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REWARD FOR ORGANIZATION LOYALTY
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KAMS, TAKES LEAD-RED MEN NEXT
IN STARR PIANO CONTEST
Abe Had Arm Out
If It la true Hint "Abo" Attell In-
i lured tils left arm in the fourth round
DESHA JUMPS FROM FAR
DOWN LINE TO FIFTH
Balloting Brisk Before the Count Saturday Organization
Workers Casting Almost As Many Votes as
Did the Trip Contestants .
Kumohumcha Alumni lends In tlio
llrst count of tlio oifinnlzatlon plnno
contest. Friends and members hnv
Iiir cast nlniont olc.ht thousand moro
prefcronro votes tlinn nny other or
panlnitlon. Tho nlumnl wants nnd
needs the tilnno and tho members dc
claio they nro Bolnn to ballot llko
this until tho contest ends. Hut tho
votes cnat for tho other organization
candidates show that they will not
h.ivo tho "Held to themsolvos.
lied Men Slrnim nt Second.
The Hcd Men came In strong Sat
urday nnd planked down enough sub
scription orders to put them second
mid near enough to tho leading Kn
mehainchns to keep workers of cith
er organization from being over con
fident. Tho preference votes cast for
tho other organizations receiving
votes Indicates that thcro aro to bo
six or soven or moro working for tho
.Some Trip CiintcMiints Spring
Tho voting of tho trip contestants
Saturday, whllo not so spectacular
as tho start n week or so ugo, was
brink nevertheless. Mrs. Lewis eas
ily held her big fifty thousand lend,
but McTlgho Jumped from sevornl
phircs dou n the lino to second, which
lie secured by a vote of near to twen-
. ty-llve thousand. Miss Nelllo Wong
moves up to third placo from sixth,
sho having only a hundred votes to
glo her tho lead ovor Manuel Peter,
who gained second ut tho first count.
Desha to 1'lflli.
Ono of thq homy voters Saturdayi
and perhaps a suiprlso In most of
tho other contestants, Is Wm. Dosha,
of tho well known Illlo family. He.
advanced from an obscure position
near tho bottom of tho lino to fifth
place, by casting moro than thirty
thousand votos. This sudden Jump
, shows the fallacy of being confident
about anything In contestB. A few
days voto-gettlng Is apt to bring many
thousand votes and those, who gain
a position nnd do not work again, un
til some ono secures their former
standing, lnso Just thnt much time,
that tho othor eandldntcs tnko advant
age of. What happened to every can
didate below first placo yesterday,
who was forced down n jiolnt instead
of gnlnlng one, Is ns npt to happen
In a few counts lo potno ono who
has n lead that It appears to ho Im
possible to overcome Someono wny
down at tho bottom of the lino who
has only u fow votes may move to
first placo as suddenly nnd easily ns
did Desha to fifth,
('el Votes for Promises.
Trust not In your standing of to
day hut prcparo to resist ovcry at
tack. If you aro among tho leadors
It is right enough to hold votes In re
serve, hut havo tho votos, not prom
ises. You cannot cast promises nt
sumo future count when you aro
losing prcBtlgo by going, down tho
candidate lino Instead of up. Collect
your subscriptions nnd turn thorn In
and hold tho ballots In resorvo when
It does not upponr well to cast them.
If your total Is sninll voto nil you hnvo
until you hnvo n crcdltnlilo showing.
Another count will bo inndo on noxt
Thursday nnd tho results published
tlio day following.
Do not hcsltato about asking ones
contest man Is at tho II u I lo 1 1 n of
fice for. If you are an orgnnizntloti
worker and do not thoroughly under
stand tho voto Issue or anything clco
nbout this double contest, call at tho
11 it 1 1 o 1 1 n nnd tho Information will
bo Bladly furnished.
Uso good Judgment In casting bal
lots. Suppose you lead tho list, do
P "05, rents, etc, Alen, nwa, Oahuj 2
pes land, rents, etc, Fort St, Hono
lulu, Oahu: 11500. 13 301, p 3. I'cli 25,
Mary II Dowllng and hub (J J) lo
H Tolilmasn, D; R P 339 and np 1, It
P 247, Kahuku, Koolautoa, Oahu; (ISO
II 342. p 300. Mnr 14, 1011.
Allco Illncknelt to T Aklyninn, C M
n -.. t .1 tiAnrlnm 1 ill nttmlilln tnftilfil 1
No 6378. Ter of Hawalli J2250. B 351.' ' ''J8 " Mll "" ?
ii 5. Apr IB, 1911. tlonal Sporting Club, Philadelphia,
May It Dowllng nnd hsli CJ J) tol ,"" "uimic ., muu im uh.,
tho order. Toll people about your- 3 TcntKt etc, Puunul Tract, Honolulu, i bed of the credit of n clean-cut victory
Belt and why you aro working for tho dnhu; j600. B 342, p 352. Apr 17. ! over tho veteran featherweight. Hut
piano. It will appeal to all and ea- 1911. ccn In tho first four rounds Uurns
peclally to tho many members who, First American Snvs & Tr Co of' slintlctl him on points, though Attell
nro lMng In sonio other part of tho Hawaii Ltd to Oeorgo II Carter, D; i Rot in ,lc mr(jei. knocks. Tho Jersey
lots 47, 4, y ami ou. ..... ..um.. c, b plainly nervous In the
Tract. Honolulu. Oahu-. S1S00. I. ".jopcynlnroundgt BJ dMp0 tha ad.
p 353. Apr IB, Ulli llrn nf lil rnni4 lnlli.il on lin.lni.
Kaineolnnl Vlcrrn anil nsn uu ,,.'"""' "
photographs showing Interior or ex
terior vlows of jour mooting places.
Wrllo a short, Interesting history of 0f0rBe u carter. D; lots 41 and 4C. blk"ttIo bnntnm from Jersey City Is rob- MrJ c(la, Aka(J
Islands. They will want to help out
tho organization they wcro so mty-h
Interested In, In somo past year or
yonrs. Attend to this at onco. Con-
Name. Occupation P. O. votes.
I Mrs. E. H. Lewis Honolulu 110,536
I Wm. McTlfjhe, Bookkeeper Honolulu 48 6J8
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu 43,438
Battle at Philadelphia When Manuel Peters, Menenger Service ..Honolulu 43.253
wm. r. uctna, oiuaeni ,,iii.h.m -.--
J. E. Goeas (at Lew & Co.) Honolulu 36.735
Wm. L. Peterson. Notary Public Honolulu 35,462
John Lelle, Student Paukaa, Hllo 31,779
Mrs. H. S. Overend, Teacher Honokaa 23,300
Miss Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper.. .Walluku 19.130
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu 15,936
Goo, Sims, Collector Honolulu 13,851
MIm Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu u.bju
Walmea 12 582
D. K. Sheldon
E. D. Qulnn, Mlllman
Miss Isabel Kelley, Teacher
Mlis Edith Fetter, High School.
T. B. Lyons Walluku
Mlts Alleen Gorman Honolulu
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu
i . t. i. Mr.nin.. r: Int In n P tho clever Attell. Tho latter was not .. . ,, ,.,!'' ' iri,,i, . 7.684
test time Is growing short. Help oth- m7 ku, g4B2i lul wnu, Knhnnn. Koo-j as active as usual nnd the belief was ,. na6',nuem A.oren'tiee Honolulu 6 821
nd fr. !.! ,-ml In nlhlt, H-np.la hnln . ...-- Ai-... I.I I. I.h.I. .Imni. '..n,...! II..I Iia ln.1 miiAh f 1.1b Bh. -will, ,, nuuMyuv,, n,.p ,. I, vi-
era to help you. In other words help luiilo.i, Oahu: Int In lands, Knhann, general that ho lost much of his speed
the contest editor to Inspire Interest Koolnoloa, Oahu; J130. II 342. p 305,. and stamina by reducing his weight
In your cause.. Apr 17, 1911.
Rr.Alsi Nntlr,. . Recorded April 19, 1911.
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11.11111 1UI11K" li kka u i, . . ...
to 118 pounds ringside. It was At
tell's first battle since Ills scrap with
Kllbnnc In tho West some weeks ago,
UitlidnvlliAvn BnM.lIni In n.umflnl. In
UUUCl.. ,-( nv....... ... ,,..j...w..7 . ,f ...,, .,
tho Hullo tin must always men- l "','"..".'. Vein' iio nurM..'11 ho Injured tho nrm that went
tlon tho name of tho Individual trip "J1"11,0ah"' ,640, B "8' P "D' Mar,back on him Inst night. During his
contestant and tho organization con- ' 'y, Patten to Trs of Oahu Col-' training tho past week It gave him
testant, they wish to voto for, as all ),,,.,, j. t 2, blk B, College Hills, Ilo-'somo trouble, but ho declared It to
ballots nro filled out before leaving nolu'lu, Oahu; 1420. II 347, p 133. Mar bo strong enough to do battlo with
offlco. You can hold back tho bal- 20. 1911. I young Master Mums.
(. . . . .. . . .. t... ... X T1 ..n.. I ... ... .. .. ...
not put In too many tes but hold lots as long ns you wisn. Always ua. u uirs. u, ..- . " """"' 1 Alieir-i iinninrnp lens in r.ignni.
siaio wneuier you wiuu iiiu tuiva '. "- - - - - 1 it wnn uui uuiii inu enu ui inu
cast or returned to you. 0nlm: 10001 " 34- p 3!M!- Apr eighth that tho report spread through
Kery subscription payment made 19' young to Trs of Oahu Col- llle club thnt Attc" hni1 Injured his
on or slnco March 28th entitles tho . ... . , Mk 6 rolleco Hills. ,ett nrm- 'n ln,B round Burns lnnded
pajcr to votes for n trip contestant nnnnliiln Oahu: 1500. n 347, p 135. on him nt will, Bcorlng about fifty
thorn In reserve for somo moro criti
cal content period when you will need
to mnko 11 great showing to gain
somo coveted contest support. Con
test voting 1; ono of tho most Im
portant things In securing success.
Names Not Withdrawn.
Slnco tho first count tho names of
nil tho candidates havo not been I organization contestant. Present rO'
Every payment mado on or slnco APr uji. I times to head and body, Jabbing,
. . ...... ...,,- .,.- ... ... .. .. . v., a n t. ..J. , ,. ...1.1. 1...I.
April aia eiumes uiu payer " iuivs n uamano 10 i- iiijyni", 1 . - hiukkhik nuu upiiorcuiiiiiB wnu uuiii . . M M . .,,,.
for both a trip contestant and an clal powers. D 336. r! 484. Aug 10. i,amlB Atte)i nndng only once. Just " .."-". ., ' . e.' PP""110"
printed dally as was tho cno before.
It Is not likely that they ever will
again but tho names are not with
drawn from tho contest. All aro still
eligible, nnd ns soon as votes nro
cast for any of thoni thoy will ap
pear In tho list with tho other voto
goiters. Hut space Is too limited to
permit tho dally publishing of tho
long list of nominations. To get your
namo publlMicd and to appear as an
active candidate,, all that Is nccos
sary Is send in votes.
Nominations at any Time.
Tho nomination coupon will not bo
run dally any longer but this doo3
not mean that nominations can not
still bo sent In. Nominations of or
ganization or trip candidate can b$
made nt ,any tlmo during the con
test, 1'rom tlmo to tlmo tho nomin
ating coupon, will'apiioar In tho pi
per, but If It does not appear at tho
tlmo when jou want tho blank wrltu
out tho nnmc, nddrcss, nnd oecujia-
llon on a pleco of paper niid send to
usj It will count for the 5000 nomin
ating votes as if on a regular cou
pon. Names of candidates when first
nominated will bo printed' for ono
tlmo and then not again until they
recolvo voles at somo count.
Send Us Pictures.
AetUo candidates who want to re
mind their former acquaintances
should not lietltato In Bending us pho
tographs. If you haven't 0110 get ono;
1910. before tho bell. Tho crowd hissed tho
I Kekumano Knolelo (w) to Klinlll vniornn fnr lit. tnelf nf nellnn nn,l
of "ore (w). p: nps , 2 ""'' ' " .!. yelled to Hums to put him out. But
celptB and votes will bo Issued.
ueiui'iiiui-r jou b;i k" ob - . - -. . ,,.ii n
votes If you pay or havo paid our "" ""' : ' ' 395 Apr 19, 1911. . tho ninth nnd tenth, Attell used
your subscription since April 27th; KnhnIcwa"' Kalapa nnd wf to . 1.' only IiIb right, nnd nt that gave Burns
ono for a trip candidate, nnd anoth- MCcandlcss, D; Int In It P 4387, kul tho time of his life, although tho lat
er for an organization candidate. An Bt nu innd, Knhnnn. Koolaulon. ter outpointed him. Following n
equal number of votes ns given in Oahu; Int In lnnds. Knhann. Koolauloa, fierce mlxup, In which Burns ralnod
tho stnndlng voto schedule aro issu- Onhu; J130. II 342, p 401. Apr 10, blows on tho crouching Attell, tho
,l tn l.nll, MD11
Trl.wPklJ ennt will l,n mado on' W 13 Unwell to J Harris Mackenzie,
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, be- i TjW'" Z? SThu
I....M ..1,1. . m...Jn rri,A r. .". .., ..., -----
nlllllilln. mill llVAt Aiiuicituj, uu .1
Btiltn of theso counts will be pub
.fn 1 44a n isa Inp Tfl 11111
1WU. i. o.w. i -.-.. - ... - . I .. M . Th.n l.n r,,ot.n.1 nt Altnlt
Henry Kahnawlnul to Henry nier- """. -"v.. .. .....u ..w .......
Ilshcd on Moncjay, Wednesday nnd hemac Trust Co Ltd, tr. D; 488 si ft
Friday. Ballots Intendod for these 0f R P 1700. kul 31. Vlnryurd St. Ho-
counts Bhotld ho In tho nulla tin nolulu, Oahu; 12500. B 342, p 4us.
odlco by 4 o'clock of tho day tho Apr 19, 1011.
count Is made. I Charles M Cooko Ltd to Honolulu
VJ"" .: 2L? Zs n.orT20 n,n1 V2, I..M
nod organization candidates separate PT
nnd do not roll tho votes. Send thorn
In, In envelopes with tho nainoofthui
Farm Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; St.
342, p 404. Apr 17, 1011.
Miss Carolyn Scholti, Teacher Walluku 6 767
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 6,502
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson, Millinery Honolulu 6,425
A. 8. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu 6,343
Mlts Mollle Thomas Hllo 6347
Eugene Capellas Hakalau 6,250
Mlts Irene Kalal, Student Hllo 6 273
Mlts Eltle Alama, Student Honolulu 6,206
Geo. Dwlght, Clerk Honolulu 6,185
Harry Hapal, Water Werkt Clerk... Hllo 6.163
Miss Eva Gontalves Honolulu 6,153
David B. Sllva Honolulu 6,124
Mlts Ellen Danlelt, Clerk Kahulul 6,100
Tothlro Kurltanl Honomu 6,098
Mlts Elizabeth Ting Walluku 6,085
Mlts Mary Hattle, Teacher Hanapep 6,054
Frederick L. Zoller K'm 6,052
Wm. Hala, Student Hana 6,045
Harold Godfrey, Student Honolulu 6,023
Bertha Kau Kapaa 6,021
James 8. Achong Nahlku 6,021
Capt. Bal, Water Works Dept Walluku 6,011
Mlts Louise de Harne Kohala 6,006
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana 6 001
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hllo 6,000
John Wise, Senate Clerk Honolulu 6,000
S, R. Thompson Honolulu 5,039
VJ rv Chan I ljahai..i.. R nan
latter suddenly straightened up and Ml Ma K.mika!'!. !!.!!. !!!!'.!!!hoi.oIuIu '."i!!!!!'.'.'.!..'..'... 5.087
Mlts Mary Kauhane Lahalna 5,081
Joe Morrlt, Jr Makawao 5,079
Geo. Nlcol, Hoieman Honolulu 5059
Mlts Isabella Koomoa Keauhou 5,030
Mitt Julia Atona, Stenographer ......Hllo S,02Z
W. Ross Hakalau 5,004
shot a hard right to tho Jaw, sending
Burns to tho mnt, Tho Jersey City
lad crawled to his knees nnd took
bentlng him back with hard rights
nnd lefts to fnco nnd body. In the
tenth, ho was ngaln sent to tha floor,
Attell sending a crashing right to tho
jnw which camo near turning the
trick. Burns rolled over on his back
a 11 unniiprn 10 jupvini v.,iii", '
candidate and tho number or votes iotB 54 nnj uc, Wnlnlao Heights, no
thoy contain written on tho front.' nolulu, Oahu; J300. B 342, p 407,
This wilt help to make counts nccur-l
nto nnd prompt, nnd iicrmlt you to
estlmnto what correct total Bhould
bo In advance.
How Votes Are Issued,
Trent Trust Co Ltd, tr. to Herbert
P Xottngp, D: lots 1 nnd 2. blk 77.
Ocean View Tract, Honolulu. Oahu;
I7G5. IJ 342. p 408. Apr 17, 1911.
v . n-iii.. and n.f In Annln 1
Every copy of tho Bulletin, will ... . . n. .. .. Iot 14i hn( sl
contain n coupon, which, when iPro-valalno Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; 750.
perly lllled out, will untitle tho holder i 312, p 409 Apr 19, 1911.
to votes of Iho number specified. A II Domlern to James H Mulliounnu
Votes are also Issued on paid suu-jnml wf. IJ: lots 119 nnd 111, Wnlnlno
bcrlptlons to tho 13 von 1 11 k Ililllo- Heights, Honolulu. Oahu; 1300. IJ 312.
tlu In proportion to tho length of P '" Pr """.',,
tlmo such siibfcrlptlons aro paid In I Tr '"J ,T"'st ,r" . A
-.l.,'.. ...III. ihn .An.1i,ln niinnnr. ,0, l, ,nl " "' '
PREFERENCE PREMIUM CANDIDATES
n ' nnd then, dazed, crawled to his feet
jusi ucmro ma mini len. 110 camo
back Bt,rong nnd went at Attell llko a 1 ' -
lion, sending In hnrd smashes. At-1 Kamehameha Alumni Honolulu
tell did tho best ho could with that ned Men , Honolulu
nifty right, his left hnnglng loose, but 8t, Elizabeth Church Palama
iiurnB, wim two nanus, ouipoiniou noya, Schoo Aumn Honolulu
him. Then tho cheers nf tho crowd
for tho victory of tho gnrao little,
Jersey City boy were silenced by
Arm Hurt In Fourth Hound.
8t, Louis College Honolulu 7,700
Fraternal Order of Eagles Honolulu 5,100
Quon Yal Society Honolulu 5,000
Officers' Club Schofletd Barracks 6,000
Central Union Church Honolulu 5,000
accordance with tho schedule appear
taken. You owo It to the peoplo whojlng below.
aro supporting you 10 snow yourscu
willing to do your pnrt; and II 11 1 1 e
tln renders all over the Territory of
Hawaii aro Intorcsted In 5011; thoy
want to know something about you
nnd nothing tells tho story so effec
tively as u picture. In self Interest
do your share toward making the
contest page as Interesting as posst-; yrice ,f vyc(.kljr Bulletin.
Price of Ktcnlng Bulletin.
1 Month's Subscription .... .7f
3 Months' " 2.00
C MonthB" " t 4.00
1 Year's " 8.00
2 Years' " I6.00
3 Years' " $24.00
5 Years' " $40.00
With tho picture send also short au
tobiography that tells bomcthlng about
your present and jinBt work and life.
and your reasons for wanting ono or
tho California trips or one of tho
longer ones offered. Kvcryone, every
where, will ho Interested In what you
any. Wo will not run It Just as you
wrltn It hut will try nnd put In the
form of an Interesting Intervlow.
Youur: and old man, woman, hoy
or girl, do this much to help tho con
test editor inako this one of Iho most
Interesting pages, In the always now
ay II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n. Your "return will ho
thousands n: votes.
Organlzatloni the Same,
What Is asked horo from tho Indi
vidual trip candidates applies to tho
1 Year's Subscription $ 1.00
B Years' " COO
VOTES IHHUi:n OX
Subscriptions (0 Evening Bulletin.
One month 250
Three months 4f0
Six months 1,000
Ono year 2,400
Two years C.000
Three ycarB 9,200
Five years 21,000
Subscriptions (0 Weekly Bulletin
to nny n nic-
Collego Hills. Ho
nolulu. Oahu: 1040. B 342, p 412. Apr
Bay B niejow In Bank of Hawaii
Ltd, M: lot S, Wk 9, bldgs, rents, etc,
Collego Hills, Honolulu, Oahu; 1500.
B 347, p 138. Apr 19, 1911.
Ilmnnmi MnsuJIro ami wf to Maria
Ciimpalnlia. D: 1 l-4a of lot II. Knl
wlkl Homesteads. Hllo. Hawaii; 1140.
B 338, p 471. Apr 7. 1011.
Oullhermo d.i Sllvclra to A M Cn
brlnhn. Option; to purrhnso nt $fi0
per a. lot 33. Kalwlkl Third Home
steads, H Hllo, Hawaii: $1, etc.
330, p 182. Apr 10, 1911.
T A Dranga und wf to Peter Bllvn,
I); land patent 4662. Kalwlkl, B Hllo,
Hawaii; J400. B 338, p 473. Apr 17,
Joaquin do Mcllo to Onomen Bugnr
Co, Lj right to construct lliimo ncross
lim.l K-nlnl,. H Illlo. Hawaii: 10 vrH
jnt 16 per yr. B 343, p 315. Apr 15,
Heirs of I I Wallanl by gdn et nl
(., 11 ,.. .U.. t. UI,,. ., I -..- ' w,..w,, w. ........ .......... .,. w,V
""" ""'"', """ "" '"J""'" "" Lellehua Social Hall Schofleld Barracks 5,000
left arm und could only uso his ( Puunene Soc,,, aub Puunen 5000
rll,,t- . , , j Llhue Plantation Club Llhue 5000
The crowd took tho announcement , Ae)(ander Daldwli Gymnasium Walluku 5,000
with a grain of BtilL Then Attell ad- MMlla company I Hllo 5000
vanccd to tho ringside, raising his Ham Cnurch H0 5000
right hand for sllenco "Ocntlomen," ' 0rder of E,ern SU(. Honolulu 5 000
he said, "without taking any credit Youno Men. ,n,mute Honolulu 5,000
from Burns, whom I consider tlio R ,d Traiut Deneft A.,iOCatIon,;. Honolulu 6,000
gamest fighter I over met. I want lojCentra, GrAmmir 8ehoo, Honolulu 5,000
tell you that In tho fourth round my
left nrm wen back on mo. Before tho
bout I hnd rocalno injected Into it
and thought It would bo nil right. I
wanted to do my best to glvo you a
run for your money."
JOHN S. JAMI3S, an engineer of
H Alberta, Canada , 1b making 11 visit to
tho Islands, expecting to return to tho
Ono year 250
Five years 1,500
(Ions. Thnt Is ono'of tho things tho organization workers. Let us havo
TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
TCN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In name nd addrett of your favorite candidal
and tond to the Bulletin Contett Department.
(Not good after Wednetday, May 10)
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Recorded April 18, 1911,
Kalmukl Land Co Ltd to Daniel Lo-
-i'. 'to Onomea Sugar Co, L; right to build.
Ju.u-.u Iier0!1 Kr 807. Alakuhl, R Hllo,
Hawaii: 10 yrs nt 16 per yr. 11 343,
p 310. Apr 15, 1011.
Heirs of D 1 Wnlliinl by gdn ct nl
to Onomen Kugnr Co, L; 24a land, Ala
knhl, S Illlo, Hawaii; 10 yrs at 160
per yr. It 343, p 318. Apr 15, 1911.
T Murakami to First Nutl Hunk of
Walluku, C M; furniture, fixtures, sew
ing machine, Miowciiho, etc. Market Kt,
Walluku, Mnul; 1200. B 347, p 132.
Nov 22, 1910.
Daniel McCorrlston et nl to Clinrles
Tho Prussian stato railways havo
built a Jiugo tank into which n car
may bo run nnd sealed for complete
disinfection both Inulde and out by
gun. tr. D; lot 145. section B. Palolo !,"""" "' "'' """ 'ii MnUnWm.M
Illll Tract, Honolulu. Oahu; 450. II " Co0V, v . Snaa n 34 nO!
342. p 385. Apr 15. 1911. ,.onU,,.M, .
First Methodist Hpls Church of Ho
nolulu by trs to Bd of Homo Missions
and Church Kxtn, Methodist Kpls
Church, M; lot 130, rents, etc,
Beretnnla nnd Victoria Bts, Honolulu,
I Oahu; SI, and aid 12000. II 349, p 3.
Apr 17, 1911.
I'lplllnnl (k) to S M Damon, D;
! $200 nnd life annuity of 15 per mo,
etc. B 342, p 386. Oct 15, 1896.
J B Mnenulny and wf to Antonio
M Brnga, I); 2500 sq ft of lot 23,
blk 16, Kownlo Tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
1550 B 342, p 388. Apr 1, 1911.
O WInnm Wy atty of mtgeo to Wil
liam II Cnstlo, D; lot 6, blk 3, Puunul
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $560. B 342,
p 39. Mar 25, 1911.
Henry K SnllTln to William It Cas
tie, tr. Mi R Ps 2873, 796 and por U
Anr 18. 1911
Wllhclmlna Btrnuch to Wm Hydo
Bice, D: Int In shnro In B P 3696, kul
p0r 10013, hul land, Haena, Hnlclea, Ka
uai; !.':. 11 lilt P '" Apr jo, 11111.
nil. GKOROK If. IIUnilY arrived
from Kuual on tho Klnau yesterday
Ho Intends to rcmovo to Hllo perma
nently, it Is said.
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ROSA Ji CO.
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