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EVBSINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It.. MONDAY, MAY 23, 1910.
Contestants' Totals Increased By
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Plans Made For Coolest Close
FEAR OF BEINO FLANKED BY BIO RESERVE VOTE MAKES THE
PACE OF VOTE-QET TERS A FAST ONE.
RULES FOR CONTEST CLOSE.
Klght o'clock will mark the cloo of the contest Saturday night.
All contestants and friends In the offlce nt that time will be wait
ed upon. The Judges will then take the ballot box for the final
count. Immediately the box Is opened, the contestants n'ml their
'friends may witness the last count of the ballots. The winners
will be announced after the close of the count. All contestants
lire requested to bring someone with them to watch their Inter
ests while the count Is being ta ken. llemember, S o'clock Is the
contest close. .
The stretch In the popularity race
course was readied tins morning.
when the 11 mil week In the Yosem-Ite-Cnllfonila
Contest began, and
every active candidate, their enm
palgu managers and their nearest
friends put Into play ull the plans
they have been formulating for the
Spirited indeed will be the finish,
If the demand for ballots today and
last Saturday, both by mall and
through personal requests, can be
taken an Indication of the pace tuaf
will be set by the vote getters dur
ing the week.
Leaders Fear Reserve Vote.
The danger of being strategically
tl.mked by a big reservo olo Is be
ing considered by every candidate,
and there Is not a contestant who Is
ahead, according to the scores given
today, that does not realize that she
must strengthen her voto total be
fore the week ends.
Thera are other candidates, as low
as fifth and sixth plico In the score,
who seem assured that they will be
nblo to get enough voles for the, final
count to give them the trips,
The contest In District 3 presents
nn enigma for .the guesser.. The
highest vote total shown for that dis
trict Is less than twenty thousand
, wles. This Is no more than is given
with one five-year dally subscription
At li'iiBthreo candidates In that dis
trict have assured the contest man
nger that they are going to secure
the District 3 trip. Humors of many
thousand votes In reserve or sub
scriptions with which to secure
many thousand votes nre constantly
heard In the contest department.
Still, no one connected with the con
test department has" the faintest
knowledge of who has the best
chance to win that trip.
The ballot-box was literally
swamped with ballots as a result of
tho week end voting. Hundreds of
thousands of ballots were brought In
during the day, and the box was as
full when It came time to count as
It was nttbe beginning of the con
test nfter two or three days' voting.
Tho result of the count showed
that two of the leading contestants
hnd strengthened their positions In
fiicli a way as to seem ainuMt Invul
nerable. Sirs. Moore, chaperone can
didate, hnd one hundred and one
thousand votes cast for her, and n
few hundred besides. This big block
nf voles advanced her total to three
hundred and fifty thousand. Miss
1'angelinan, nn nlmost constant lead
er In District 1, deposited nearly
tlfty thousand votes and advanced lo
wlftiln seven thousand votes of the
three hundred thousand mark.
Out the voting wus not confined to
tliesa two leaders. Two other lead
ing chaperone contestants cast large
blocks, Mrs. Ileggs held second pluce,
which shu regained as a result of
the Friday voting, und Mrs. Siemson
lidded to her total at third.
No More Paper Votes.
The vote coupons in the paper
were printeu ror tne last time on
Saturday, and the only way now to
Help the candidates is by subscrlp
tlon payments. Friends who have
been aiding candidates by clipping
and collecting these ballots can turn
their attention to artillery action nnd
go nfter the big vote blocks that are
given with subscription clubs.
Premium Offer Renewed.
The premium offer was renewed
this morning for the last time. It
lifts been changed In no way sluce
mado three weeks ago. it allows
five thousand extra votes for every
rnnaiaate who turns In. or has turn
ed In for her, three new or three old
' dally subscriptions. Two thousand
. five hundred votes aro given for
every club of five new or five old
Hawaii, Maui and Kauai,
All contestants and their friends
living in Hawaii, Maui and Kauai
districts and depending on the malls
to bring their subscriptions to the
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n ofllcc, MUST be sure
and have all their votes and sub
scriptions in the ballot-box before 8
o'clock p. m. SATUItDAY, MAY 28,
ns that is the time set for the final
count of the votes, and any votes
coming In after that date will not
be counted aud allowed. Those send
liig.ln votes or subscriptions should
niCOISTKU same before mailing, as
(here, will be less chance for them
to be lost In the malls, and If any
CTBS$W ir " ' "
final tuiiiit Is made, they will not be
couuieii or nuuweu, as me count on
Saturday evening will be final. The
above rule win also upply to uiB -
trlct No. l
Important Notice to Subscribers.
You are entitled to votes for every
subscription payment to the Bui-
let! n you haTe made since March
7. Hunt up your receipt, and send
them to the Contest Department, if
you have not voted. The receipts
will be returned to you. You vote
for two contestants a trip and a
chaperone candidate. Name the two
for whom vou wish to vote when
sending in subscription payments or S " tffiCi, n?.,v vn S'5??
8.Mr?1lll?ythi5At.lrtthJ" Ibella Koomoa, Keauhou. ...North Kona a'ffilS
Is the time set for the close of the JJ" Ann.ie ; Keauhou 3,104
contest and all votes nnd subscrlp- " " JM 5ll s." 2'S
tlons MUST be in the DulletU Jfe? SJSIK1. eU,hU HIS
ofllce on that date. Tho closlmr hour JJ ! ?,ary Nail.lma ahala ?.P89
will be at 8 o'clock d. m. on May'
28th, and those depending on
malls to brine their subscrlntlons to
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n offlce MUST have
votes and subscriptions in the
ballot box before 8 o'clock
p. m. on
that date. The Judges for the final
count of the ballots will be chosen
from prominent business men of Ho-
noluluj their names will be announc
ed In due season. Each contestant
will have the right to select a friend i
or relative to represent her and look
after her Interests' during the final
count of the ballots.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tho County
District No. 3 Includes tho Counties
of Molokai and Maul.
There aro five trlns that nre nnnor-
uonea as ioiiows:
Two to District No. 1.
Ono to District No. 2.
One to District No. 3.
Tho fifth trip goes to tho matron
who secures the most votes for chap
erone. Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candldates-at-large.
VOTE8 ON 8U08CRIPTION8 AL
LOWED A3 FOLLOW8
nn. mmik'. ...v..' i.. . ...
Evening Uulle tin-Old sub.t,,e k'"BUe SrPu,1,ls. ani k""9 ta"
scrlption, 100 votes; new subscrlp- scorl"B wns Aone hy u cou"le of the
Hon, 12S votes. I teams. Tho Fort linger combination
Throe months' subscription to the nil(1 onl' on8 run '" u" tUB nlnth'
Evening Dulletln Old sub-iwhen tn6y BOt solng In merry-go-scrlptlon,
350 votes; new subscription round style and piled up It runs.
450 votes. The Hospital Co. had, however, mnde
Six -months' subscription to the,"" ,ess tllan 19 runs during their
Evening Dulletln Old sub-
scrlption, 800 votes; new subscription,
One- year's subscription to tho
Evening Ilulletl n Old sub-
scrlption, 2000 votes; new subBcrlp-!one,
tlon. 2500 votes.
Flvo years' subscription to the
Evening Dulletl n Old sub
scription, 15,000 votes; new subscrlp-1
Weekly Dulletln Old subscrlo-
tlon, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
Flvo years' subscription to the
Weekly Dulletln Old subscrip
tion, 1260 votes; now subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Thrco months' subscription to the
Evening Dulletln, $2.90.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Dulletln. H.00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening -tultetln, $8.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Bvenfcng Dulletln, $40.00.
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Dulletln, Ji.oo.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin, J5.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T, H.
Thoro will bo an eclipse of the moon
early this evening, the moon entering
nnd leaving the shasow before S
o'clock. The Walalae, Palolo and Kai-
mukl Improvement Club Is out with
nn Invitation" to the city generally to
visit their pavilion at Kalmukl, where
a musical program will be rendered
and a noen throuch tlin climn 11) 11.11
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STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mrs. W. C. Moore Honolulu 32,172
Mm. Bcrrs, Puunene Hospital ....Puunene 236,656
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo 229,098
Mr. Henry Blake ...-. Koloa 14,129
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahalna 6,841
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola 3,345
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa 3,125
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angle Pangellnan, Palm Cafe . .
Miss Mary McCabe, Kaplolanl Ma-
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane.
Mi" My Johnson, Johnson Sana-
fe Si?!? J?"
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5 " l': Kopa, 01 5 Prosp eet, St...
JJ ! Kfi,
" Mart Dkl
IBM HM3Lif " ' "A '
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akanm
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E " ?ae-en, Scbarratt. Kamuela.
S ! S7 ?ff
""" lttBry irnnawa
?os5 K- NaUma
Mi.. Anni. AI
... UV ' V
IIISTHII'T Nn 1
MJ g Cockett '
Mi. InnnMI. m,,..
Miss Marv Marciel ....'."" "voLvniL" Unit
Miss Snholtj. flironlf f!ni4 " "w
Miss Alice Ai !!!!!."Llhue 4B59
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai' ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 4215
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4 114
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MILITARY l;Vili IIIES
Scores in One Game Shatters
Win Again Leilehua Game Is
Stopped by Rain.
On Saturday afternoon the Mill-
nary leaguo continued us series ai
nine Innings, so there wus no chance
( the Hugerltes winning.
The other game wus between the
Marines and Shatters, und It wns
more like baseball than was the first
which .reminded the spectators
of a cricket match. Tho score waB
7 to 2, and the halt-wets got theirs
from the Shatters euro enough.
On Sunday the Fifth Cavalry went
I up against the N. G. H. nine at I-ct
Jehua. but at tho end nr llm third
inning rain put a stop to the game,
The score was then tied, each team
nuvlug two runs euch.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Munager Wolf, of Spalding's, San
Francisco, has cabled E. O. Hall &
Sou respecting the chances of the
members of the Rugby football team
that Is going to Australia, having a
gnme of baseball In Honolulu. All
effort will be mado to put the J. A.
Cb, up ngalnst the tourists, and the
'game will probably be played at tho
Athletic I'ark on Friday .afternoon
Hugh Mcintosh and hU'.bunch of
sports will be comlng't.hrougli ou
the Marnma next month, und Tommy
Hums' manager, Keating, has evi
dently cabled the bunch about Ho
nolulu. It Is to be hoped that some
of the sporting managers of tho city
get in and nrruuge It co that we can
at least see tho films of the llurns
Jack McFudden Is figuring on ar
ranging some boxing contests in the
"ear ruture, and one star event will
piobably be n match between I'at
Cornyu and either McCollough or
Nelson. Coinyn will be In Honolulu
next week, nccordlng to a cable that
he sent Dick Sullivan 011 Saturday.
The standings of the teams in thel
uauu ivuguu are as ioiiows; .,
J.sAjfcite.'rfi:j ijraau.irj.'' i?',tnt .. ", ,- . j :,ii.i. - .; ; , , . .t . -,. ir ,m.tkimm. - ..Ui,sjuv:'i n
. ,. ft. J. 1. JBHi .. . li A. . iJ, ' .' V '. i .'." ' . I
U u S1E
Hoc u u 3,238
w n U 2
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Hilo V.... 3fi3Z
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Lahaina 19 467
- :ti... A'oSS
John O'Hourke Is getting hi horse,
Webber, Into the best possible form
for the Maul races on July Fourth,
and the veteran horseman considers
Hint tho nag will prove to be a better
horse thnn Major Collier when they
meet on the Kahulul track.
Polo pcinleB are being sought for
all over tho Islands, nnd a butch of
eight that have been In the game be
fore are at present nt the Moatiulua
stables, whoro they will, be trained
for the opening of the senson, which
Is set for early In Juno.
Decolto is leading In the Y. M.
C. A. handball tournament, and ho
has won nil, four games thut he has
On (he Knmehnmeba grounds last
Saturday tho Kams defeated tho
High School by a score of 14 to 4.
, WANTS ACCOUNTING.
Tho caso of May T, Herbert versus
William Henry and others for an ac
counting for tho money obtnlned'by
Henry for tho salo of certain Ruining
Block has bcon placed on tho calendar
of tho Supreme Cou'rt on appeal by
tho defendantH from the order of tho
circuit court overruling their demur
rers. Tho plaintiff, as shown by tho com.
plaint filed, gave the defendant Henry
a large number of shares of an Ari
zona mining company for salo before
leaving Honolulu for Sydney and au
thorized him to sell tho stock for $2,
00Q, .Tho stock wbb sold as agreed
Hit ho jilulntlff never received tho
raonoy, fdr the saloUlt being spent In
paying alleged hndfbted'ness without
her knowledgo or consent sho claims.
Judge, Itoblnwiu overruled tho do
muircrs presented by tho defendants
In the Hirtt. but limit), their niment nl.
lowed the -aso (o',go to the Supremo
woun in order to seltlo tho litigation
as soon as possible.
It Is reported that the path of Nn
kookou. In chnrgo of the prohibition
campaign here, has not been easy.
Ills first convert wns.ncprescntatlvo
Kcalawa, who promptly gavo up when
ho found that ho was hurting himself
politically, 1'etltlotiH aro being cir
culated for piohlbltlou among tho Ha
wnllans, but not being gvnernlly Bltfii
od us It is feared they may be used
for Federal prohibitum If the Woolley
forces full In thu coming election.
Illnnk booku of nil KnrfR lmlenra
ele. manufactured bv llm 11 11 1 1 n 1 I n
1'ub Ishlug Company
jVTANY a "fool" law has been spread'upon
LVJ- the statute books which, according to
the morning paper, is prima facie evidence that
public opinion is behind it. Upon attempted
enforcement, however, and a realization of the
full meaning of the "law," public opinion has
revolted so emphatically 'as to make the "law"
a dead letter.
Now, one of the weaknesses of the pro
hibition argument is that a lot of good, well
meaning people who haven't much faith in it
want to try it and see if it will-work. But,
they .fail to realize the injustice of making
such a wild experiment at the cost of property
and interests or other equally good and well
meaning citizens. Like the boy with the gun,
they'll say afterward "I -didn't know it was
April 29, 1910.
Alexander A. Hobson and wlfo 1.1
IJIshop Trust COj, Ltd.; M; lot 73,
7usj sq. rt. land, bldgs.. rents, etc..
Maklkl St.. Honolulu. Oahii! 12000 11.
334, p. 43. April 19, 1910.
J. It. Hornbergor"Tr to Manuel
Do Costa: D: int. In lot M l.iir 11
Kaplolanl Tract. Honolulu, flnhii-'
120. D. 237, p. 400 April 29. 1910.
.Marietta uougluss to Herbert D.
Slocks: Ilcl: 14 lot 13b. Wnlnliin.
Oahii; 14000. D. 333, p. 129. April 13,
Herbert I). Stocks and wf liS Fimt
American Savings mid Trust Co. of
Hawaii. Ltd.: M: nor. L. P. 4fiftn
rentB, etc., Walalun. .Oohuj $2700. B.
a, p. jsu. April 8, 1910.
W, M, Jllnton and wf to Annlo 1
ltcgo; D; lot 8 and por, lot 9, blk.
A, Minton Tract. Honolulu, Ooliu:
1C00. D. 327, p. 407. April 29, 1910.
Hank of Hawaii. Ltd.. to Albert Wn.
terhouso et ai; Hoi; pes. lund and nitu.
noto or Wlug Blng Chong Co., Kallhl
Valloy, etc., Honolulu, Oahu; 15000.
11. 333, p. 133. April 29, 1910.
w. II. O. Arnemann n f!. Ilnlin-
Agmt; In ro Balo of kon lumber, etc.,
on Homestead lots 1 2 and 3, Allkn,
Kona, Hawaii; $1. B. 331. p. 331.
May 1, 190C.
May 2, 1910.
W. P. Hoopae to William J. Coelho;
L; 29100 A. land, Nlolopa, Honolulu,
Oahu; 10 yrs, nt 110 per yr. B. 32:1,
p. 438. April 29, 1910.
Kaea (w) to William Honry; D;
lot 10, blk. of subdlv, lots 11, 12 nnd
13, Or. 3504, Middle lid., Honolulu,
Oahu; $1 and Mlg. 1376. B. 335, p.
70. April 30, 1910.
Western and Hawaiian Investment
Co., Ltd., to C. W. Booth; Par. Rel;
1 75-100 A. of H. P. 302. Kul. 273, Nil
uanu Valloy, Honolulu. Oahu: St. B.
333, p. 142. May 2. 1910. I
C. W. Booth and wf to Else O, S, S.
Wnldron; D; 1 75-106 A. of It. P. 302,
Kul, 273 Nuuanu Valley, Honolulu,
Oahu; $1250. 1). 333, p. 72. May 2,
L. Klrkpatrlck lo A. H. Dandero;
D; Vi Int. In lots 11, 12, 21, 22, 28, 29,
30. 31. 32. 40, II, 40, 51, B5, 57, 68 69
and CO. Fulalae Heights, Honolulu,
Oahu; 1, etc. 11. 335, p. 73. April 9,
Soiltlla M I.nrk fwdlnwl in Prnnpnn
M, Coon; D; 33,330 sq. ft. land, bldgs.,.
rents, etc. Emma St., Honolulu.
Oahu; II, etc B. 335, p. 74. April
John Do Mcllo to Mrs. Yoslda Lisa;
L; lot 4, 7 A. land, Kcokea St., S.
Kona. Hawaii; 12 yru. at 35 per yr,
II, 323", p. 439. March 5. 1909.
A. N. Hayselden to Peter Kaha
kaulla; Bel; Ap. 3. IL P. 2709, Kill.
4878, Maklla, Lahaina, Maul; 50. 11.
333. p. 139. March 1, 1910.
Joso N, Ancelmo to John A. Rels
et ai; Kel; premises, Awa, Watluku
Maul; 700. B. 333, p. 139. April 29,
John A. dos Ilels nnd wf to Young
Men's Savings Society, Ltd; M; pc.
land, bldgs., etc., Market St., Kntn.,
Walluku, Maul; 11000. D. 333, p. 140,
April 29, 1910.
Haiku Sug. Co. ef nls., by Jdge., io
united Slates of America; Jdgmt;
ad damnum $100, condemning 3 4-10
A. land,, rts. of way, water and fish
Ing rights, etc., for U. S. Lighthouse
Station, etc, Pauyala PL, Hamakulr,
Maul; 1100. D. 331, p. 342. Match
Martha Dergcr to Hilda Monell; P.
A; special power. D. 330, p. 1. Aur,
May 3, 191C
Church of Jesus Christ. Latter Day
Saints, by Atty. of Tr., to William D.
Baldwin; L; 672-1000 A. land, Lite,
Kaoiauioa, uanu; zo yrs. at 120 per r
D'. 323, p. 441. April 19. 1910.
Elizabeth D'. Davis and hsb (J, II.)
to Protestant Episcopal Church lu IIu
wallan Islands; D; lot 4, blk. 10, Kal
mukl Tract, Honolulu. Oahu; 1576 II
235, p. 75. April 8, 1910.
John Abadlo and wf to Tr. of Eu
genie H Emerson; Addl. dig. and
Extn. Mtg., 44-100 A of H P. 573.1
Kul. 700, tents, etc.. King 8t Hone,
lulu, Oahu; J2000. B, 334, p. 51 Apr I
Sara A. Makeo. bv Tr. in inn m
Kea; Ucl; n. P. 7674, Kul. 2109. and
pc. land, Kallhl, etc., Honolulu. Oahu;
Iota 13 and 14. blk. P, Kaplolanl Park
Addn., Honolulu, Oahii; Ap. 2, it. V.
1478 and Ap. 4, n. P, 631, Knwalloa,
etc.. Watnlua, Oohu; 11200. B. 334,
p. 64. Mav 2. 1910.
Sara A. 'Makce, by Tr., to Jno. M,
Kea; llel;H. p. 7574. Kul. 2109, and
pc, land, Kallhl, etc., Honolulu Oohu;
lots 13 and 14, blk. F, Kaplolanl Park
Addn., Honolulu, Oahu; Ap. 2, II,. P,
1478, and Ap, 4, Hi Vf. 031, Kawalloa.
etc., Wallua, Oohu; 500. B. 334, p.
54. May 2. 1910.
Edward K. Kea and wf et al to
i-oristlne NllssonjD; fiOOOaqMtSof
Or. 3504, Quarry St., Honolulu, Oahu;
$1800. n. 335, p, 79. April 30, 1910.
Chrlsttho NilsBon to Tr. of Sara A.
Makeo; Mf 6000 sq. ft. of Or. 3564.
rents, etc,, Quarry S.t.', Honolulu.
Oahu; 1400. B. 334, p. 55. May 2.
1910. , t
Elizabeth M. I. Ornu to H. Hackfeld
& Co., Ltd; P, A; general powers. B.
336, p. 2. April 7. 1910.
Dora.Orau (widow) to II. Hackfeld
& Co., Ltd; P. A; general powers. B.
336, p. 6. April 8, 1910.
Western and: Hawaiian Investment
Co., Ltd.-. to Kelllalpaha; D; Int. in
lot 135, blk. 2. Puiinut Tract, Honolulu,
Oahu; 50. B. 335, p. 80. May 2,
Knllma (w) to Chow Quan; L; It.
P. 4538, Kul. 1756, and bldg., Kunawal,
Honolulu, Oahu;, 10 yrs. at 50 per
yr. I). 323, p: 443. March 30, 1910.
Anhlq E. Dickey and hsb (C. II.) to
811a B.fPratt; t; 21390 sq. ft. land,
bldgs., etc., Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu,
Oahu;' $40,00. D, 335 p. 81. April 30,
Slla B. Pratt and hub (J. a.) to An
nie E. 'Dlckpyj M; 2,1390 sq. ft. land,
Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu, Oahu; 11000.
D. 334, p. 68. April 30, 1910.
Willie' E. Felker niul wf. by Atty.,
to It. n. neldford; D; 12,970 sq. ft.
of Or. 256, llllslde Avo. and Emma
St., Honolulu Oahu; 14250. U. 335, p.
83. May 2, 1,910.
B. n. Ileldford and wf to Bishop
Trust Co., Ltd; M; 12.970 sq. ft. of
Or. 256, bldgs.,. rents, etc. Hillside
Ave. and E. Monoa ltd., Honolulu,
Oahu; 13500. B, 334, p, 69, April 30,
F. A. Schaefer to Carlos A. Long;
Par. Bel; B. P, 6281 and 24.09, 2 pes.
land and Vi int. In Aps. 2 and 4, Kul.
6176, Palolo, Honolulu. Oahu; 11. B.
334, p. 62. Dec. 1, 1909.
Julia Colburn and bsb (J, F.) et nls
to Ella A. C. Lung; Corrotn D; M int.
In pors. Kul. 6176, Aps. 2 and 4, Palolo
Valloy, Honolulu, 'Oahu;t 1, etc. B.
335, p. 85. Dec, O1D09.-. ,
Carlos' A.tLong et'nl to Territory of
Hawaii; D; B.' P. 2409. Int. la Kui.
6175:2; por. Kul. 8268:1, and por. R.
P. 4498, Palolo Valley lid., etc,. Ho
nolulu, Oahu; Exchange. O. 335, p.
87. Dec. 7. 1909, ' ' ,
Keala (k) to Kalialcaukol, 1); tut
In U. P, 1071t Kul. 314, Leohiinonul
Wnla"naerOantr;-i,-'ote;n. 335, p.
90. Nov. 13.
Lllla Kahaloaukal and hsb to Wul
agnao Company; M; Int. iu II. P. 1071,
Kul. 3114, bldgs., etc., Woluuae,
Oahu; Int. In real property of Hul (w)
deceafed; $200, B. 334, p. 63. May
Charles W. Booth and wf to C.
Dasse; M; por. It, P. 664, Aps. 1 and
3, R. P. 3500; Ai. 5, part 1, II. P. 1905,
nnd 840 sq, ft. land, bldgn., rents, eta,
Pauao Valley, etc.- Honolulu,-, Oohu; ,
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