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r.VKXtNO llt'LLETIN. HONOLUI.t, T II THURSDAY, DEC 8, 1910.
Honolulu ( f'.i f.tcr lloynl
Perfcrllini- 'j(Ii Degree.
Regular, ." p. in.
l'rrirctlon tllli lltgnc.
J.el Alohn I'lmplcr No. 2
All vriltlng mtmtxrt of tn
Order ara cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F.Hall
7:30 P. M.
tfioiud cuDiMtmci Memben of
KlEFICIAL ASniATIOH. &
EARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meeta every Monday evening at
1:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
, B. It. HENDRY, Secretary. .
' II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brother! very cordially
OAHU I0DQE.No. 1, X. of F.
Meeta every Erst and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothels cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE.No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meeta every first and third Thurs
day of each aonth at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! ppr
4111 Invited to'attend. ' ,, J, J,
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
I0N0IU1U AEBrE,' 140.T. 0.-E.
- Mot on tho 2nd and 4th WED-
URHnAY evenings of each month at
7: JO o'clock In K. of P.' Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
W. R. RILET, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU I0DQE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodee No. 616. B. P. O.
Elks, meeta In their hall, on King
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are coraiaiiy
Invited to attend.
JAB. D. DOUGHERTY, B. R.
OEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
WH HoKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock in ll. oi i'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend, H. A. TAYLOR, O. 0.
- E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
of your photographs make
very acceptable Christmas
Presents especially when
Our Sepia Effect is very at
.1 ' i
Consult us about the fram
Ing. Wo have a largo stAck
of beautiful Frumes and
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street, below Hotel Street.
Upholstered, Remodeled and
The Right Way
j. hopps co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 14 ter hour, Iwls Stables,
Try n cnxu of I'lncctar. It Is puro
If jour horse or dog Is nick A. It
Itowat, D V S, Phone 242D.
Tin.' Ilnuall Promotl&i Commlttoo
meets this .ifturiiQun at 3 30 o'clock.
The I'iin.1 Diary offers fn- sale ab
solutely iuie lluvwill.i:i ('ream from
healthy tows Telephone 2SP0.
II F. Wlchmaii & Co Is Issuing a
very artistic calendar for tho lien
car to patrons and business friends.
Attorney W. A. Klnmy Is cxiK-cted
back on the Sierra tomorrow morn
ing nrtcr mi extensive trip on tho
Theio tvHI be n reading by Dr A
I. nilios at tho College of Hawaii
tomoirim ni I o'clock All liiterestoil
For dlstlllid water, Hire's Hoot
Ilecr mid nil otln r popular drinks
King up l'liono 2172. Consolidated
V. Faxon Llthop, who went to San
Francisco to confer with Rudolph
Spitckels on biiidiiesn matters, Is c-
iccted back on tho Sierra tomorrow
Mriucrlal services for Mrs. Nancy
Kauliiknu will ho helil Sunday morn
ing next nt tho eloven o'clock servlco
In Ktiiunaknplli church.
meeting of the Honolulu Realty
Association fur permanent organlza
t Ion Is set for tomorrow night, but
will probably be positioned until next
Mark P. Ilobln'on expects a reprc
scnlallve of nu Eastern baokbuver
heie tomorrow on tho Sierra to con
fer with regard to the lalo of his b'g
Tvo dejected mid very cnntrllo
drunks fared Hie, District Irlbmi.tl
thN morning and acknowledged tho
wilt Impeachment. They received tho
Private otllres for C. Drawer & Co.
are being constructed In the rear of
the present oinccs on Fort street. It
Is not expected that the recently pur
chased Wilder block will bo greatly
Tommy Dunn, who was badly hurt
In an automobile nccldeut several
weeks ngo, has left Queen's Hospital
and Is now nt home on Ueretanla
street. It will bo several weeks jet
befqro ho Is able to lesuino his duties
ni iiionavn station out in inc mean
time Ito Is Rcttlnc nround town Inin
cafrlagei ' Ik
An 'agreement had toen placed 6i
die In the Bureau of Convcyancfcsibo
twoen. th Consolidated IplndiiiAlo
Company " and California "Fruit MCnn-
ners Company wherein tit U stlpulnt
ed that the mortKago of December 21
1909, shall stanil as security for all
advances made by tho canuers to the
UNCLE SAM QUITS
ON THE PACIFIC MAIL
Accepts Decision That the
Tariff Rates from Orient
Need Not Be Filed.
WASHINGTON, Novemlor 28. As
the result pf an agreement not mado
part of tho court record, tho Dopart
ment of Justice today asked tho Sit
ptcmo Conn of tho United States to
dismiss the nppsil by the (lovern
ment for a review of tho quislilng of
the indictment against the Pacific
Mall Steamship Com) any on charges
of rebating. This M3 done.
The Oovcrnment cliirgcil that tho
steamship company, acting In con
Junction with ruMiO'id mniiaik'cs,
shipped matting from Kobe, Japan
across the Pacific ocean to San Kran
Cisco and thenco to Inland p'dnts nt
rates less thiu tho Joint tariffs of
rate for such shipment Med with tho
Interstate Commerce Commission.
The District Court of the United
States for the district of California
held that tho steamship company was
not required hy the Interstalo cam
mcrco Uws either to fllo such a tariff
or to observe Its rates If such rt tariff
were filed It thcreforo threw tho In
dictment out of court
A .11 1
win ouy your unnstmas
Suit. We give you the
Clothes to wear when you
make your first payment.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$10.00 to $25.00
Tho "Ciak'M011 Models Ara Now on Display Come Early
Francis Levy Outfittng Co., Ltd.
Credit Clothiers 1214 Tort, Opposite FJte Station
CITY TRANSFER CO,
THEFTS Of STEAMSHIP COAL
'RECEIVE MATERIAL CHECK
PACIFIC MAIL COAL PILE DIMINISHED TO THE TUNE OF
TWENTY-FIVE TONS ROUGH WEATHER PREVENTS
ISLAND STEAMERS FROM WORKING ON HAMAKUA
COAST THREE ARRIVALS THIS MORNING.
Tho "bloated corporations'' luvu cession uf (he lliwnllnns. Each sack
had their Innings. Tor months past ""W w,lR" I" "0 m-lKhb-iihood of n
a stondy ((ntlli of tho Coal piles be
longing lo the several steamship cim-
panic.) now reprcsonte.l nt Honolulu,
bus been going on and tho agents
havo been it loss to account Tor tho
contlnuect diminution of their storo
Tluoiigh Hie instrumentality of Col.
Nwrls mill Mhfis,. two lUlwjIlnns
wliu were enrolled nt pollco station
mis morning as hoiomon Ivnpao ami
Hiiliilin. weio found guilt) of turfing
coal fiom tin- ;.io maintained by tho
Pacltlo .Mall Hte.tmshlp Coniiuny nnd
alter District Mnglstruto l.ymer had
conelniKl tho taking of testimony hu
sent holomon to the lecf for n .
rlod of sl mouths. Huluhlii who was
consldeied ns an accomplice In th?
filching of fuel fi t mt the storehouse
of corjioiato Inteic-sts drew n thri'3
niotiths' meal ticket nt tho Hotel
Kiedorlck Kleluhii, nn ofllclal con-
neciou vviin ii. uncKrcld & Co., an I taka part Js to bo ttnrted from Syd
mnnager of the shipping department , tn Knatuni f!nn,i,i,i tinii.i
oi iiiu i-ariiic Ainu staiel mat mo
company had been iclloved of npprox-
.aiclyMwcnty.nvo ton., of coal from
. ., .. .- ....
....- ,., ...c- K y. ,-.,,,. mi siaie
ho exact time tint c-al had liosn
hauled from tho Qiison street yards
Zi ,.V , n., I'' m.r;
dered taken from tha yards until l.,st
Until Km l.t r.l.,1 1,t nnyu...l..1lnn .In
clarol under oath that tho coa that
they had sold to n Jnpnneso bath
houao i rniirlRtiir fm- ililriv.nn Mniii
a suck had been gathered pleco by "va B eel kC,eH; w'nor. nnd It Is
p'ece as It dropped from tho carts, en- llll?l"le,1 lt maintain regular month
gaged In hauling tho coal front tho '' taln- '"" vecls will be own
Pnclflc Mall piles to tho wharf. m1 n1"' niai"Rf:i ' the Common-
It appears lh.it some eight sacks
had been recovered by tho ollleers
fiom nn emrty lot
nsar the comer of
King nnd Maunnkcn streets.
The Pacific Mali representatives se. "BW ",,e li:is proposed to tho Austru-
cnted the legal services of Attornoy l,aI government that tt ehnre In tho
Hitting to look after their Intorosls Milcfprlre. It Is auggested that tho
at court government should cither Invest
Hitting showed that the defendant, nionej In nhares In tho company,
Kapae, had been twlco convicted In provide nn annual subsidy until tho
the lower court upon n charge of ompany could beromo firmly estnb
Ktrnllng conl. Tho dito of tho theft Hulled or lend money to the coin
tint finally landed tho two Hawaii pan) at a low lato of Interest. It
nns behind tho bars at the City nnd Is said that pending construction or
County-hostile was fixed at Friday, the vesrels, churteied steamers would
December 2nd. be uted. It Is tho Intention of tho
coionei r.crrls stnlcd Ip direct tcs-
tlmony that lio hail been watching
ine mo.ciucnis oi mo two iinwaunns
for a week. That ho had scon Ihcni
each nlglt lugging away sacks Of conl
and that it was kept in a vacant lot.
tno laigo lumps broken up and the
fuel was then placed In saqks and
;""' " l,:, ;ml""""u ""
others who desired their coal nt ro-
Tho Pacific Mall valued tho coal nt
about seven dollars a ten nt tho yard
Norrla licllcVed Iliat ho had row fir-
tee,, sapks of the mal transferred
from tho Pacific Mall pllo in tho pos-
y-il i ' V V
JAS. H. LOVE
Iff ftrtr Vlnt-ffi t.t I fin T til rr.l utntiil
Bcam Navigation Co. nlsogavodnmag
nKCUdenconKalni.t (ho defendants nnd
,u.cIaro, lnt ,IU h.,(1 kCeII ,, ,,.
,11K ,)olU ie rim, nr,, nt(er n,Khl
fllit n.1(. ,i0,..uM h,, i... r.iiin.1
lMl'ltv nt InVin.- mint (mm llin lnlnr.
i.,...,, ,,.,., m ,,. .,
Knn.ii. nins..l rnnslilnrnliin merrl.
lnon, lls wo, 81,r,,rfo llt ,10 wny
he handled his own caso. His method
of cross ex.iinlii.itKm urovolie.l coin
mr!lt f;om n,e ,t1(Il 1)llt (ll0 ,(,,
cause was lost b it preponderance of
ovldmco sunirleiit lo convict.
n i)envc.l that with tho cllmln
nti0 f tl0 two offenders, there will
)c. ,a marked diminution In tho moro
or less continued thefts of coj from
ioca Ktcnmihlp jards.
a Dfnt.rf. A.!r,n, i in.
a stcamshlii Hue In will li the
ggvernmcut of Australia Is naked to
f.03 ,1(,rtB a,i (Ir(.at nrltaln vlx
nie straits of Magellan, until' the
,Mnlinill Cnm , c(mlI)etc,i, llCcirl-
.l(j ,0 PlUilc3 l0rcl
n.l l.. ..U I
rhP new ,.-,., is to optrnla ,,TJ
Bltamei.h nIld w, lm kllown ns , ,
Mcri-hanta and Shippers Steamship
SJ Negotiations have bee-, tn
,,.. f... i. -...( . i.
1 ".hivno HJI IX'ltlU t.illlV( 41 111 IL IB
?l,d l,n,' 'x"n '"? nnn ,'f. Hl
Nil Rh.pbulldfsrs Is Interested In 'he
The fleet will consist of
wcn'i". nim ample rorrigeraieu space
wl" "e I"viucu ror tno cariingo oiIn)rr()w r,)P Koim nm Kml I)0r on
" 'ics-rlpllons of perlsliahlo proa-
, re- T'10 concern eirtnbllshlng the
--mpnny to rend Its ctenmers homo
from Australia via Now Zealand, the
straits of Magellnn. nnd the Kast.tos, M. (lomcz. P. CJomcz,
const ports c.f Amerl a or Canada,
wltIl ,,, completion of Hie Panama
f.alial tlle v(,s,e,8 ,vo..,., 0 ,. tlmt
rot(l Tllq B,ciuner W()ul(1 ,)0 of
,0of)0 t()n, legMtrt ftIU, ,mvo n
sjiced of 13 knots leaded.
N'r,ada" B"k at Fr ,eo' ,
1,' Nevm ?"' n Aiucrlcnn-Hawall-
"" B1tL''u"or Jl,nt ,rup "l0 l,aBt "",,,tl",
"' 'Mil tinder charter l.y tho MaUon
Navigation Company has arrived at
San I'raiiclscu after having brought
down n general cnigo for tho Islands.
fj The Novjdnii returned to tho coast
with n small amount of products from
tho Hawullun Islands. Tho vessel nr
lived nt San Franclso yesterday nnl
It Is predicted that she will not re
turn hero for some llmo to coino but
may bo placed mi a run Including a
coasting route to iillno Cruz.
DEnd Played'at Twa Departures.
Tho municipal band played at tho
sailing of (he Mntson Navigation
steamer Wllhelmlnn and the Canadian-Australian
liner Moann tyester
day. The latter vessel sailed from
Alfikea wharf shortly nfter four
o'clock yestdiday afternoon taking on
n few cabin' and second class paaarn
gers. Over five hundred carcases of
frozen mutton, n quantity of rortlllz-
cr and scotch whisky were loft hero
ns cargo from tho Colonies,
Sierra Due Tomorrow Morning.
Tho Oceanic steamship Slot ra, with
ono hundred' and nineteen passengers
nnd nearly thrco thousand tons of
general cargo will arrlvo off (ho port
at an early hour tomorrow morning
according to tho latest wireless ad
vices received by C. flrewer fi Co.
refoscntlng tho OccanI ompany. Thol
vo'ccl will piolnhly como to tho
whaif by seven-thirty.
Ash Hire Saturday Vcrnlng.
ill Inning nluo hundrr-l tons of car
go fiom a variety of OilenUl ports
' Wednesday, Dee. 7.
Onvlota Jlarlot) CMIcoft,' Xm. sp
Wednesday, Dec. 7.
Vnnccuver nod Victoria Moann,
C.-A. S, H., 4 p. m.
Thurcdiy Cie. 0.
Ban Francisco Uuffolo, U. 9. S.,
t: n tt it tt a tx tt a tf h tt a it
the Pacific Mall steamer Asia Is dttfy
iu nrnvu ni iioiioiiini ni nn early
hour on Saturday morning. II. Hack
feld & Co. who represent the liner nt
tho iort hope to dispatch the steam
er' for Sinn Francisco on tho evening
of tho finmo day. The Asia being a
foreign bottom will carry none but
Injover pascengers from,, this ort.
Local Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul Isl
and N'ly side Knhulut Harbor
Spartan Reef Hell lluoy, reported cap
sized. December C. will bo restored to
Its correct position as soon as prac
ticable (I.. II. IJ. N. to M. No. II, 1909, par.
C. & fl. S, Chart 411C.
I.. II. 11. I.lst of Iluojs, etc, 12lh
Subdistrlct, 1909, p. 13.
Uy order of tho llureau of Light
Lumber for Hllo.
With destination rcorled as Hllo,
thq American schooner Manila Is said
to have salted from Mukllteo on last
Tuesday. Tho vessel Is bringing
down n shipment of lumber. A later
messago received by the local branch
of the Merchants' Kxehnngo states
that tho vcssrl went nshore nt Admi
ralty Inlet tho following day.
Hall fc- Ktual.
Tho Inlor Island steamer W. O.
Hall li tuklng a iiunntlty of lutiitiT,
feitlllzer nnd gsncral cargo to Kauai
tsirts of call on her next trip. The
vessel Is scheduled to got nway nt
live o'clock this uvculng.
Ccrman Training Chip at Sydney.
Tho flno flcrninn training ship Her
zogln Cecllo has arrived at Sjdncy,
N. S. W after fl twenty seven day
passago ilown from Honolulu. Tho
vessel Is Raid to havo gained Sydney
Heads on last Tuesday.
Lurllne Enroute to Honolulu,
According to advices received hero.
"o MnP Navigation steamer I-up-
"no sailed from San l-ranclsco at one
o'clock yestcrdav w th destin.-it on ns
Ai- AH il. tAfH., n.....
l"' ". . ' . .' . .. . .
.viui iiiuiiiiT cjiisiRiieti io iiiu local
agency of Allen & Itoblnson, tho Ame
rican schooner 8. O. Allan sailed from
Port Ludlow for Honolulu jostorday.
Tho Mnuna Loa sailing nt nomt to-
Hnwnll will enrry a falr-slzed list of
cabin nnd dock passengers.
Per stmr, W. O. Hall, for Kntml
liorts, Dec. 8. As S. Wilcox, Mrs,
Per stmr. Mnunn Loa, Slmorson,
for Konn and Kail, Dec. 9, 12 m.
Hong Chack, Miss Lena Counnt, III
Miop Itostarlck, llev. D. Sine.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Hawaii and
Maul liorts, Dec- 9. C. D. Lufkln,
Mrs Lufkln, S. P. Hind. Miss Iloso
Lindsay. L. Tobrlner. W V. .1. nolo.
, Mrs. F. O. domes, Itov. M. (1, San.
Por stmr. Manna I.ua, for Konn and
Kan ports, Dec. 9. Hong Chack,
Mary (Well, W, F. Drake. (1. W.
Cnrr. J. F, Wool, Mrs. Wood, Mlsi
I Lena Conlnt, lllshop nostarlck. Ilov.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Knual iiortii.
Dec. 13. F. Damon, Mrs. Damon.
Per stmr. Mlkahnla, for Maul, and
Moloknl liorts, Dec. 13. Miss M. Mcy
or. Miss (irlffltlm, M. arlfuths.
Per O. S. S. Sierra for San Fran
cisco, Dec. 1 1. K. U Day. K. 0. Hln
des, Mrs, I Unties, Miss It. Itoborts,
Mri. J. L. Thomas, A. L. Derby, Mrs.
J C. Henkenlsa, Mrs, K. A. Stewart,
Itear Admiral C. P. Hees, Mrs. Iloos.
Mrs. H. Hi Pftnlss, Miss S. Whit,
man, K, II. Prentfss, Mrs,, H, s. 1.
Morris, II. M. Thomson, Mrs. Thom
son, Miss A. Cnllamolo, L. M. Halo,
F. T. Clarko.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall,rfo-' Kauai
ports, I)eo. 15 Miss L. Jay, Miss
Purvis. Miss Damon, Miss 'JVItli(ng
ton, Douglas Ilaldwln, C.v Damon, IJ.
SIERRA IN EARLY
Tho following wlr'oleSB "messago has
bren received by tho agonts fram tho
a s- Slorrn, bound for Honolulu:
. 8. Sierra. At Sea, Dec 7, 8 p. m.
"2 miles from port. Fresh trndo
winds, moderate sea, weathor clear,
barometer 30:17, air G7. All well.
Will be off port 8:30 a. m, Friday
Kvery public school In Germany
has ii gymnasium, and there nro cer
tain hours on certain days when
physical culture of bovs nnd girls of
all classes and ages Is gono through,
When the doctor tells a man to diet,
Hie pntlent prnctods to refuse all tho
things ho dlnllkfH,
Five patents upon sufely razors
linvo been granted to L'tigllsh women
In the lubi yvur.
CIRCUS DRiHf $
' p AND PLEASES
i : w
Tho circus people nt every per
formnnce are Inctcnclhg the quality
of their various acts. A number of
lniKjrtnnt changes In some of tho
difficult acrobatic nnd balancing acts
w-cro noticeable Inst night. These
changes are all tho result of an op-l
portuiilty to practise which the pcr-
formers had not had for almost a
month until they opened
..,!.. i. . . .i. -. i... i.,i
.rnui ih uiiu ui him ui-i mi ... jiqc vvuter liag.
people in the bIiow Is also true of No wutcr to heat no rubber to rot.
tho dog act. Sln-o the opeiilngjier-' Will lust for J turn,
forman e a number of dlfforenl fea- The Warmer Is made of metal heat-
turcs have been Included In the .en- cd, iw l'i'n,8 m'nUt b' h? "Billing
.... . . .. mi .. -. i.....,...k i. nnl Inseruon of a paper lubo con
nines' turn. The most Important Is (nn,ng n HarHens. smokeless nnd
n high Jump act by the hounds, odorless fuel generating n uniform
which secures n lot of applause from heat which lasts over two hours at n
the audiences. The dogs nre work- cost of less than one cent. It Is curved
Ing a whole lot more willing than to fit any portion of the body nnd held
tbev did nt nrst and their trainer ln )lac0 B means of a bng and belt
tliey aid at nrst, anu ineii iner MavIae tc wearer to move about at
says that they will soon be tho talk.
ed-about act In tho show Instead of ' g p,lj. KILLKK
the big nerl.il turn. Tho Welkom Warmer hns no equal.
The performance of the ton tra- It can bo put Into constant action nnd
peze artists Is nn act that brings '? Indispensable In cases of rheumu
praise from everyone. Ono of thd '"- glucmcbaso' nouf"Kla. sciatica,
actors In the Inst performance swung Bypjac,nB the Warmer on the nf
olear across the arena and turned a reeled part tho heat being dry, not
double somersault In mld-alr-nnd was moist, bitkri out the cold. Physicians
then caught by another performer say that the moist heut of the- hot wnt
beforo ho could dive to the net. Ono er bag will not euro but nggrnvate the
of the women performers does a sin- -IU.j-L
glo turn on the trapeze nt the tlmo cgmpinlut.
this Llg act U on that never falls Complete outnt including Warmer,
tu win her applause. Tho two mil- hug belt, coll and 10 tubes of fuel sent
srnl acts, tho exhibitions of tho Jap- propuld to nny part of tho U. a. iiihj.i
unero nrtltt and lleno, tho trapeze rerelpt of U-u".
performer, are improving nightly I woViduT'devlcowXrayt'r' f'eo
Toto nnd Tate ara not cspe:lally descriptive booklet
well received by some of the critical. WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
but they amuse the children, and, los ,, s, j,ff Vofk
that Is what clowns arc In a circus ,
for. Don't fall to seo tho clrctisf ." MMMM" !
you will find that It gives you two Kulua, Walluku, Maul; 3C0. II 312,
hours cf oxcltlng enjoyment. Thoto
was a matinee performance yester.
day and thero will be anothor on
Saturday. Performances nre given
every evening, and the program will
bo changed next Monday.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Enterc ( or Rc-:rd Dec. 7, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p, m.
Anna Wilcox to Lena It Marquez D
Kauunntilu and wf to John U
Mnchadu . . . . - D
Lawrenro II Kent to J B Schu- f
Lincoln L MrCandless by rcgr
Helen Iloyd and hsb to, J J
.Anna 7. iladley to John F Col-
burn, tr D
I (fa II Popo to Trout Trust Co
Trout Trust Co Ltd to Sarah II
Sarah II Kverton and hsb to
Charles H Lewis , . . D
Consolidated Pineapple Co Ltd to
California Fruit Cannors' Assn
Pill Kekat and wl to Moke Pill. . D
Recorded Nov. 23, 1910.
Western & Ilawu lnvstmt Co Ltd
to P l: It Strauch, D; lot 2!, blk 2,
Puuiiul Tract, Honolulu, Oabii) 1200.
II 33A, p 281. Oct 8, 1910.
A I.cwIh Jr and wf to Maria O'Jen
n a, D: Int In lot 3, blk 10A, Kaplo
lanl Tract, Honolulu, Oahu: SlOC. 1)
33rf, p 282. Nov 7, 1908.
I-Mlth II Wallace and hsb to Oeo
A Lewis, D; lot 35, blk II rents, et
Mntlock St, Honolulu, Oahu; $10. 11
335, p 284. Nov 7, 1910.
,J Oswald Lilt ted to Club Stables
Ltd, A Lr-int In It P 3147, kill 1090,
Peleulu, Honolulu, Oahu; 1200. II
330, p 470. Nov 22. 1910.
i Lulr. das Naves and wf to Manuel
Fcltclauo, D; fi l-2a of lot 20, rents,
etc Pantlllo Homesteads, Hamakita
Hawaii: 1250. II 342, p 23C. Oct
Manuel Kell-lano nnd wf to Fran
cIk-o A de Luce, D; C 1-2 a of tot 20,
rents, etc, Paaullo Homesteads, Ha
makna. Hawaii; S250. II 342. p.238.
Nov 19. lflld.
Anna A Victor ct at to L Ah Hip,
L; pc lalfd. Front St. Hllo, Hawaii;
8 yrs at $3G0 per yr. 11 330, p 473.
Nov B, 1910.
Kektialopl (k) to Ohla Ferrelrn,
D; Hit In II P C07C, kill 3531, Halo
Innl, Walluku, Maul; $200. 11 342,
p 233. Nov 22, 1910.
W B flnl and wf to Ohla Terrelra,
D; 37-lOOa of n P 0720, kill 490,
Wnililliu, Maul; $7". 11 342, p 234.
Aug 20, 1910.
J Oarcla to J H Kala, not; n V
.V: ., , ' ,.. , ith0 E,l8t nni1 Mr- Wnl'lron's
3295, Kalua, Walluku, Fur VmU Mr. Wuldron Is the
. II 341, p 248. Nov 21,.tIl0 tr0 (o rolrn llnd ,,, taI1
J II Kala and wf to Konwo Pala- 0n tho development of China for pres
pala, D; Int In It P C345, kul 3295, ent nnd future trade relations.
Coney Garage Automobiles
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Antonio M Ilorges to Aldura
Gomes, J); ,0-100a of It P 7G2I, kul
2Crfi, Pahlhl, Wnlheo Maul: l, etc.
II 312, p 240. Oct 2C. 1910,
Est of Ane Paakaula hy admr to
(leorgc V D.lVle.i, I); 1-3 Int In It P
(gr) 170(1, Pnlemo, llann, Maul:
$10.',. 11342. p 241. Nov 22, 1910.
Hannah .1 Hitchcock nnd hsh (II
It) to Hllzabcth K Mover. I); pes
land, Ual.lpuc, Moloknl; $300. II
342, p 243. O t 14. 1910.
BOURBONS DROP '
i v ' 4 ? ), I r i
Satisfied wfth what lh"ey regard ns
an utHiuallflcd victory In tho major
ally election contest, the Democrats
of Oahu have practically decided to
let well enough alone. Consequent
ly tho talk of n Ilourbon contest on
the ofll es of County treasurer nnd
on the Hoard of Supervisors Is pass
ing Into dignified silence.
Tho talk of a Democratic contest
In regarded as a pure ''bluff" on the
part of the Democrats. It followed
tile ncWH that the Republican cnndl.
date for mayor, John Lane, Would
file rontest papers before the Su
preme Court. Then tho Ilourbotis
got busy with the announcement that
they wera looking Into tho election
of It. W. Shingle as treasurer of tho
county A nnmbor of witnesses wero
called before Colonel C. .1. McCarthy,
county campaign manager, and other
'of the prominent Democrats, In an
effort tcfitstaln tho hearsay charges
of bribery In conno Hon with tho
Republican campaign. They 'could
not get the necescary evidence, and
pending a decision of tho mayoralty
contest, the matter was dropped. IL
will probably stay dropped unless tho
Democrats flgura that they can stir
up dissension In the Republican
ranks by further talk of n contest.
Thrco returned travelers from vn
'rlous parts of tho world will be tho
guests of tho Commercial Club soon
at v sort of Informal "trnvologuo"
function. Tho threo nro Oeorge W.
Smith, F, W. Mnefarlann and Fred L.
Mr. Smith's travels were In tho
J great Northwest, Mr Macfnrlane'u In
tno Kust anu Mr. waldron's In (he
a Inst of
talk Is ex-
I tieated to bn tmrtlriilnrtv nnllvMAnim
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