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EVEMtNO nyt.i.HTlN. TtOMOMTMJ. T II WUDNTSnVY Att(l 17 101ft.
TENDERS FOR WATER 1'IPE.
NO. 182. TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION
TCIUUTORY OF HAWAII to ItOll
KIIT I.OVK KSTATF LTD (l
J.la, J". Morran Mutagen:
ciiKDiions or kstati: of
...MitS KAMAMVNl TITCOMH.
CUKDITOIH or rsrATi: or
Man kaiwi.i: kaii.i limits
' 0P MILS KVN'IAMANIT TIT
comh limits or mus ka
nr.i.i: kvii.i ti:iiiutoky or
HAWAII l Uexnnder l.lnd.i,
Jr. ns Altorne (leneral, ntnl by
Mnmton Camphell us Superin
tendent or l'ubllc Works. CITY
AND COl'XTY or HONOLULU,
b) Joseph J Kern, as Mnnir and
l'resldent of the Hoard of Super
liors, nml to ALL whom It tnay
Wliereis, n petition 1ms been pre
tented to said Court lij LINCOLN
l.OY MtrANDLKSS to register and
confirm tils title In the following
Lot nt west corner of Nuunnu and
I'.uiahl streets, Honolulu, being a
ortlnn of Land Commission Award
Number 5S5, Itojal l'ntent Number
lfl 47 to Isaac Lewis
lleglnnlng at nn Iron bolt nt the
eoiitheuHt corner of HiIh lot, said I foil
bolt marking tlie west corner of l'u
unhl and Nimaiiu streets Tlie co
ordinates of said bolt being 230 4t2
feet south and 37 GIG feet west
fiom n (Internment Surcy Street
Monument which Is oil the Intersec
tion of a 12-foot offset In the Btreet
from the southwest line of lleretanl-i
street and running southwesterly,
and a 10-foot offset In the stree'
from- the northerly line of Nuunnu
Btreet, and running southweMorlv;
thence running ns follows b true
1. 147 38' 123 00 feet along Tail-
all I street.
2. 13 40' 2.'. 00 feet nimig L. C A.
7 S3 to Kuakolo;
3. 4 15' 13 20 feet along L. C A.
G01 to John Hohhs;
4. 332 20' 27 70 feet along L. C.
A. 974 (o M. Kekuanaon;
5 322 47' 44" 82. 8C feet along L
C. A. 974 to M. Kekuanaoa lo
bi- 238 39' 28.10 fe'et along Nun-
miu street to the Initial point.
Area, 3880 gotiare feet.
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to
be held nt the, City ami Count) of
Honolulu on the Gth day of Septem
ber, A 1) 1910, at ten o'clock In
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
)ou hae, nil) the prayer of sa'd
petition should not be granted. And
unlcsst jou appear nt said Court at
the time and place aforesaid your de
fault will be recorded, anil the; said
petition will be taken as tpnfe&setl.
and )ou will he forever barred from
contesting said petition or any de
cree entered thereon.
Witness the Honorable V J IIOH
1NSO.V, Judge iff said Court, this 3rd
tlaj of August, in the jear nineteen
hundred and ten
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal) M T 3I.MONTON,
4G87 Aug 3. 10, 17, 24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Alexander Young,
Notice Is hereto given by the un
derslgned Hxcculore of the Will of
Alexander Young, late of Honolulu
T. II., do cased, to ull persons hav
ing claims against raid decedent or
his Estate, to present the same to
Messrs Smith, Warren & Hemenwny
nttornojg for Bald Hxecuturs, at their
otflce In the Judd building, in said
Honolulu, or to any one of the un
dersigned Executors in person,
whether such claims be sumred or
unsecured, within six (G) niontln
from August S, 1910 (the date of
llrsl publication of this notice), or
the) will be forever barred
Ditcd this 8th day of August,
AHCIIII1ALD A YOUNO.
CONHAI) C VON HAMM,
WILLIAM O. SMITH, '
W. II. HA I It D.
HOIIKItT A YOUNO,
Kxeeutors of the Will of said Alex
ander Young, Deceased.
4G9I Aug. R, 13, 22, 2,9; Sept. 5.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Klrst Circuit. Terrltor) of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probite No, 4288
In the matter of the Estate of Ta-
inaza Peri) of Honolulu, t II
document purporting to he the Last
Will uml Testament of Tamaza Perry
of Honolulu, T II , deceased, haying
on the 3rd day of August, A D, 1910,
been presented to said Probate Court,
ami n petition for probate thereof,
pm)ing for Die Issuance of Letteis
Testnmeutar) to Manuel Rcgo 8ou7i
having been filed by Bald Manuel
Rego Bourn, It Is Ordered, that Tuiw.
ihu, the Gth day of Septembor, A. D.
1910, nt 10 o'clock a, m of Bald day,
at the courtioom of Bald Court in
the .Judiciary llulldlng, in Hie City
nnd County of Honolulu, be and tho
same Is hereby appointed the tlm
ami place for pioving said Will anf
hearing said nppliuitlou Dated, IIii
liolulu, August 3, 1910 Ily order
of the Court J A THOMPSON.
C'oik. Clicult Court. 1'lra Circuit.
O 1' Peti'ison. uttniiin) for peti
4087AUB. 3, 10, 17, 21. g JJ
Ten limy of Hawaii
At Chambers, No
4171 In the matter of the Estate,
of Carl Helnrlch August I.ildwlg Ahl
born, deceased On leading and fll
Ing the 'I'ntltlon and nccounts of
W. I'fotenliauer, Exeoutor nf the Es
tale of Carl Helnrlch August J.nd-
wlg Ahlhorn, deceased, wherein pe
titioner nsk's lo be allowed $78,'iG4.31
and chnrged with $8,H84.94, nlid
asks that the same lie examined and
uppnned, and that a final order be
made of Distribution of the remain
ing proper!) to the persons thereto
entitled and discharging petitioner
and sureties from all fifrther respon
slhlllt) herein It Ib Ordered, that
Monda). the 29th cln of August, A
D 1910. at 10 o'clock a m, beforo
the Judge presiding nt Chambers of
said Court at his courtroom In the
Judlclnr) llulldlng, in Honolulu,
County of Honolulu, bo and the same
hereby is appointed the time nnd
place for hearing said Petition and
Accounts, nnd that all persons Inter
ested ma) then and there appear and
show cause. If an) they hae, why
the same should not be grnnted, and
ma) present eldenco ns to who are
entitled to the said property. Dated
the 2 Gth da) of Jul), A. D 1910
Hy the Court (S'al) M T SIMON
TON, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the Klrst Circuit
4081 Jul) 27, Aug, 3, 10, 17.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of l'ubllc' Works
until 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
August 20, 1910, for furnishing the
Department of Public Works with
the following materials, viz.:
wiiAnr LUMiifcit, per thousand
PERT, II. M.
8x12 N.W. i
PILES, dououas nn, not less
THAN 14" '(llAItKED), EACH.
no 40 ft.
no no ft, ,
co 60 tt. l
30 7& lo 80 ft.
10 cases 18 ox. Mmttz Motat.
10 cases 20 oz. Muiiiz Metal.
OALVANIZKD WHtK SPIKES AND
10 kegs IV!" Copper. Nails.
30 kegs 8" Oalv. Wire Spikes.
All nrorios.ila to be on blanks fur
nished b) the Department of liiblle
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
qny or all bids.
Superintendent of l'ubllc Works,
Honolulu, August 4. 1910.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Oahu Railway and Land Company.
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Oahu Railway & I.nnd
Company has been 'called for 1'rlday.
August 19, A. D. 1910m III pursuance
of an order of the Directors, and will
be held at the office of The II. K. Dil
lingham Co, Ltd., Stangenvvald
llulldlng. Honolulu, at 2 o'clock p.
m. on that date.
The titock books of the compnn)
will bo closed to transfers from ,"'
gust 12 to 19, both dates Inclusive.
A W VAN VALKENIIURO,
Secretary, Oahu Railway & Land Co.
Honolulu. August 12, 1910.
4G9G Aug. 13, in, 1G, 17, 18.
The annual meeting of tho Wal
nlhn Hut Land will be held ut Wul
nihil, Ilnnalel, Kauai, at 10 o'clock
a m tn the 20th day of September,
JAMES K. LOTA,
4G97 3w President.
The Hawaiian Ballasting Company
has moved from Maunakea street to
Beretania street, near Nuuanu. It
has no connection with the Oahu
Ballasting Co., which nowf occupies
its, om oince. oo-mi
" proposals rou ntnsH pani-
CUM (IRASS Honolulu. II T.Aug
CIS. 1910 Sealed proposals, In trip
"Urate, will ho received lioro until 10
a in. August 25. 1910. and thon
openod, for furnishing 100,000 lbs
rresh panlcum grabs nt Quartermas
ter's corral, Honolulu, II T. Deliv
eries to commence September 1, 1910,
land continue ns required until June
30, 1911. I'urther Information on ap
plication lo the undersigned. M. N
I'ALLS, Captain and Quartermaster,
U S. A., Depot Qunrtermnster.
4C97 Aug IK, 10, 17, 18, 24
Iniimlilaml and O It & L shipping1
hooks for sale ut tho Hullo tin
ntllco nnri each.
The Hoard of Suponlsors of the
Count, of Kaunl will te elo sealed
bids until 12 o clock noon of Sep
teniber 7, Irfin, for furnishing the
following iilnc nnd fittings, to bo dc
lnred f. oj b Wnlnien wharf, or (by
option of the bidder) at the WnlmeV
teriulnils of the MaKnweli plantntlnn
rnllwa) ,,, ,
17r,0;f?a,,f 8" standard Well Cas-W
,1100 feet of n" Btndard (lahanlzod
Three 8" Tees, 3 8"xG" Nipples, 2
8"xr", llushlngs, 8 8" I'lniigo Unions,
ii "" rinnge Unions nnd 2 8" brass
lined full opening (into Vnhes
The above llltlngs nil for well end
ing Also 3 (liite Valves, 3 Tees, 1 Nip
ples, 3 Elbows, R riango Union nnl
I 22" Nipple, for IS" gnlvanlzed pipe.
Time of deliver) to be stated In
An) or nil bids inn) be rejected
Illds to be endorsed "Tenders for
Water Pipe," on outside of envelope.
and addressed to tho Hoard of Su
pervisors, County of Kauai, Llhue,
J H MOHAONE,
County Iload Supervisor.
Senled Tenders will be received h)'
tho Hupoilntendeiit of Public Works
until 12 m of Thursda), August 2",,
1910, for furnishing the Department
of Public NVorkH'witlii 13G0 feet of
12 Inch wooden stnvo pipe, without
clips or bands Sample of pipe, re
quired ma) bo Been nt the office of
the Superintendent of Public Works.
The Superintendent reserves tlie
right to reject any or all bids.
Supeilittendent of Public Works
Honolulu. August 15. 1910.
Senled Tenders will be received b)
the President of the Hoard of Ito
gents, at his ofllce In tlie Judiciary
llulldlng. until 12 in., Suturdi', u
gust 20, for constructing a Dili)
LalKirntor) for the Collego of Ha
waiian, Mnnna Valley, III nccordnn'o
Wttli plans and specifications on file
In tlie Prcsldent'slonice
""Wie "President nf the Ilonrd of Re
gents reserves the right to reject nnv
or all bids.
JUDOE HENRY K. COOPER,
Piesident, Hoard of Regents.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Systematize Notary Public. Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bldtr. HOURS
0 a. m. to 4 n. m.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
WOMEN LEADING STRIKE OF 80,000 GARMENT
WORKERS IN NEW YORK CITY
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NKW YORK, .Inly 24 An nrnij or
...tlrn.. I., It.n lilc.i.H,, nt Vn.. Vr. r
ElllllVrB 111 UIU l.inilil KH ,.. ......
! what the lenilerH term tho "rulo of
na low a 12 centu foi making a JaiKut, while a tenty-tlo ilollar gaimout in iniulo for Ii'hs tliaii f- bo Im
the police hae had little or no woik heyond keeping tho Blilew.ilks clear Speeches aio liurltd nt the manu
facturers morning, noon and night, while every hull on the east hIiIh In crowded throughout the day inil Uie
imiioiltv of the night with patient,
women I'olly Cohn uud Katie Ccihn
two years ago and lmo slnco earned
BY V. L.
I Tft U U faUA DV
iUHIIU IV ILHI UHlrlLlll
POLO IMS IFIBMI
Mfi.innlnn Will Re Scene r.f Action
fl.Ait lt.tnf.tat INiboti in flin'
At 3 o clock thli nfternoon tho
nuuhJtnlked of polo game between
Onliii nnd thn Fifth Cavair) will
take pluie, and niiothcr exciting and
good mnl h Is expected to eventuate
The Otiliit team will liu tho hjme as
)iia)cd last Saturda), and Walter
and Harold Dllllnghntn, together
with Hi' nod Sam Haldwln, will up
hold 'the honor of Honolulu.
The Cavair) will phi) Cnptadis
I'orsyth and Stewart and Lieutenants
Hanson and Sheridan The umpire
will be Harold Rice of Maul, anil the
timekeepers will be the Biime as laBt
Tlie usual crowd of enthusiasts 's
oxpected to nttcud, nnd ns the Held
Is in good condition, there shoul.l
be nothing but good Bport nnd fun
at the giounds
On Saturda) next tho great game
between Maui and Kauai will take
place and a rccoid crowd Is expected
to nttend at Monnnlun. The Maul
men have no less than eighteen
IKinles, nnd the) will make tho Knu
alhus phn n perfect game If the
Harden Island men nro to hnve i
chance of defeating tho Vullcy lslo
LIHUE Kaunl. Aug 13 The
track for the new extension of the
Kauai Railroad, running out to the
llmo quarries east of Koloa, was Mu
lshed lis far ns tho mill last week
and enrs lire now being run upon It.
the first of Its labors being in fulfill
ment of the contract It had to de
liver coal tho Mist week In August
to Koloa plantation.
The farthest extension, out to thel
lime qiiarr) Itself, will not bo in
operation until the next sugar sea
bon begins. Hut In the meantime, a
carcfu) examination nnd mini) sis nf
the lime rock Is In progrcts, in order
that lhe best grade of tho rock ninv
bo secured for mill purposes, as well
ns agricultural The main quarry Ii
In one of the gulches of Mahaulepu,
nnd Is about tlneo miles fiom Koloi
landing Onrden lslnnd
IKH.OKUI V V LWi:
.should iitvi: Mini r.
Tliero Is no icnson In the opinion of
tho Miporvlsornl conunltteo on elcc-
Hlc lights why thn residents of Holo-
kahnna Ijuio should not bo provided
with a better and more satisfactory Il
lumination The mntter was present
ed to the Hoard last evening nnd fnv
ornblo net Ion lias been taken townrds
tho installation of additional lights
80.000 tolleis, ttltli women as leudem, are
Tl.n niMi..it Cr... Irnrn' ITnlMti lutu utltMfr
. IIV l.l,,Ml.b .......v.n , .....,
Rljiei) ' Tho women leader luivo gono
swilteilng audiences, who pay strict
mo two of the most ncte loudens In
t Uolr living hy tho needle
BV 10IIIIE SUMMERS
lludle Knocked Out in Ninth Round
at Brisbane $1500 Purse Was
At Hrlshnne. Queensland, on July
23, llocr Uliholz was knocked out
b) Johnnie Summers, who In thn
ninth lound landed one on the Hoer's
Jaw nnd sent him to sleep for tho nl
lotted period Tho first three, rounds
were even, nlid In the fourth Sum
mers punlihcd Uuholz about tho face.
In the fifth the llocr put n heavy
one to Summers' Jaw, but the latter
qulckl) revived and fought back
At the end of tho slvth round thn
betting was 3 to 1 on Summers win
ning, nnd t'tihnlz looked ull to the
bud The llocr wns fighting rougli
houre st) If, while Summers was us
ing his hands lo tho best advantage
The Englishman showed clever foot
work, and in over) way had the Jloer
The cud came, ns Ktnted, In the
ninth lound, and the Australians re
joiced Tho men were scheduled to
go tweut) rounds, nnd the puisovvns
:t :: :
Last Sunday at llllo the I.ellchuas
were defeated by the Kaznns b) a
scoro of 8 to 3, nftcr a good gnmo
Hint ntlni"ted vn big crowd The
gnme was a prelltulnar) to tho third
Wnseda llllo match, which wns won
b) lhc Nlpponeso b) a sroto of 7
JONES WILL RECEIVE SCORES.
Colonel Jones of tho National
Ounid expects to havo cable aihliea
Ironi Camp Perry next- Wednesday,
the second day of the shoot
Nothing Iiiih been beard from tho
team representing Hawaii sluco its
iirrlval at. Sail 1'rancl.sed
A'lt'liough no deflnlto Infornuitlon
has been received lioro It seems to bo
the general Impression that tho date
of the team shooting lias been set
nhend one week, nnd If that is tho
case then results should bo received
hero within tho itext two da)S,
fiki: mix rou
MX'OMI am sorni,
There is n fair piospcct for the In
stiillntlon of a lire alarm box nt tho
coinei of Second and South streets
In the mar future Tlie matter lias
been brougflt beforo the lloaid of City
uml Count) SupcivluurH through n
generously tdgnid petition Tho mnt
ter received attention nt last night's
One thousand splendid hooks, nne.
ll.-own nnd L)on Co. Until wo move
Blank books of ull sorts, ledgers
etc, monufuc mrcd by tho U u 1 1 e 1 1 1
fighting 'one of Iho most shi i oua
ttf lnriu.icail iin iiinl 1 1 tilinMali
,u. ...b.u..uv,. ,. .no. 'V " .w,
on lecord ns baying th" are pnld
attention to the talks delluiud hy llm
the strike They came liuin HuhhIu
That's why most people
prefer it to others '
The Beer That
Suits the People
Great Reductions in the prices of Flowers and
Sailor Hats have been made for this sale.
All Fresh a aid New
Go yo therefore: into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
tha. Jot shall I build a house, an"d
in thV- house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
When we tfet your
we wiu come to the rescue with flood old
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FROM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
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