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Real Estate Transactions
Cntcred for Record March 10, 1909,
from 10:30 n. m. to A p. m.
Vera A ilnlpv u aft) to Dank nf
llnwnll Mil M
TIici-mii M l.oiilron liyltVxr. .Not lev
Mnrln C Itclft mid lisli to John UiM
ctlKues Ailtl CIiko
Mnrilia It Dowjett nml hub to Jmiick
II Cistlo I)
Onlut ColleKo by Trs to Tr tit Trust
Cn Mil n
Look Hop SIiib Co Co I'l)
Entered for Record March 11, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 10:20 a. m.
Kanltiuo Olotui nul f to Josephine
Kunlliuu Olou.1 oml wf to NuninkH
ct all '. n
M A Holo ami w f to i S Mcitclnm . . n
l.oiima k uojip ar.il nmi to Ulilns Jlp
't at ,. . n
Joso Fiirtailu and v,t to Kujllujaslil
A. howls .lr and wf to I.nit rinfred
Kill Ki'O to Sou IIIiik IIS
Recorded Feb. 25. 1909.
Mary McCarty and lisli (O) to Cli.-i
V II Slcmaen; D; por 11 I r,70G. Kill
S32111. Kukunii 2ml, por It V 7010,
Kill 1737, Volcano St; both Illlo; SI,
etc. 11 315, ii 37S. Dated Keb 15.
Thos C White to James II Castle;
A I,; pes land, Knhulul, X Kona, IIu
wall: $2500. II 313, p 383. Dated
IVh 21, 1!I09.
KiiKciilii Nalnon nnd lmb S K) ct
ul to (1 Mnsuda: D; por It 1' 1175,
Kill 1H99. Kill nolle, I.aliiilnn, .Maul;
$700. II 311, p 00. Dated I'eb
1 Nomura to S Yoslilhnin; D; It 1 s
2202 nnd 7890, Ap 4, l'ulelill-liul,
Kiiln, Maul; J700. II 311, p 117.
Dated Ken 13, 1909.
lloouiantinu nnd hub to Joe Ilotoll
lio; 1); It I 218G, Kill S8S9. Ilnlliu,
Ilnimikualoa, Maul; $100. II 311, p
418. Dated i"cb 15, 1909.
Young Men's Savs Socy Mil to Ar
kcnlo Do HcRo et at; I'ar Itel; lands,
etc, Vineyard St nnd Church St extu,
etc, WulluUu. Maul; $1. II 300, p
T91. Dated Keb 23, 1909.
Recorded Feb. 26.
Uivl.i C Ilcrsstroiu to James W
IleiRntrom: 1' A, Keneral powers. 11
321. p 131. Dated Oct 30, 1908.
Linda C Ilcrsstroiu by ntly nnd hub
(J AV) to HJalmar 1 U (llatle; I); 75
100 a. I.in.l. i:. Mnnoa ltd, Honolulu;
$1000. II 311, p 419. Dated Keb 23,
lle A Dlckei to William C Cum
mttiK H nl. I'D lilt III Lots 2, 4 5
nml I'., ltlk A. and lots 8 to 12 Unci)
111k II. of Dmtneliilli Tract, l'nlnma
IIiiuoli'lu. Hit In lots 3. 4, 15, 10, 17
nml 18 of II 1 681, Knmehnmcha IV ltd,
Honolulu, lilt In It 1' 2070 nnd por
Kill 0450, Ap 4. Knllhl, Honolulu; lut
In It I 4972 nnd port Kill 1272, Ap 4.
Wnlklklwnena, elc. Honolulu; lilt In
M)f It l 4932. MollllU Honolulu; Int
III all land or William 11 dimming
Kst; Int In It l's 2C58 and 2710 nml
por 11 I 25. Ap 4. Knnka ete, I.ahalna,
Maul; $1 II 311, p 421 Dated Dec
Ilosoa nnd nf to Mlkahaln (w);, D,
Int In H I' 4181. Kill 9001; $50. D 311,
p 423. Dated June 10, 18SI.
S.im Nuuniiu to William 11 Cnsllc
Tr: AM; nitj; M A Nmianii on pc land,
btdRS, etc, Knhnokane, Honolulu; $425.
11 300. p 190. Dated Sept 17, 1907.
Western nnd Hnwn Invstnit Co I .til
to Olur 1, Horelison; Itel; lot 635 of
'lr 3300 nnd blilss. Wilder nvo, Hono
lulu; $2000. 11 30(1. p 197. , Dated Keh
Recorded Feb. 27, 1909.
Terr of Hawaii by Govr to Samuel
Knlelclkl; Kxch I); por Kill 500, cor
lleretanla nml Maunakca Sts, Hono
lulu; $1, etc. 1) 311, p 424. Dated
Jail 20, 1909.
Samuel Knlelclkl nnd wf to Terr
of Hawaii; i:xcli D; por Kill 1591,
Ap 1, Kurt St, Honolulu; $1, etc. II
311, p 424. Datt'd Jan 20, 1909.
Samuel Knlelclkl nnd wf to Mnn-
itel K Cook tr; I); por Kill CC0. eor
Mnunukcn St nnd Ilcrctunln Ave, Ho
nolulu; $393. II 311, p 427. Dated
Jan 20, 1909. ,
H U Knual to Cecil Drown tr; D;
Int In Ap 3, Kill 820, Knoawal, llono.
lulu; $5. 11311, p 428. Dated I'd)
Helurlch Ilenjes nnd wf by ntty to
Wong Ah Chuck; D; lot 1 of Kill
1150, llnuhaukol, Honolulu; Ap 11,
Mall 1, It I 2258, Ap 1, Knhawiill,
Honolulu; $100. II 315, p 383. Dat
ed Keb 18, 1909.
Cecil Drown tr to Wcstn & Hawn
Invstnit Co Ltd; A M; mtg M A
Short nml hsb on lot 3, Or 3137, bldgs
etc of Kaaihce Tract, Wilder Ave, Ho
nolulu; $1500. 11 300, p 199. Dat
ed Keb 27, 1908.
I.'mmn M Holt and hsb (C J) to
Georgo H Holt; D; lut In por It 1'
1730, Kill 729, Queen St, Honolulu;
$450. 11 311, p 429. Dated Keb 10,
t 1' 3028. Kul 2539. WnlMkl. Ho.
III. $250. Tl 315, p 380. Dated
Mai) A Knlnimiii.ill.nl In I.luda t
lletgHlmui. Itel. 75-11111 urto laud,
i: Mnnoa lid, Honolulu: $1600. II
SOB. p 200 Dated Kcti 20, 1909.
J K Kuchii nnd wf to I' Kemolip;
D. It 1
Keb 26, 1909
I'm nk Cnllami lo (lee Ynliuso; IIS;
hit In nine crop on land, Kaauhtihii.
N Kohala. Hawaii; $176. II 300, p
198. Dated Keb 20, 1909.
Recorded March 1, 1909.
William It Cnstle Tt lo K II Porter;
l'nr Itel, lots 0 to 10 Unci), ltlk 9, Kn
llhl, Honpllllu; $376. II 300, p 200.
Dated Keb 2S, 1909.
William C AcM nnd wf to K 11 I'or
ter: I): lots 0 to lo Incl. Ulk 9. Knlu
lunl Tract, Honolulu; $1000. 11 315, p
3S7. Dated Jul) fi. 1901.
K II I'orter and wf to Henry Wntet-
liouse Tr Co Ltd Tr; !) lots (1 to HM
Incl, Dlk 9. Knliilanl Trnct. Honolulu:
$375. 11 315, p 388. Dnlcir Keb. 20,
Kiuialokti and hsb to John Kmnie
luth; D; Ap 2 nf It 1 1001. Kill 10425.
Hceln. Koolnupoko, Ojhtr $200. I13I".
p 389, Dated Keb 10, 1909.
Kaualohu (w) to John Cmnieititli;
Assmt Ilcnt, nil rents on lands Heeln
Koolnupoko, Uahu; $1. 1) 321, p 132
Dated Jan 1, 1909.
Theiesa M Loulsson by ntty to Cur
tic- & Cooke Ltd; A M; lute, 11 W Hull
on 1 -27 Int In Ap 5, 11 I 2243, bids.
etc., Mnkiilin, Walanne, Cblin; tut In
Kst of It W Holt deed; lots 3. 4, 5, 12.
13 am! 14, 111k 3, bldgs, etc. Knliilanl
Trnct; mtg not of W I. Austin In l.lli
1D9, fol 353, Honolulu; $2013.10. II
300, p 201. Dated June 25, I90S.
Cnstlo & Cooke, Ltd to It W Holt
and ns Tr; Itel; 1-27 Int In Ap 5, It
I 2213, bldgs, etc, Mnkahn, Wnlaune
Onhti; Int In Kst of It W Holt, 'deed;
lots 2 to 8 Incl nml 12 to 10 bid, Dlk 3,
Knli'lnnl Tract, Honolulu; MtT:, nolo of
W L Austin In Lib 199, fol 353. Honolu
lu, $3000. II 300, p 202. Dated Keb 27,
Mnithn lloiger by atly lo Cartlo &
Cooke, Ltd; A M; mtg C J Holt on
1-27 lilt III Ap 3; It 1 2213 nml 30 n.
land; Int In Ahiipiinn of Mh1siiIi:i, Will
mine, Oaliu; lut in est or 11 It Holt,
deed; 1-9 Int In leasehold, Mak.iha,,ete
Wnlanae, Onhu; 1-9 Int In Km of O I.
Holt, deed; $1308.00. II .10.;. p :u3.
Dated June 21, 1908.
Recorded March 1, 1009.
Castle & Cooke Ltd to Christopher
J Holt; Itel; 1-27 Int In Ap 5. It l
2243 nnd 30 acres land; Int In Aim
puaa of Makaha; Int In Kst of It W
Holt, deed; 1-9 Int In leasehold; nil
Makaha, Wnlanae, Oaliu; 1-9 lut in
Kst of O J Holt, deed; $1000. II 300,
p 204. Dated Keb 27, 1909.
Hiiknlau I'lutn Co to William 0
Irwin et nl; general powers. II 321,
p 133. Dated Jan 21, 1909.
J A Cummins to II Ciishinan Car-
in lr. pimit Tr liuali-r under Tr
I) In II Hi.',, p .s i ,lj, p i;i;.
Dated Kelt 27, 1909.
William O Ac III l Ir.iuid mtgefl
lo William It LWIe lr; Tore Altill:
or Ap".', It I' 2509. Kill 0150, Knllt
Imil Unci, Honolulu. II 300, p 201
Dated Mar 1, 1909.
Wong Kwul lo Wong Tin Look;
D; It I" :ij)7, 3 pes land nnd Icmsm
liolil. Nmini'ui Si, leasehold Kurt Rl;
all Honolulu; $, etc. II 315, p 392,
D'llcd I'eb 20, 1909.
(Senium Savs & Loan Socy by.nlly
et ul to Kuplokiul Kst 'Ltd; l'nr Itel;
Ap 1 1 of Kul 7716 nnd rents on same,
Knloko, N Kona, llnwnll; $1. II 30C,
p 8(fs. Dated Keb 10, 1909.
Knplnlnul Kst Ltd lo John A Mn
gulre; D; Ap 11 of Kul 7715, Kn
loko, N Komi. Hawaii; $12,000, It
315, p 391. Dated Keb 10, 1909.
John A Magulre nnd wf lo Hank
of llnwnll Ltd: M. Ap 11. Kul 7715,
pes land, leaseholds. llo stock, bldgs,
etc, Knloko, etc, N Kona llnwnll; 21
shares htdgs et(, In hul land, Holun
loa, N Komi, Hawaii. $12,000. 11 300,
p 210. Dated Keb 25, 1909.
8 Alunl Id ti to W K Wilson; 1);
Int In 1-16 Int In It 1 (Or) 771, Kan
pakalua, llamnl.ua, Mnitl; $12.50. It
315, p 391. Dated Keb 13, 1909.
Recorded March 2.
Lam Say Knn 'o Linn Chen liny; P
A; general powers II 321; p 137. Dat
ed Aug 29,. 1908.
C llossu liy ntti li Kllen Dwlght
(widow); D: It P 3f90. Kul 11018,
bldg. etc. Mnklkl Hi. Honolulu; $45uo.
D 3I5, p 390. Dn'ed Mar I. 1909.
Kllen Dulghl iwidow) to C llossc;
M; Il,P 3090. Kul HOIS, Maklkl St,
Honolulu; $20On. II 300, p 215. Dated
Mar l. 1909.
Kllen It Cl.uk and hsb (A .K) lo
Mull Mils & Loan Snev of Hawaii,
Ltd; dilll Cligi-. Iota 2, 3 nnd I, blk
27. Kalmukl Trail. Honolulu; $300.
II 300, p 210. Dated Mai 2, 1909.
RecordcJ March 3.
Kllen K Simpson urn! hsb (T A) In
Al Simpson; 1), o.'O si ft laud Amipunl
St, Honolulu: Jin. II 315, p 397. Dat
ed Aug 22. 19'is
Mnmnucn Ik) m S K N'ninon; D;
p 3 of It P i ll'i or 0S9!. Kill 8580;
$1, elc IV 315. i !!.S Dated Mincli 5,
flon P Tlilelen 'n Kredeilck K Stcoro
Tr: D; lots 9 to 10 Inclusive, ink 39,
Kiilmukl Tract. Honolulu; $10i)0 and
mtg $1000, D 315. p 399. Dated Kob
All Nco lo Chin Moe; DS; lut In
leasehold, bldgs, water-tanks, etc., Ko
iiiihou, N. Kona. Hawaii- $100. D 321,
p 139. Dated Keb 2, 1909.
K-.t of Hemic . P Illshnp by Tl to
Wnlohlnu Agrc-tl mil Grazing Co; L;
por ltr 0S51 Kul 9971. Ap 30. Knpun,
S. Kona Him ill: It Ps 4475 nml 0887,
Ap 111; 7171, Ap 12, CS80. Ap 17 nnd 1 2
int In Gr 1852 no I pes land Pnklnl K.
ACCUSE MANUEL -OF
Wundenberg Burglary Is
Exposed In AfHdavitf
David Mnnucl nppenred In court
Wednesday In answer to two separate
tJiniRcs of nssnult upon S. Kuliina, n
Hawaiian. Tlio llrst charge was that
In trying to nrrcst Knluna without n
wnrrnnt he did assault the aforesaid
Kiilunn. The second chargo was for
an tiKsault on the same man because
(lie latlci had sworn to nn affldnvlt
chaiging Manuel with having burg
larized Wiindcnborg's house on Pa
elite Heights. Kaluna asked that
Manuel ha placed under bond to keep
the peace. Judge Andrnde Informed
Sheriff Jnrrett that n Jury trial had
licc'if demanded by Manuel, and there
fore committed the accused to the
Circuit Court nnd fixed his bond at
$250. Mnnuel Is tho man alleged to
liao worked up the "case" on which
C. W. Dootli was Indicted. The affl
dnvlt referred to nnd which wns pro
duced hy Attorney Clem Quinn reads
Honolulu, March 1, 1909.
I, Kaluna (k), of Honolulu, Coun
ty of-Oaliu, do hereby assert and
testify to n certain robbery that I
saw with my own eyes committed by
David Manuel, as follows:
Oil a ceitnln night after the death
of Kred. Wundenberg, who lived on
Pacific Heights, David Manuel camo
pud got me, accompanied by two
Portuguese boys, nbout 10 o'clock nt
night, and told me to accompany
them to nsslst In bringing some
thing that wns too .heavy for them
lo bring. .Wo wont up tho Pauoa
horseshoe, road a little above the
bchool house to where tho rond hud
K'cn stiewn wl(h mnemlnm. Dnvld
Manuel said that they could not go
nny further ns the wheel snnk In the
On arriving there I saw nn Iron
-f-t-'t--f 4-l- -t-
etc., Kail, Hawaii; 20 yrs at $1000 per
yr. II 313, p 385. Dated Keb 20, 1909.
C All Neo to J Alfred Magoon; A Mj
mtg K. Nalnon nml hsb ct nl on por
It P 1175, Kul 0499, Kalnehe, Lnhalna.
Mnul; $270. 11 300, p 218. Dated Juno
J Alficil Magoon to Kugenln Nalnoa
el nl; Itel; por It P 1175. Kill 0499,
Kalnehe. I.ahalna, Mnul; $250. II 300,
bank safe nn n wlieelbariow, and
(liey (lien lommeiired lo He the front
part of the wheelbarrow with a ropo
that they brought, and Daxld Mnntiol
told tnc to lift the wheelbarrow by
the hnndles while they three pulled
the rope until we got to the house.
We- then lifted It lulo David Man
uel's and his wife Julln's room, David
Manuel told me lo go and get a
crowbar outside, which 1 did, to
break the safe open with whllo he
hammered with u chisel. When It
was broken open David Manuel said
he thought there wns money In it,
but when we looked Into It thero
were only books nnd dirt In the parti
tion between the irons.
We then went to bod leaving tho
safo and books standing In David
Manuel's room until the afternoon
or the next day when I camo home
after 4 o'clock ,and a hole that had
been dug deep was all burled in, nnd
those (wo Portuguese boys, who ns
islstcd him in the stealjng of the
Bafo were also there. They Bald they
had burled the sate In the holo nnd
planted n bannnn on top of It. In
the first part of Janutify just past,
David Manuel told me to. dig another
hole In another part of tho yard, ami
for me to dig up the first hole that
they had buried the safe, which I
did; and when he came home nt 6
o'clock we pulled the safe until It
got up and then rolled It down Into
the hole that I had dug mud burled
It again, nnd David Mnnuel then told
tuc to plant Bwcet potatoes on top of
On the 22d day of Kebruary Just
past, David Manuel came home to
our house nnd said, "Have you heard
the news?" I said, "No." He then
laid, "Tho iron safe of Wundenberg
that we stole, has been found out."
Ho then said to chop up the wheel
barrow that we brought up the safo
In ,for firewood and do It quickly,
which I did. He then asked me If
I did not feel very distressed over
this. I did not answer. At 12 o'clock
that night I heard voices talking
outside. I went to the window and
looked out and saw David Manuel
nnd those two Portuguese who stole
the safe rolling the safo over and
tying it with ropes for to vack it
uway, which they did, nnd I do hot
know where they took it to,
I heard a conversation between Da
vlil Manuel nnd his wife Julia. Ha
said It was not goad to bury the safo
In the dirt, It was better to put It In
Sam Ladd's cesspool, or olsc In a
pond of water. Julia said It was not
good to put It in Uidd's cesspool, they
might come with long Irons nnd pone
nt It nnd bo round. Wundcnbeig's
Looks that David Manuel and those
Portuguese boys stole, amounting to
nbout two hundred, big nnd small,
were nil luiriit up hy Julia, David's
Mile. Hlic took (inn whole day from
morning until nltrrnooti burning
Itliem In December Inst.
David Mnnuel told mo Hint If I re-
en led nil this which f am tiowstut
In),', he would not know what lie
would do to me. These threats lie
often repented to me.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 1st day of March, A. I). 1903.
WM. L. PUTHHSON,
Notary Public, 1st Judicial Circuit,
L. ft. Iladcrmacher, hose remains
were loiind out nt Diamond Head on
Wednesday last, after being missing
for over a year, appears lo have had
u conddernhlo sum of money. It, ap
pears that a letter nddrcssed to Iladcr
macher reached tho Honolulu poslof
flee from Kwa. It wob written hy
Itadermachcr to himself nnd was sent
to the dead-letter office. '
The letter Is said to liavn contained
a letter of credit for $1000, ngnliiHt
which only n few hundred dollars had
Deputy Sheriff Itoso went out to
Diamond Head )vstcrday to search for
tho missing skull, but wus unsuccess
ful In his quest. Tho bones wcro gath
ered 'together nnd burled on the spot
they wcro found and the grave marked
ngnlnst proprietary or advertised med
icines, as tho salo of these remedies
decrease their incomes.
Howover this mny be, the general
public Is, benefited by tho use of biicIi
standard" medicines us Lydla H. Plnk
lram'3 Vegotnblo Compound, with Its
wonderful record of thousands of cut on
among suffering women. We nre cry
glad lo say, however, that thero nro
hundreds of honest physlclnns In tho
United Stntcs who do not hesitate to
ic'commcnd such medicines.
DULLETIN ADS PAY
TO CURE A COLD Id ONE DAY
Take) Laxative Dromo Quinine)
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
FARIS MEDICINE CO, St. LouU, V. S. A.
"i.i i ' - ' "
rfiliiiWtdiMMiMir -j-Y'-j-fg jiTjfuH ., Tjfufliijiijfufi .iTjfufif ljffj
of tlie "MAYFLOWER" QUAHT2 & CHANNEL MINING CO. is Mr.
William George Motley, whose photograph is presented herewith and a
full sketch of whose personal cai-eer and professional record may be
lead in the February issue of THE SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN MAGA
ZINE. Mr. Motley is the senior member of the firm of W. G. Motley '&
Cp the well-known mining engineers, at 32 Broadway, New York
City. He has had over thirty years' experience in mining onerations in
various carts of the world, and his career proves a notable ILLUSTRA
TION OF THE TRUTH OF THE OLD SAYING that "nothing succeeds
like success." In 1887, when on a visit to Europe, where reports of his
mining successes had already preceded him. he was maffe a Fellow.of the
Royal Geographical Society of England and of the Rovnl Colonial Insti
tute. English financiers engaged him to conduct mining examinations
for them .'n Central Canada, and upon his recommendation the celebrat
ed Regina Mine was purchased.
The triumph he scored in this great mine was commented uoon lav
sihly, at the time, in the Canadian Government Mining Reports.
Mr. Motley holds the Royal Camdian Humane Society's medal for
chivalrio services in rescuing, at ths imminent risk of his own life, eight
miners from a burning mine, near the Regina. All of the cifht men were
laken out unconscious, a ninth dvine in Mr. Motley's amis.
In a recent interview, referring to tho progress of his latest enter,
lscs, he said in put: "I am not exsctlv a promoter, as the term has
vome to be understood. The present-day promoter is altogether too nrone
jo stick to a proposition onlv in fair weather, abandoning it and allow-me-
the stockholders to shift for themselves as soon as the first trifling ob
stacle makes its opnearance. That mav go for promotion, but it doesn't
meet my idea of iood business policy. When I take up an enterorise, no
matter what it irl expect to have to confront occasional difficulties, and
I believe in sticking to the job until I have overcome the very last one of
"Good mining propositions are to be had in all parts of the country,
but the promoter who sits in his City office year in and year out isn't
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, Hilo.
likely to find many of them. The propositions that are brought to you
are seldom worth considering. If jou want a first-class enterprise to pro
mote and develop, you generally have go after it. No, I wouldn't want
you to nut me down as a'promoter,' I'm a practical mining man, and most
of my life I have been employed by caoitalists, simply as the means of in
creasing their wealth, through the operation of properties purchased under
my recommendations. Of late I have concluded to look after the operat
ing end of the business myself, as well as the professional end, and I am
perfectly satisfied with my success so far. I am building vr an enormous
list of correspondents, and just as soon as they learn to understand this
new method of mining promotion. I think we -will be able to demonstrate
through practical results obtained, that my idea is the right idea. It's
the system that will bring real dividend checks even though it doesn't
make f.i mueh noise as some of the ethers."
Mr. Motley was asked for an expression of his opinion concerning
thi Mayflower mine, in the Nevada Citv district, in California, and he
"The Mayflower has already c record to its credit that has not been
eaualled by a good many of the leadfn" gold-pioducing mines in the
West that have been naying dividends-for ye in. When vou ppen a great
gold mine it is usually necessary to expend a modest fortune in getting
ready for your futur6 production, but the Mayflower has oaid its own
way from the beginning, and in addition to that, has equipped itself, as
you raieht say, with one of the flneit millin" nl&nts on the Coist. As
an investment proposition it is eas'lv superior to an of the big gold
properties that have been brought'to the public's attention within tho
past twelve or fifteen years. .It will shortly be realized, I am sure, that
the Mayflower is to California what Corastock was to Nevada years ago.
and what the Homestake is today ,ti South Dakota. The dividends paid
by the Mayflower mine, naturally, w'll go to those who recomire this fact
in time to secure the stock while it offers a basis for a solendid invest
ment: and to this end I can assure you. seriously, that there is no time
like tho present."
nOW Fiscal Agent, Mayflower Mine,
MJ VJ V ? 9 ofrice Suite 5 1 & 25 Alexander Young Big.
Call, Write or Phone for Prospectus
Buy It Now
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