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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR, 29, 1911.
His, Associates Remembered
On His .Transfer to
When FrnnKAltixutiilLr U ft IMunene
to take Iho iniin.iKUniTit uf Mcltiydo
I plantation, lio was presented with a
ND it shall come to pass that the waters of the mountain tops shall be
carried into the hill country so that man need not fear the want of ab'uri-
dance of water fresh, water, cool water."
It passed passed the.
Senate, passed the
House, and passed the
Governor Senate Bill
68, Act 161 providing $65,000 for the
purchase of the valuable water-shed and
rights of the Palolo Valley mountains and
the building of a large Reservoir at a 750
ft. elevation on the Palolo Hill Tract, sup
plying the rapidly-growing Kaimuki dis
trict with fresh mountain water for all
time tb come. This (.
will soon be built, and a splendid system
of piping will convey millions of gallons
WATER FALLING FKOM AN ELEVATION OF 1400 FEET THAT WILL BE DEVELOPED 0f "Liquid Gold" to the thirsty hillsides of
- FOR THE USE OF THE KAIMUKI D.STR.CT. p
these magnificent home-building anct agii
cultural lands into regions of wealth and far-surpassing beauty. With such an abundant supply of
water for Irrigation and domestic purposes amply assured by the Government, the prophesied glorious
future of Honolulu's finest residential section has come to pass.
Those who purchase now and build on our choice lots will reap the benefit of Kaimuki's establish,
ed and substantial future.
Main Office: Telephone 1659
Salesroom Telephone 3306
Branch Ofli'ce: Telephone 3208
liciiutlCul llimnrd wnUh l.y his asso
ciated mi 1 1 1 plantation, u nil cx-jin-nHlini
uf their kiiikI ylll mnl n con
Ktunt reminder lit thi'lr best wishes
for III HUCCPIM.
The ir setitntlon was n comploto sur
prist to .Mr Alexander. In mnkhiK the
Bltt, the spokesman for thu "boys"
oiir follow employes, of the Maul
Agrlcultur.il Company wish to express
to j 011 their slnceru iipprevlatlon uf
your uniform courtesy, that faithful
ness mill help that uti have shown
to them In every capacity In, which you
hnve served this plantation In tlm
twilp year you huvo been runncctcil
"It Ik a went thine to win tlm entire
CollllllellCC Of lltlb'K fellow h. It In n
greattr thins to maintain thai, cunn
dchce ns you have done tluuiiKh n
Ioiik period of 1 tutu association. Your
pride iniiKt In- Justly stirred to think
that those In authority have mIiikIci!
Sou out tn KUlile the destiny or inll
lliins of property In your new field of
effort, hut I feel ctrtuln you Imvo
more Just cause to coiiKrutulnte yoiir
Helf thnt, to a man, the Rood wishes
of nil inir associates k with you
I "In the name, of jour fellow em
pluses. I present )ou this token of
thi-lr repinl Kvery time you look nt
the time, may thli tlmepleco rrfnlnil
Mm of olil times ami nlil friends of
the Maul AKrlcultiiral Company Our
heHt nlolm Rues with ou"
Three Months' Additional Time
Granted On Dredging
Work on ilrpilchiK tlio Honolulu
harbor channel litis been postponed
tlueo montlis by tlio Standard Ameri
can DreilBliiK Company, w'hlcli has tlio
contract. , Tlio cjinpany has Just le
eched wolir tliiougli Hip local U. 3
eilRlneer's ollico that lis loipient for
tlio tlnco montlis' ilelay lias ,Ven
Tlio tcijnest was mailo becaiiio tlio"
ThiiIiIiip. tlio company'R IiIr turbine
iIiIvpii ilreilKP, U now nt work at
I'parl harbor ami bailly neeilcil tlioip,
anil It was ilcpmcil advlsabln if pos
sible to postpone tlio local 'Job until
dip I'eail harbor rush was over. A
ri.uilltlou Is attached to tlio ilel.iy
that It must bo approved liy tlio rlilef
of enlnpers, U. S. A., but tills It
Is axnectctl, will bo done ns tlie Ho
noliilti ollico bus pisscil fnvornhly on
Tlio iiostioneniPiit mpans that tlio
channel iIiciIkIiik will not stait until
Tlio navy tdlp drcdRliiR which ron
tiacl Is nlio held by tlio Standard
American Company tins nlnu heo'i
postpilned Tlio navy department hns
allow ed this on condition thnt It tlm
ilcp.it titicnt plans to send any deep
diaft csscIk here, the flips must be
dredged out at imeo, hut this Is a
matter of two or threo- days only.
So (or the preRont tho IiIr tiirblno
dredRo will slay nt Tenrl harbor
SUPREME COURT CALENDAR .
rolluwlui; are the cases which are
now on the eulendar of the Supreme
Court fur Its Slay iiesslon, ciiniineiicliiR
Aue Kaeliu vs Meeau Nameiiliihn.
.Motion to transfir record T M. Har
rison for the motion: James U Colin
Andrew I ljrli;lit vs flioman J.
Qiilnn. nxceitlons from Circuit Court,
Klrst Circuit 13 C. I'ttcrs for plaln-tirr-appellee;
(iikooii Si Wenvtr ami
C K. Qulnu for ilcfimlant-aiipcllant.
John W Wlnkclliach vs. IIuuoliilii
Amusement Co, Ltd. Appeal (rum
Circuit JuilRe, Klrst Circuit. 'I.oulu
Andrews and 'I3iiKeiiii Murphy for
lil!ilntllT-nielniit; Mhriioh & Veaer
and A. S. Jluniphreys fur ilefcnd.int
appellee Territory of Hawaii vs. Antonio
d'S.intos 13rror to District Magistrate
of I3wn Attorney-Oeneral unit Kinney,
Uallou, I'rosser tc Anderson for plain-tllT-uppellJUt
In the inattir of the Riiardlanhli of
Illldreth Castle Hitchcock, n minor.
Hcscrvcd question from Circuit JiiiIkp,
Pom til Circuit Hurry Irwin for the
KiiaiUl.in; Atloriiey-fienirnl ns iiinlciis
Alio Kiichu vs Meeau Xamealoha.
13rror to Circuit Court Second Clieult.
T, M Harrl-'ou for plnlntHT-npiicllunt:
James I,. Coke for defendant-appellee
The V H Coal I3xclmiiKt, composed
of twcut iarco Dltumlnous coal pio
diieliiK companies, lias made u coiubl
iintion with a capital of JMO.000,000
Tilt CHEAT llfNJAMIN COMfOUNU
Mal.es Now, iilth
Stomach and Liver
Cures the Kidneys,
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