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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, APR. 27, 1911.
Honolulu VIM Dearie.
lliiniilluii mini Du'rir,
ill rutting members of tne
rder are cordlKlly Invited to
''tend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd And 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' JT' "
-REKEFIC1AI AcT'-IATIOK. elation, cor.
TAWAHAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet every first and third Thurs-
iaye of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. VlBtting brothers cor
lally Invltrd to attend.
II. FOSTHR, Snchem.
E. V TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, '. 0.E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month nt
f:30 o'clock In K. of V Hall, corner
Berctanla and Vort streets.
Visiting Eagles r.re Invited to at
ci:o A DAVIS w. I.
.r c. Mccoy. Sec.
SONOLTJIU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 618, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Ilrothera are cordially
'nvlted to attend.
JAS D. DOUOHERTT, B. R.
JiEOfc T. KLUEfinL,, P.ec.
WH. McKINLEY L0DG.E. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Metes every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
r r. Kir.BKY, c. c.
K. A. JACOUSON. IC. XI. 3.
w s n tic
-Ortwc 1ltc late
Her urn. !... Uk iniii fnr tiding
ImslneHH Oi r jnlk 1 ti Klc uu
the in. nt, mul wn foil that tho cn-
dornoinentM tflxn 1 thousands of
nutlMWl cuHtomprs warrant ua In
kh I up uc leel th.it our lCHt Is
lnHtrr than tho ! -t uf otlu ta
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
0tr May &. Co.
On Display Tuesday
MILTON & PARS0N8
Hotel St., opp. Young Tel. 30831
When Building a
Put tn vour hmiftA thn mn( rnn
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For In
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
everything New Sorvice Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Jlasonlc Untitling, inriur Halt I and
Tlio best Lrnicg lit toiTii io Hi ever)
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
h T (
mm n.-aSUy iti 4cc
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bullatln telephone numbers
have not been changed with the loca-l
tloi. of the paper. They remain the I
tame as printeil In the telephone diree-l
tory Business office, 2256; editorial
Autos, $4 per hour, lewis Slablea
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Best at The l'.ncore.
(in) k mul .loo Kiiliiim s Lnpomubilo
can lip found ul tlio Auto I.Hery;
Phone IS JO
If you want a good lob done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 427 Queen St.
I W A Itedliousc, watchmaker and
Jeweler, bus reHiiincil business In tlio
JI.iKonlc Tcniilp, Alukeu street. First
class watchwork a specialty ,
The Bulletin Illustrated speclil
edition will be of much Interest to
friends, as it describes and pictures the
land you live In or are visiting.
Get our clothes mndu to jour own
measure at ready-mndo prices by
(leo A Martin, Kiiplolunl IllilK Suits
J.'O anil up
Dunn's Hat Shop will sell entire
line of flowers and foliage at 25 cents
a bunch during special sale. Hat
shapes valued at $1.00 to $3 00 priced
at only GO cents.
lohn M Lldgato has been appoint
ul In Governm Fienr tn be n member
of i he Paclnc-I'jimma Commission, as
prmldeii for b. resolution of the leg
islature The Daughters of Hawaii will hold
llielr iiiiiuial meeting at tlio homo of
Miss Agnes Mclntyre, Ilerelanl.i St,
on Saturday, April 29, at 3:30 p in.
A full attendance la requested.
In tlio cane nf Frank II Craig, thu
lalior recruiter, pending In tlio Sn
prrme Court on habeas corpus pro
ceedings. It was stipulated this morn
Ing Hint the case wilt stand unbuilt'
led on briefs, tlio court reserving tlio
light to rail for oral aigumcnt if it
poiishlpts it necessary
On Mav 111 Superintendent of Pub
lie Works Complied will auction off
the wrought Iron gates In the fence
of tlio Central (Irniiituar School tlio
fence to he removed In accordance
with ipsolutlon of the Legislature
Tint place was once the home of
Pilncess Ruth and the gates arc ex
pected to bring a good price
Mntthow Stevvait,, declared a VHg
rant by the iicillce department wns
given n ten da) aentenccrliy District
Maglstrali Lytnor at police court
this niornlng. Mattticws had been
caught soliciting aims on Honolulu's
arteries of cotvrnorco an?i his pres
ence had b'coiue n iiulsnnco to ped-
I'Y'lniiH -p.issliiR along down town
The third game of the Y. M C A.
k Kallhl Basket Hall seilcs will bo
plaved tills utenlug Instciil of I'rl
d.i) evening (laiiie being t.et one
dn ahcifil of ttmo on account of (ho
High School entertainment nnd I'n
latn.1 exhibition both which take
plneo I'YIday night Tlio gamo starts
at S r, clock ar the Kallhl Mission
Next lihhc to be plaved at tho Y M
C A Thursday May Ith
The Teriltnrlnl Senate esinlillshed a
rtcrrd for the upper houio of tho I.eg
Iftlnture In llu number of Its hilts sign
ed b the tjincrnor at the session Just
(tord. Sixty -live of the one hundred
nli'l thirty -live bills Introduced In the
S ii i to wire signed by the Governor, a
IiUIit percentage of evrutlvo npprov
ils than obtained liv Hie Senile at any
pi ev Ions session of the Legislature
The total number nf nets for the
"f Ion is olio hundred and Mxtl -debt
Tho filial lecord of the Senate shows
that the upper house was quito liberal
with the tabling motion when It cam
I to action on measures from tlio House
l orty-tliree Mils were tniiliil, and tlireo
were Indefinitely postponed.
The general rcford of the Senate
shows much accomplished in (be way
of progressive legislation, tun nfulint
i ire generally considered to be the
I most iiupoitaut nionsyieM of the ses
1 kid bav luui orlgtunleil In the uppir
i The s hoot lull, drafted tij tlmsdinol
fund toiuinbslon, appointed by leso-
i billon of Hie session of 1509, wits In
trnduiel in the Senate, nnd tho thor
ough discussion nnd consideration that
it ifcelvetl In the uppir hoiuu went
a long way toward assuring Its pass
age and approval by tho (lovernor
Tlio riilrihlldlatid resolution, which
memorialises Congress to amend tho
Organic Act so as to withdraw all do
vtlopcd agricultural lands from the op.
ration of tho homostcndlug law for a
is i tod or fitly e.iis, also made Its first
uppenraiKo In the Semite
Aliol her Senate bill that will have a
I irui bearing upon tin future dew lop
no nt of tho Tcrillory is the ail tre
altug an Immigration il'pnrtuiciit on
souk what new lines, providing ma
tilbury for lite iisslslanio of tho new
comer to the country who wishes to
settlo on tlio Innd
Tlio lloiiso hills tnble'd by tho Sen
ate weni, to the niajoi lly of cases, of
(oinpnnitlioly minor Importance Tim
IliM illicit primal v loll was among ihn
local uios tiihlid by tin Senate, but It
bid i passid the Towse substitute.
Hilar flotiM! lulls Hint appini tin the
molds as being luhled In the Senate
wue tovereil by Miibsiiiutn measures
dialled liv the Judl iary tommltleoof
llu uppir house
Tho H.ile ol the art collection of Iho
late. Kobeit I'oe, New York printing
pi ess builder, netted $608,816,
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
SAILORS BAHLE FOR UNIONISM
AND LAND IN THE TOILS
Schooner Slatlc Is Prevented From Sailing Because of Free-For-AII
Three Arrests Made Koan Maru Cleared for
Formosa Inter-Island Steamers Carry Spaniards to
Threo sailors, II. Henry. O Tim
ber ntul K (1 Scotl. who nro alleged
by the police as Instigators of n free
for nil light Letween the non-union
crew secured fi Captain Soncrud of
tho American schismcr It. C Sl.ule
and a crowd. of union sailors tiro now
under arrest and pending mi Imiulrv
before the Federal Grand .lury, aro
InimitCR of tho City and County J.ill
A llcrcc flght occurtcd near the
upper end of tin) Hallway vvhatf last
night In which one member of tho
Slnilo crow nt least received an ugly
knlfo wound, alleged to have been Iti
lllctcil by Scott.
Scott was brought hefoio Hip Hnlf
pd States District Attorney this niorn
lng wearing a highly dlscoloied op
tic, besides showing marks of c(in
lllct iikiii his face and body. '
The affiav occurred In tjjf neigh
boring lumber vnrd At otic time It
Is declined nearly t,wr"ity-nvo jiuitl
cipatilH weie involved In tho combat
Tho larger nnwVfcr sutcceded tn nink
lng lhelr.c?p.ipc before Captain Nell
run, ami a sipiad of jmiIIco olllcerh
aiiieared on tho scene
Tho schooner Sladc was made ready
for sea yesterday. Tho crew had been
picked up hero and was aild for tint
main part to have been mad" up ol
Makura Here In the Morning.
A wireless received nt tho nlllcc of
T. II. Davles and Company roprr-
MMitltiK the C.inadt.tn-AUMtr.illan lino
announces (bo arrival of tlio Meame
Mnkitr.i nt Honolulu on or about
eight o'clock tomorrow morning. Tlio
vessel Is coming from Victoria and
Vancouver nnd Is understood will
leave a number of cabin passengers
at tho port. It Is the present Inten
tion Io give the steamer a piompt dis
patch to Australia. The .Niakura will
bo gjven about ten tons or trans
shipped cargo anil supplies for Fan
ning Island. This freight was left
hero by Hie Ze.ilandla.
(innd Weather and ll.nl.
Captain Vt'ecdon, master of the Mai
son Navigation steamer I.urllne, wire
lessed In at 9 o'clock last night that
tho vessel was steaming 30S miles off
tho port In tho direction of Sail Fran
cisco mid bucking strong northeast
wIikIh mul heavy seas. Another wire
less message, vraa received at tlio
sumo tlino by C'nMlo & Coolie from
Captain Johnson of the Wilhclinina,
who reported everything lovely with
tho Matson flagship hailing (hiougli
uuiooth bouK nnd model nln northeast
winds noth vosiicls nrc utiryiug a
number of pnsseligeia Io Ibe coast an
well ua largo cargoeB of sugar
South llaj mi Murine Itallivii).
Tho tmblno ilredgei South Hay has
again gone, oh tho local inailno lall
Vvuy fur additional tepalis Tho
Smith Hay will ho renicinbcied as
having sailed from llounliilii some
ilayH ago but after several hours'
(.teaming in tho direction of San
Diego, the dlMcnoiy was liudo that
sevcial scams had opened It was
then decided to put hack for repairs.
Tills Is tho sciond time, that tho
South Hay has gone on tho marlno
railway within the past fuw weeks
Manchuria Here Tomorrow Morning.
Fiom Oriental iiorts Hie I'ncltle
Mall Htoanicr Manchuria with 1400
tonri general cargo Is duo to arrive off
tho port by ten o'clock loniortnw
mbinlug. Tlio vriRsel Is reported (iub
room ror stvcnty-Ilve additional cab
in passengers rioni this port. The
Mauchuila will itobahlv be dispalcli
oil for tlio cciBMi nn Saturday muni
lng At Iho office or II II lekrelil iitid
CoiiiiMiu neaily hevenlv pih.songe s
huvc hooked fm Kan linnoltco
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont RoufliJ Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
' ( Schlitz Beer
Ship Tryc Made Quick Passage.
Tlio American shin William I
I'rye. an arrival this moiiilng camel
llnwti from San I'taiiclsco In clipper
time Tho etsel v.ns thlrlccn days
In making the p.issag The Frjo
comes here to load sugar for the I
Sugar Factors Coinpinv which cargo
will he dispatched for Now York by
the wnj of Capo Horn
Hyadea on the Sound.
According to tvdvlcs received nt
tho agency of Castle nin' Cooke tho
Matson Nnvlgallon f.rlglilei Jlyai'ca
has arrived at Se.itllo Tliln vessel
llrst dlschiiiKi'il a shipment of Ha
waiian sugar at Saw Fi.iticlsco icfln
crles. The Hjailcn Is loidlng gen
oral ctrgii for Ibe Islands.
Coronado May Sail on Sunday.
It Is cxpootud Dial the shipment
of sugar will he In the barkeiillii"
Coionado by Hunilaj and that vessel
will get away for Han Fianrisco. Tho
Coronado will cany about a half doz
en passengers in addition to tho car
go Virginian Is En'OUtf.
Tho Amcrlcan-llnvvallan steamer
Virginian duo to arilvo nt Honolulu
from Sallna Cruz vln ports on or
about May l$th Is retsirled to have
sailed from San Diego for San Fran
Kukui Back from Island Ports,
Completing work at several Islanl
poits, tho United Slates lighthouse
lender Kukul Is hack after about a
week's absence. Tlio vessel arrived
Ibis morning ami went alongside her
old berth nt tho Naval wharf.
Hllonlan Olf for Sin Francisco.
Advices received at Iho ngencv of
Casllo and ('(Hike aio to tho effect
that tho Matson Navigation steamer
Hllonlan sailed from Kahiilul foi S.m
l'inncisco todav Tho vessel tarries
shipments of Island sugar.
Andrew Welch on the Berth.
C llicttci and Company have been
advised that Iho barKcutlno Atidtew
Welch Is on the berth nt San Fi.in
elsco to load general cargo for Hono
lulu and ma be expected to sail for
the Islands within a week.
Honolulan Sailed for the Islands.
The Matson Navigation steamer
llnnoliihin li.ii sailed for tho Islands
nnd is due to atilvo at Ibis pint on
Mav .In I 'I ho vosEnl Is experlcil to
hi ing a Lugo general cargo as well is
a number of ctbln paitscngcrj.
Hyadcs on the Sound.
The latent ndvlccs cnncornlng Iho
movement!! of tho Matson Navigation
Bte.iinei llv.ulcs'is to the effect that
tho vessel will sail from Scattlo for
Honolulu on Aptll 29th.
Nippon Maru Sailed for Honolulu.
Aeconlltig to Into cables (ho Tojci
Kiscn Kalsha liner Nippon Maru
sailed fiom San Francisco for Hono
lulu .In pan ami China porta at one
o'clock jtstorday afternoon
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Thursday, April 27.
SAN CltANClSCO Sailed April 27
S S llonolulnu, foh. Honolulu
CHINA WOULD 'ENTER
VICTORIA. I) O,. April 15, News
was ircelvoii ,fmin Shanghai by tho
Avva Mam that tho Pckllig govern
ment hid ordored Iho rnnsti action
of a number of mci rlisnt steamers
In dorm Hi) tn slnij several I'acltlc
Hues hoi ween China and California
and between China ami Austialla
PACT NOT KEPT
IS THE CHARGE
(Continued from Page 1)
was reiiipseiited during tho closing
days of the Loglslaltuo In Iho Capitol
building nnd Unit Intimations welo
mailo Hint the committee wished
Campbell's salary to bo continued
minus tho cut.
However, there Is another side Io
the matter, according to the discus
sion, nnd that is that CampbcH'a let
ter wns drawn forth by a letter from
the cypciitlvo coinmltteo nskliig him
fnr tho support of his department
Chairman A T) Cooper, of tho 'oin
tulltec, when asked this morning its
to tho matter, said:
"The Republican executive commit
tee enjoja friendly relations with Mr
Caiupboll, who as n head of u de
partment, was entitled to tho usual
support given by tho members of n
l-oghdiituio to I'll ndmliilstrntloii nt
the aattie party alllllatlon So far as
Mr Campbell's salary Is innceriied,.lt
Is to be presumed that the legislature
fixed II ul an amount which tn its
Judgment Is cominensiiiate with tho
responsibilities attached to his olllce
"Thp'iwecutlvo committee of neces
sity Iiiim frequent communications with
heads of departments nnd of (ho gov
ernment ofllcl.ils relating In matters
of palinnage nnd oilier suliJectR of In
terest to the paity, but these cnni
imiiilcnllotifl often contain subjects
Involving coiilldenceH mid It Is un
usual fur the coinmltteo to mak" miy
of these lettets public"
WILL BE SPENT
(Continued from Page 1)
motley that ionics within the control
of the simitar) commission being Iho
sums Unit lire needed for Its expenses.
The districts that are considered ab
solute menaces to the health of tlio
community will be taken up nt onco by
the members of the Hoard of Health,
and deilnltn plnus made fnr thn ex
pending of the sums Hint nro mailo
available under Hie special KBO.OOOnp
proprlatlon The opinion of the snn
Itary commission, however. Is expected
tn iinvo considerable Influence nt all
times lipcnuse nf tlio practical mul ex
pert! need men who havn been tunned tn
TIip Hoaiil of Health now lias the!
power nnd ample funds tn carry out
an) plans of rehabilitation that urn
lieeessnry The powers over food prod
ucts ore made more absolute than ever.
and n campaign wilt lie Inaugurated,
that Is rxpeeted to free Honolulu ab
solutely from dbeavo ilangerous to the ,
Kctitrnl health of the conimunltv nnd
tn Improve Hie general sanitation of
tho city for all time
POI SHOPS NOW
COME INTO LINE
Supervisor McClcllan, representing
the committee on hcnlth and sanita
tion. Food Commissioner lllanthard
and several oflleers havn eonipleled a
roiiinl nf inspection of Hie nuitie rous
pel shops mid factories in tho city nnd
county of Honolulu.
,u a result of the visit It was found
Hint ll tint shop at Mollllll hail com
piled with the new regulations, mul
after making a few minor iilteratleuis
tills csliibllshiiK nl will be permitted to
The illy and lounty hiallh author!
tie-s are insistent upon a rigid (iiforce
ineiil of the new ordinances pertaining
to such establishments
Inrge pern ntnge have lemnlned
chiseil pending tho refilling of their
Cliiugt'd with obtaining hums of
mono) fiom Ii listing hackmeii
tin (High Iho Hashing or a check, a
Koican, who Is enrolled on tho police
blotter as Kim Is now, undergoing an
Inlcringutlon at the hands of tho do
Chief MeDufllo plnced Kim iindT'
at rest this mottling after it had heuu
illbccivpied Unit ho Ik Hio nuin allow
ed lo havo sec u led siihslautlal
amoiintH of mono) fiom a nuinbei of
complaining hack drivers in the ellv
'Iho motlioil purKiteil by tlio Koiciiu
was In engage a iiack, visll some uii
complolcil hiilldiug, Icavo tho vehicle
soon lo i et in n to the hack with tho
declarittlon that ho was a contractor
ami wished to pay off ono of his men
cmplujcd upon tlio Job
Tho Inirkmini wan then offei'eil u
check which Iho bogus pontine tui dp
sired ho cashed. If tho money vvtu
lorlhcoiiilng tho Korean would os
tensibly disappear liTllio building
again, mid Mint vyoa genorall) tlio last
seen of hlui bv' the coiiflillng Jehu
Sevotnl Insltiuces nro reiioiteel vvlteiu
a similar touch was inado,
W t c k 1 j B n 1 1 c 1 1 n fl per year,
TbrMicTiQlinancI all otWEnvelopes
j liMasv 1
IN STOCK BY
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
) Honolulu, OaliUi Territory of Hnwall
(Continued from Page t) .
transfer! lug Hlihmouil to another
In regard to Mrs Coinpton, Ibeboird
siis that there have been nets by this
It ac her bordering on Insubordination,
anil that there has been a lack of
harmony In the teaching forte for
Which she was to a large extent ic-l
sponsible, nnd tier transfir to another
scnooi wouiii no lor me nt'si iiiicrrsis
of tho service
Aeconlltig lo Superintendent Pope,
the schools to which the two princi
pals In the Illlo trouble will be sent
lias not been decided upon ns )ct
Neither lllehniond nor Mrs Coinpton
iiuilil Is routiil this afteriKion to get a
statement from Ihcin as lo what the1)"
thought of the Dialings of the e-oinnils-slnncrs
I'ldef ittuir Me I initio and his men
have been i e sponsible for the convic
tion of iniiiiv Oriental gamblers at tho
District ('unit dm lug the month ol
As a result of the sue'ccsslnn of raids
made iigalnst the ginning genii), the
city mid county colTiis bine already
Itc-oii enrttbeil to the tuno of over J1C00
thus far this month
It Is snld that the amount rcillottod
hi lines finni gambleis Is far III ex
cess nf Unit In mi) mouth for a )eur
Thus fnr this vveel, the ile ti'cllve hu
ll nil has In e ii responsible for the ar
rest unit eonviilloli of mall) sixty
giimlileis in Hie lower court.
BISHOP AND BETHEL
Filler direction of the lbNiise of Itep-
lesi nlallves,' work Is ordeieil on tho
liniueilnntp extension of llettiet ttreet
mid of lllsliop sticet Irom llcretiiuhi to
The I louse took a lln'il fling lit Hie
siipeiiuti inlent of public works last
lilUit In passing the resolution dlreet
Ing the worl iiImivi' It was-sliitid Hint
tin l.iglslatuie en ih i ed the sutiie thing
two viarsuno hut Hint Superintendent
Campbell hud failed In ohc), mul It
win suggestul Hint It would be u good
thing. If he we're lo be told that he'd
bittei enny euit orileis this time
Whoioupim with tills Inst kick, follow
ing it scries that has been ileftl) nd
mhilslcrcd to the supcilntcndciil
Ihroiiglioiit the session, tho 1 louse
passed the i osolutlou, iiud now It's up
to Campbell '
CRUELTY THE CHARGE.
A .Iipuncso drive i named Kawamoto
was assessed a fine of nine dollars mid
one dollar point costs, having been
eoiuliteil lids morning upon a ibarg
or cineltv to animals 'Die Japanese)
Was placed lllldl I line si bv Olllcu M
A Swin for ill Iv Ing n hoise that wni
literati) invcred vvltli holes.
Nt man iloiuiiitK.es olllet seekers
innie bitterly than the fi How who has
Just lost a political Job
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
The majority of motor'
ists throughout the ivorld
are satisfied users of
h Michelin Inner Tubes.
They are the best judges.
for 7 cn ffoiing
i thu iiXs lildilJlltl ,,,
NEW -. TODAY
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
t'nder and by virtue of u certain
Will or t:eelllloil Isvtlill b) the Honor
able William I. Ul.ltlle), Se-cond Judge
or the I'lreull Com I of the I'll Hi I'll -cult,
on the 271b day of Apill. A D
ltHI, ill tile matter of Associated Oa
rage, Limited, n corporation, I'liiiutirf,
vs. Jorilou A Slivn, DcrcMidmit; James
Illekuell. Audllur of Hie City and
Count) ot Honolulu, Garnishee, mid
numbered 1,. 72111. Jteg 3-S5R, for tlio
sum of Seven Hundred and Five and
Sfi-100 (trust.:,) Dollars, I did, on Up'
J'tli da) or April, A. D 1011, make a
demand on Jorilou A. Sllvn, Defend
ant, for payment ot snld Judgment us
stnti d above, mid having fulled to torn
ply Willi such demand, I did, on tho
;7tli elav of April, A D 11)11, levy upon,
nnd shuH nlTcr mul expoee for sale mid
sell at public nut lion to Hie highest
bidder, so much nt tlio pfopcrl) her, -liuifter
rofeircd lo us nin)' be neces
s.ny to snllsf) the said Writ of Hc
cutloii lit the I'll) Auction llootus,
.Men hunt street, Honolulu, City mul
Count) of Honolulu. Tcrrltnrj of Ha
waii, at 11' o'lloek noon or Moiid.i).
the 2ith ilnv or Ma. A D t!H1. nil
or the right, title nnd Interest, ot the
sold Jordon A. Sllvn, Di'fe nil.iot. lit and
to the rollowlng proicrt) of the ib
femlint unless tlio sum due under snld
respective Writ ot Hxei'utlon, together
with interest, costs mul my Tee and
expenses, are previously paid
l'ltOIT.UTV TCI III SOLD
1 All or Lots :t, t, .' and r. In
IlloeK It. KnLuluiil Trait. Kallhl. Ilo
liiilulii. ilesirlbed as fcillouH. Hi gin
ning at tlie west corner of Lot 1 lllink
1 1, bedug the south corner of Lot 1,
llloik II, mul running a rollows
1 N 01 01' H, 100 rcct tilling Lots I
mid 2. Illoek 14; -
5 S is" r,1' H, son reet along Lots
1.'. 11. in mid 0, lllock It;
2 S 2X r.'J' J, 200 reel along Lots
I N. 2S" f.'i' W. 21)0 reel along Kind
K to Initial point.
Area, 20,000 se rt. Pari or Apmi
2. It. P 2f.li'.i. 1 (' A fiir.n lo Kiiiiini
hfii no Mih'Iiiiiiiiii. being the pietulsei
described III deed or W It C.nlle.
Tn site to Jorilou A Hllva; reionleil
In Hook -'SI, i lfi
2 All or that certain Iciisiliolil or
prendes on Pniielibowl slieet. Auwu
liilhuu. Honolulu, being base from
Kaplolunl to I'rnnclsca da Trinldiiile,
ibitcd November 10, 18'17, Nuniiiered
1.17. and assigned to said .loiilnn A
Sllva 1 1) assigiiuiiul recoided In Hook
till, tinge 210 ,
Pureed 1 above mentioned H subji e t
to n iniutgngc of $ inn, dated iigust
21, t'10'i, tn lYcll Htowu, (iuiiidi.iii of
Malv Mhe Portel, lecolitcil In HemlO
;I2'J iikh l'lx
Ti I ins Cash In Hulled Slates gold
D.itid. Honolulu. Citv and County of
IIiiiiiiIuIii, Tetrltoiy nf Haw ill, this
27th day or April, A D 1011
High Mii-ilir. Tenltnry of Hawaii
1013 Apr 27; May 13, 27.
Young man of good exliicatlon with
iiiiiii) )i'iirs of clerical oxpe rlence In
first - e hiss Diiiopean comitiiielal
In uses mid Ainirlcnii iiillwav ollli's
wants postton at oine Address "T
V", this oltiee 4!Ht-lt
Twent) four Stntes Ii ive so far int
llled the Federal liiioiuo tax ainend
iiient. eleven having rejocteel It and
eleven having )et to voto on the eiies
tlon Thlrty-llvo States nro necessary
to Its ratification