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EVENlNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1911.'
l.cnlil Chapter No.
lliinnliilii- I hint Iligric,
Ilavwill.iu I'lrsl Degree.
All visiting members of ttve
Ordr are cordially Invited to
attnnd xaeetlngs of IochI loagu
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hull
7:30 P. M.
. imur rkfninr rnri iucuiuv v
waninc nnoinccnj othe, An0.
AhtNUAl AV'IAIIUH, ciationi cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meet every first and third Thurs
days ot cncli raonth at Knlgbti ot
Pythian lull. Visiting brother, cor
dially Invited to attoid.
H, FOSTKR. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of K.
SONOLDIff AErIE, HO. 1. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot ench month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, corner
llrretanla and Fort atroevts.
Visiting Knglei ire Invited to t-
nuo a DAVia w. v
WM l". Mii'OV. Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 016. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 6l, 13. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kins
Btrset, near Tort, every Friday evo
olns. Visiting Urothers are cordially
Invited to attend
rs lsKvmino. n it.
gi:i t Ki.l miulT Sec
WM. HcKINLEY LODGE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
itenlng at 7:30 o'clock In If. of 1'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilerctanla. Visit
tug brothers cordially luvitsd to at
tend. F. F. KIMJEY, C. O.
n. A. JACOIISON. K. R. 3.
Drokcn lenses rcplm , el quick and
Special lenses gr uin l tn tu-dc-Broken
frnniCH repair d promptly
A. N. Sanford,
Bolton Building - Fort Stroet
Over May t Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORS!
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON &. PARSONS
Hotel Street, oppodto Young
When Building a
Put in your house Hie moit con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
8un Heat Cotts Nothing. For in
formation and pricei of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
G69, Honolulu, or Trent Truet Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
.Masonic Ilalldinr, corner Ilulrl ami
A la I. en.
The licsl l.i'iiDi'S lu lonu (o lit ihtj
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NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin telephone numbers
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
umi as printed In the telephone directory-Business
office, 2256 1 editorial
It goes without Haying that every
thing Is Heat at The Kncore.
"Hound the Island summer late, 30
Lewis' Sliihles and Gnrngo Tel 2141
(lay'H nnd .loo Knlnna's Locomohl1o
rnn bo found at tho Auto Uvcry;
Copjlng and enlarging old photo
graphs n specialty nt Gurroy's, 10C0
Fnillv Ako Ikih filed a suit for ell-
voico against William Alio, alleging
Subscribe for tho Call, Chronicle
or F.xumlner $1.00 por month. Wall,
Meliolii to, agents.
Only reliable hatter In tho city.
Clean jour soiled hat und try Tho Kx-
pert Hat Cleaners, npp. Cluu staulcs "
If )ou want n good Job done on n
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co, 427 Queen St.
John 11. ncrgatrom, riano and Or
gan Tuning nnd Repairing Masonic
Tcmplo. Tclorhono 20G7. P. O. Box
inn (iieen Stamp free Hoys nnd
Eliln get bus), call at tho showrooms,
Fort ami llcictnnla street, and ak
Tho "Reacr" die stocks pay for
themselves in timo and labor Kami
Honolulu Iron Works Co, ngeiita for
Joseph Human, hat cleaner, 122
Ilerctanla St., next lo iho station,
guarantee!) nit hla work. Hals called
for and delivered. I'hono 1057.
The vaults of tlio Hawaiian Trust
Co. Ltd, nro flro and burglar nroof
Ymi can rent a box large enough to
hold all jour valuables, papers, etc,
for 50 eonts a lnontli.
Chler .MeHullIc In investigating the
theft of Kiinte tuikcvs which occurred
y.itin l.i niglit and In which tho drlv
er of a rent ear In tho city Is believed
to li,ie had a hand
H.malel. May IC It. V I'auole.
aged 21, Hon of Robert Tannic, died
heie nt I o'clock on the moining of
May r,th, ilealli remitting- from tuber
culosis Funeral services were con
diirtrd at tho Haualcl c-liureh. Inter
ment taking place In tho church cem
M T Slmnnton, na commissioner,
lias decided that land on Hotel stroet
j.nnar Punchbowl and tl(e basla of tlio
paititlon suit of A. Victoria Anahu
against James Anahu. and nthcrti,.caii
not be successfully illvided nnd must
l)e Mild, the proceeds to bo given to
Articles of Incorporation for tho
Hawaiian llrnom & Urufdi Cnmnnnv
Khavn been filed with tho territorial
treasurer Tlio officers aro given as
Yuen Man, president; Yeo Ho Change,
vice-president; ,f. F Child, treasurer;
Lin Quun, secretary. Thq capital
stock is 1000 shares nt $5 each, and
tho raising of corn broom Is one, ot
The Honolulu Gas Company's plans
for n reorganization of Its stock. In
cluding an Incrcaso ot $.'0,000 to innlio
the Issuo of preferred $150,000, havo
been practically adopted by tlio stock
holders A resolution has been passed
amending tlio charter to authorize the
increase, and tho request that tho Ter
ritory allow tho charter amendment
was decided upon If the amendment
Is allowed, another meeting will bo
held on Satmdiiy nnd tlio new Issue
aiilhorl7oil The company has Inrge
plans for Improvements
J.D1TOU KIIMIIA has been on Kauai
looking after ids newspaper Interests
J WAI.'t'im nOYI,B Is liookcd to
depart on the Withclmlna next Wed
nesday C'OI'NTY AITIIITOR JAMRS I1ICK
i;i.l. and Mrs ftlcknell expect to
le.-uo soon on u trip to tho Coast
MR AND MRS. RRAINKRI) SMITH
after spending sewirnl months in the
Islands are bonked to depart on tho
JOHN MUTTON and Mrs. llrlt-
inn. of San Francisco, a nrrhc n
f i w il.ns ago, will mako tho return
tup mi the Williclmina
( V IIOIHIl', a member of uu nd
terlKlug flini mi thA Loast that linn
ill' Hawaii litcratuin, camo lu on
(lie Wllhclmlna yesterday
CI,i:,Mi:NT GOO ON, the Honolulu
boy who has brun appointed fo n po
Bltlon In the land (illlcii ut Wnshlng
ton, will linvo on May 21 for tlio
MRS WILLIAM STKWAltT. who
was operated no for iippendicltis nt
the I.iliuo Hospital Inst Tuesday nf
Inrnoon, Is improving rapidly mid will
proliably bo takeji tn her homo within
II few days. Garden Island
The follriwlng wireless messngo has
been reielvcd by the agcntB from Hie
S it. I.urliiie, iHiund for Honolulu
H H l.ni lino, May l, U :0 p m -1120
miles from Honolulu Unlit vni-labli-
wind, sinnutli sna l.'ll'i Inns
cargo for Honolulu, 4A0 tnnn cargo lor
Knhuliil: 70 ton curgn ror Pint Al
len IDS sacks mall fur Honolulu, Kfl
litnliaK"" U F HKpreim, Hi paMeli
gma roi Hiiuuliilii Arrive twirl) Hal
urday murilliiK All wull.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Lovo)
VISITORS TO SHIPS ARE
IN LINE FOR SEARCHING
Greater Vigilance to Be Exercised Over Movements of Mem
bers of Steamship Crews While at the Port Manchuria
Bringing General Cargo from Mainland Lurlinc to Ar
rive With Sixteen Passengers Inter-Island boats reach
Greater vigilance It to he exercised
by the slnff of customs Inspectors boats Is sufficient for use In tho gal
over the movements of orncera and Jey Tho Wllhclmlna is expected to
members of Iho crew of i-tcaumhlps rail for ItHo to discharge 1200 tout
which mako calls nt the port of Ho-
Dpclopnients arising from opium
smuggling wllhln the past few weeks
aro (tntct. In hno Warranted miiih
more attention being paid tn coming
and going of all those connected wlili
WMIIng steamers. The picdlclloii Is
also made Hut ccn passengcis will
not he immune should occasion arise
where tho finger of suspicion might
Ijo turned In their dltecllon
At tho Instance of Collector of Cus
toms Slnckable. John Koliler an Ame
rican walcr lender In Hie Pacific Mnlll
steamship China was placed under
airest jesterday afternoon prior to
tho departure of that vessel for Japan
rHs and Hongkong.
Ten tins of prepared opium, in.ido
up Inlo two compact pickages caelf
slipped In (lie hip pocket of tlio trou
sers worn by Knhlcr hao been con-llst-ated.
Tho aluc of Ihe dope tliat tlio Pa
clflc Mall man nttcmpled to get nsboio
la estimated nt approximately $ono.
The theory now held liy tho Fcl-
eral nfliclals Is that n regular organ
ized effort is being niado to land con
traband drug nt this port.
Koliler was arrested whllo attempt
ing to lcaxo the gangway. Ho had
started down tho gangway but had
been picceded by two other Pacific
Mall employees Taking no chances,
tho pair were stopped at tho foot of
tlio passage, nnd scinched. Nothing
was found nnd It Is tho supposition
that discovering no opium on tho por
son of tho first two persons tho In
spectors might let thu third paity
who In this Instauco was Koliler pass
by In the rush. Doomed to disap
pointment, Koliler was held up and
tho passing ot tho hand of an Inspec
tor around his body rch'caled tho
presence of tho two conceded pack
The man at first professed to luuo
found tho drug hut failed to gio any
explanation concerning why It was
found on bis person. Ho was placed
in chargo of the United States mar
shal and la held pending an cxamln
Tho searching of all perbons leav
ing trans-Pacific vessels during tholr
stay nt tho port Is destined lo follow-
In tho.wnko of lccent doeiopments.
Lurlinc Bringing Few Passengers.
I here aro hut sixteen pissengeis
In the steamer I.urllno duo tn arrive
here on Saturday morning from Sun
Franclt-co according to a wireless Hint
has been ieccled at Iho agencj of
Castlo and Cooke, leprescntlug Ihe
Matson Navigation lino
The crv was 1120 miles off tlio
Hirt at nino o clock list night steam
ing Ihioiigh light varlablo winds and
siwmiMi rens. Tho I.uillno Is bringing
down 1310 Inns general caigo for Ho
nolulu, 450 tuns for Kahuliil and 70
tons for Port Allen A later mainland
mail of 135 sacks and 80 packages
Wells Fargo oxpicss matter Is Includ
ed In tlio shipment.
Tho Uii'llno will dock at tho old
Wllhclmlna Drought No Coal,
Castlo and Cooko, Ilia local ageuls
for tho Matson Navigation liner lu'ivo
learned with considerable niuuhctuonl
and gurpilso through tho columns of
a morning paper that tho big passou
gcr steamship brought u cargo of coil
from San Francisco It has been gen
erally supposod that tho vessel car
ried u very sallbfuclory oil burning
apparatus The Wllhelmlnu arrived
beio .jcblerdny morning with alum'
?W J"",a "'"lont. icfilgeintiM nu'it
and gciicrul cargo About llm oiilv
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Solo Auonts Mwnm's Chnnipnano
( Sclilitz Bum1
co.il carried by this or oilier Matson
cargo nnd lakp on'tug.", lliln ccn
C,1udnc Drot,g,u Much Lumber,
Ohla Juinber tonipricd Hie 1-iiger
Bhare (if gclieial cargo that arrived
llils morning In tho steamer Cl-iudlne
The vcsrel brought a fair llhl of cabin
ami deck passcngora nom Maul mid
Hawaii ports ot call.
Purser Klbllng reports good weal It
er. Tho freight list Included 2M5
pieces Ohla lumber, !IS! empfy llmo
barrels, 15 ciatcs chickciiH. bugs
nnd ISO packages nundrles Tho ves
sel will he dispatched to i egul.tr ports
at tlvo o'clock on Fildav evening.
Matson Wharf Congested with Freight
Tho Matson wharf Is plied high Willi
freight and sugar these, dajs In cnu
rpqiicnco f tlio congestion theio, tlio
steamer Wllhclmlna wni, rlilfied l)
Iho Oceanic wharf last evening and
remained theio for tho night going lo
the Huckfotd wharf this morning.
The Matson steamer I.urllno duo to
arrive from Run Frunctrco at an eailv
hour on Saturday morning will bo
bei thed ut tho Iluckfctd wharf.
Manchuria Brings Coast Cargo.
According lo cables received ut Iho
agency or II. Hackfcld mid Company,
Ihe Pacific Mall liner Manchuria that
sailed from San Kinnclsco ycstcidnv
afternoon has six hundred tons gen
eral cargo for dlschaige nt Honolulu
According In present calculations this
vessel will reach tho port on Monday
morning nnd probably iccclvo a. ills
patch for Japan ports and Hongkong
tho afternoon of the btuuo day.
Hall In With Sugar.
Today'a arrivals Included thg
steamer W. O. Hall from Knual ports
with tho regulation 5500 sacks sugar
and 20 packages sundiles. Tho vessel
Lrought a few cabin and deck passen
gers. Tho Hull is scheduled to sail
for tho Garden Island tomorrow oven
Sugar on Kauai,
Purser l-ngan of the steamer W. (1
Hall reports ihe following shipments
of sugar awaiting on Knual: K, S. M,
100; M. A. K 11,022; McD. 24,535,
ICK. 11. 7100; K P 6900; K. S. Co
2000; M. S. Co 23,000; G. F. 2030; P
Manchuria Next Mall to the Cast.
'Iho Pai-illc Mail steamship Man
churia hailing fruui Honolulu cm or
about next Mimda) evening will curry
thu next mall to Japan and China
ports and not I lie Slhorln which ves
sel depnited fiom this port on Tues
Per stmr Claudlue, from Hawaii
via Maul potls May 17. F A. Itlcli
luonil, P. Kiiiualae Dr. .1. N. Martin,
II. F Hollbrnn, Mis .1 M. Knlna, Mis.
Deis, J. Chalmers, Mrs. A, 1) Skin
ner Mrs. Geo Lindsay, J. F. llsch, W.
F Kane, (I Klma, M Shiga, M. Hint
Geo . Cair and 35 deck.
Per stmr W (i Hull, from Kauai
ports May 17- I W. W flrowster
C. F White, If Matsuninchl, Tnl Liu,
Pel Hlmr W.-fl Hall, for Kauai
ports, Mav 18 i:, Hutchinson, Mls.
I. H King II J. Holmes, Mrs.
Holmes, .1 Soua
Pel stmr Claudlue for Hawaii and
M ml poilH, Mnv 10 -A- F Tnvarea
Mn Tavnics. M Tuvares, D Tnva-
res, John Kamanuwnl, Chuck Hoy, It
C Hi own.
Per stmr Mauna Iia, for Kona and
Knu ports. May ?G.--Uev D D Wal
lace, Miss Mnssoy, Mrs Curtis, Mrs,
H. II vConnnl, Mlsa Conant
(Continued from Page 1)
made, and no delinquent should bo In
lucre! by threats to Invoke the power
of the onunlssloner to compromise,
mid nn uuiuirunco should be given of
the probable notion of tho coinmlssiou
er If an otTcr Is made; but where the
nltlccrs of a. corporation are Ignorant
of n provision of law providing for n.
compromise of offenses against tho rev
enues, mid they deslro to make an up
peal or clemency In tho innniirr pro
V hied. It Is the duty of the collector to
give them Htilliihle Instructions Tho
ainount to tie niTciril In each such case
must he left to the discretion of the
(orporatlnn making tlio offer, unit In
nowise should be suggested ttv tho col
lector or an) other revenue officer"
limtriiitlcnin to Collector Cottrlll
from Washington are us follows:
"Tlio failure lo file n return of an
nual net Iniome wllhln the period pro
scribes! bylaw by any corpoiatlon, etc,
subject lo the special excise lax on
corporations. Is it violation of tlio ex
press requirement ot tlio statute for
which a penalty Is provided. Tht-rei-foro.
In aeeordancc with tho provisions
of Ncitlon SIB!, II H, each corpora
tion. Joint hloek loinpaiiv, etc, subject
le the In", which failed lo tile n rctm-tr
of iinmial net Income mi or before tbp
nrst day of March nnd also failed to
secure nn extension of time 'not In ex'
(chs of thirty dn.vs from tho first dny
of Maie-h to eover tho period within
Iwhlcli the return was tiled, should,
without iccourse to this olllre, lie rp-
iiirted tn the dllrh-t attorney, with a
statement of the facts, etc, lu tho
case Wlii-n such report has been Hindi,
to the district attorney, It will Iw
proper for the collector to Inform each
delinquent coriwirnllnn of their privi
lege lo submit an orfe-r In compromise
as provided in Keel Inn Wis, R H."
United Htate-s nistrlct Attorney
Ilreckoim slated this morning that lio
considered tho cases against tho do'
llnqucnt corporations were fully inndo
out and tliat they wero placed In n
position where thes would have to
comply with the penalties provided In
Tlio corporation Income tax was re
cently held constitutional by a decision
of the United States Supreme Court
Skipper Wlknndcr of tho bark Ha
wall Is up to his water lino In trouble
Tho presiding genius In tho Ha
waii's galley 1s alleged to bo nt tho
bottom of u dlltlculty Unit lias result
ed lu a number of recently engaged
union sailors and u matu dcboitlng
tho ship tills morning.
The bark of tioublcsomo career has
been discliaiglng her consignment of
fertilizer and has been made ready
for sea. Captain Wlknndcr signed on
a new-Vrcw of union men yesterday
Tlio most of them went aboard nnd
then nnd thcro followed an Incipient
eruption. They niado it lusty kick
against the culinary efforts of tho now
cook They claimed that they wero
not receiving siilllcicnt food lo main
tain that rotundity of opu so dear to
the heart of Ihe sailor lad
Tho skipper stales (hat ho has pro
vldcd tho fo'castlo with about twenty'
live pounds ot life sustaining ime.it
each clay. Ho is at loss to know what
becomes of It. Tho levanting crew
mennwhllo take up nnnthcr notch lu
tholr leather belts und rofuso to go
to bca in the ship unless wholesome)
additions nro niado to the Hawaii
(Continued from Pago 1)
Ihe cover of one box which had he-come
damaged In tiie bioachlng
United Htitli'x Ulstrlct Attorney It
W llii-ckons took possession of somu
paper Hint had been found among tlio
wrappings This paper Is said lo bear
unmlstaknblo signs of having been
wrapped around tins of opium, as tlio
Imprint of the small boxes of dope Is
mile lo be plainly shown upon a close
The finding nf the bioached mer
chandise has led the customs olIU litis
lo cxcrclxo extreme vigilance In thu
cMimlnntlnn of all freight now hi lug
leinnved from Ihe Mnlsnn steamir
The package's Hint received ei)i Iv at
l nt Ion nl the ciisloni house, this muni
log levisiloil up opium line quoslloii
that cnnnoiitx llm IVdc-rul iilllclals Is,
"Has it iilrivuly been landed or U It
still stnwc-il nvvuy on the ship?"
The presence, nf Iho Wllliclmllin Olid
iho Pitflhv Mail liner china at Hi poll
on tin- Millie da la hImi. binliod upull
lii ucrtuln (.Irulxa as nlgiitflwitil
ON THE COOK
Wednesday, May 17,
Hawaii via Maul ports Ulaudlnc,
stmr., n m.
Kunul ports W. O. Hall, stmr., u.
Tuesday, May 16.
Maul, Molnknl and lnnal ports
Miknhala, stmr., 5 p. m
Knual ports Klnnii stnr., 5 p, ip.
Hinvnll iort Wallcle, 'Blmr.,' 5"j.
Mahukona and Kawalh.io-Mw,
stmr., 3 p. in.
Julian Hirls and Hongkong Chhj.i,
P. M. 9. 8 , 5 p. jn.
Kona and Knu porta Mauna Iu,
IN FOREIGN PORT3.
Wednesday, May 17.
SIIATTI.II May Ifi- Arrived, .S S
Mexican, from San Francisco.
SN 1) i CGO Arrived. Dredger. South
Hay (henco Maj 4)
SUVA Mnv 15' Sailed S. S Mara
ma, for Honolulu, p, in.
Tho mcmlicrs of the Hawaiian band
aro In line, for bettor remuneration at
Iho hands of bencfltlcnf city fathers.
Tho Wa nnd Means Committee
now I Doll with favor upon a , plan
which when, carried Inlo effect. will
mean a substantial Increaio In- the
pay of the hos who nsslst In nlovi-
ntlng the sadness and monotony that
might otlicrwlso attend tho departuic
ot a coast-bound steamer or In the
proper observance of a quiet Sunday
Chairman liw has submitted u re
vised schedule ot salailcs that com
bines fentuics likened lo Hint of a
sliding scale For instance, tho ma
nipulator of the big bass drum can
not expect tho samo display of niunlf
Icenco upon calling at tho city pay
master's olllro as would Iho fellow
that fairly blows his young life away
tin ough tho brarcn mouthpiece of the
slldo tiniubono or tho Einurtlng ulto
Whllo the general lncrcafo does not
make u very serious dent In Tieas
urer Shingle's gold reserve, neverthe
less each member ot the Hawaiian
band will havo occasion to smile ns
hq now , trudges up the stairway to
ttio oillco of thp City mid fcouuty Aud
itor tn draw his salary warrant.
I.OU aim has favored tho passage
of a resolution which has to do witli
those plajcrs who through illness itro
compelled to lay aside the long
necked bassoon and the bleating llutc.
It will rcqtilro tho certlllcnta of u
physician to warrant u member of the
bancj being placed on tho sick list.
.Mis Cluirlollo McQu.ild Is appar
ently determined Hint her dlvmco no
tion ngnlnst William McQuald shall
be heard as soon ns possible.
Her atlornes have lllcd a motion
to set tho case for a day certain and
Ciiciill Judge ItohliKon has accord
ingly mimed Ma) lath na Iho date
upon which (he motion le set tho care
will lie hcaid
William McQuald wan acquitted a
short timo ugo ot having shot Volney
C. Driver In a pistol duel on Fort
street. Driver' pleaded guilty nnd cs
capcil with a itomlnal tine under hi
Indictment for his pnr(lrlpancy Intba
McQuald allege.), that Driver had
l....l,H ..I. 1.1- kn.n 1.' - '
IMl'nUU Ul IIIO JIWJIIV, - p. .
m aw m
IKIMlIt 1)11. IMHIUKItS.
Ollvo Ilrnncli ltebckuh Uidgo will
give an entertainment tomorrow even
ing In honor of I)r Rodgcrs, Past
D D (1 S, In which Odd Fellows, lte
lickahs and their friends aro Invited
A pleasing program Ims been nr
ranged to follow tho jcgulnr imeting
ot tho lodge One feature will be u
huge hiithday cake, ujion which has
been set caudles each lepresenling n
vour In tlio long life or Dr. Rodgois.
Iliothcr Petlio will mako u bilcf ad
dress. Tho date for hearing tho petition
for tho protiato of tho will of Mrs.
Maiy Mist lias been set by .ludgo Iloh
inson for Juno 10th
A suit lias been filed In the Ciiciilt
Court by lvveis d Cooke against J
It Davis and Mellle ". Hustiice, alleg
ing tho S.UIU of $011X3 due on mater
ial sold fur building purposes
MRS. M' Q1ID
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Would You Enjoy
Vigorous Old Age?
Then use Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key It brings health nnd strength
to every one along life's pathwny.
Mr, A. II Jordan, of Cuba, N. Y
U. S, A , has lived n strenuous life,
but ho is strong, vigorous nnd ac
tive nt 81 years of ngc: Recently
he wrote! "I use Duffy's Puro Mall
Whiskey regulnrly, and Ihlnk there
the genuine; substitutes nnd linltn
In their declining age. A few
months ngo there wns published a
lltllq history of my early life ns the
oldest man now living in tlio town
of Cuba, X, Y."
H''ls a"womlorfiil remedy In the
treatment nnd euro of consumption,
pneumonia, coughs, colds, malaria,
low fevers, stomach troubles and all
wasting anil weakening conditions,
If taken ns directed
Sold everywhere IN SKALFD
IIOTTMM ONLY lie sum von gel
Is no better medicine for old ncoplc
tlons nro Injurious. Write for frco
medical booklet nnd doctor's advice.
The Duff) .Mall Ulilskc) Co.,
llnrhcsfcr, .. Y V. S. A.
No, 20.' TlllUUTUUY Of' HAWAII.
COI'llTiOF LAND IlHatSTRATlON.
TDItlllTOUV OF HAWAII tn KMZA
llirri! PAI..VNI NAHUPIT; !)AN
ll'.I, I'AKO NA111JPU (also known
lis Kuknltn Niinifpu); J AI.FItl'.D
JIArtOON; CHAItl.nSM COOKH.
I.1MITDD: CITY MAIllvirr CO :
' A THANK C(t)KD; CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU, by
Josiph J. IVrn, as Major and
Prerldclit of the! Hoard of Super
visors, nnouoi: J campiihi.l;
MAl.lA KAMANAi MUM lli:i.i:N
KAMAIOI'II.I (vv,lfo of Hun Kii
inalnplll); MIIS PIIILllMINA KA
l.ANI: TlIRIHTOItY OF HAWAII.
by Alexander Lindsay, Jr., us Attorney-General,
nnd by Marstoii
Campbell, ns Superintendent ot
Public Works: KAOI.DI.l-:: WM
1'ALANI, HAWAIIAN lTSIIHIt
IDS, LLMITHD; AUGUST Dltnt
f'.It, l.LMITUD; und to ALL whom
It may concern:
WIlHItUAS, a petition bns Iieen pre
sented to snld Court by FANNY
MAUKIIAM STRAtlCH lo register nnd
coiillrm her title In the follow liig-dc-
Lot on (Iravler hum. off King street.
Knpuiikn'ln, Honolulu. Oalm Ilelng It.
P. 1DSHV4. I. C A. (1085 to Mokuohal.
Ill ginning at nil Iron bolt nt tho east
corner of this piece nnd the south cor
ner of land described In Court of IjiiiiI
Registration Petition No .".1 (Georgo
J Campbell, Petitioner), tlio cn-ordl-nnti-s
ot said lilt being 51,1 feet north
nnd IS"") feet wet of the Government
Survey Street Monument near tin,
north corner of King nnd Maiiniikeii
Streets nnd on an offset nf 10.0 feet to
tho Northwest line of Mnunnkc.i Street
and an nOVcl of 10 0 feet to tlio new
IX Northeast tlnn of King Street,
and running by true azimuths:
1. CI 10' 51 1 feet along Gravler lano
In nn iron bolt;
2. 153 40' 50 2 feet nlong L. C. A.
518 to Klnopu:
1 21., V,' 6ft 8 feet along I. C. A.
(11! tn Napnhl tn nn Iron bolt:
A ZW 17' 411 1 feet along land de.
scribed In Court of Iind Reg
istration Petition No 31
(George J. Campbell, Petition
er!, to the point nf beginning.
Area. 2118 square feet
YOU Alt): I!i:Ri;ilY cited to appear
nt tile Court of Ijitnl Registration, to
be held nt Ihe City unil County of Ho
nolulu on the !th day of June. A. Ti
1911, nt la o'clock In the forenoon, to
show cnuse. If nny you have, vvhv Iho
pmver of said petition should not bo
grunted. And unless jou appear nt
said Court nt the timo nnd pi ten ufnre
snld our ill-fault will b" recorded, nnd
the said petition will be taken ns con
fessed, anil vnu will lie forever barred
from contesting snld petition or any
decree e-nlered Ib'-reon.
WITNKSS llm IIONOIIAIH.i: W J
IIOHINSON. Judge or snld Court, this
ir.tb day of May III the Jcsr nineteen
hundred and ,'h'ven
Attest Willi Ken I of snld Court-
'(Seal) M. T. SIMONTON,
, i , Registrar.
4M0 May 17. 54. 31: .lime 7.
PRINTING AND BINDING DECI
SIONS OF THE UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURT FOR HAWAII.
Healed tenth rs will bo received at
the (llllee of tit,- Hicretmy of llnwall
until i'i o'clock noon on Saturday, Juno
17. A D 1911, for printing ami binding
YoIiiiiio 3 of the Decisions of the Unit
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Spec mentions may be bail upon appli
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Ihe lowest or iiiij hid not necessarily
I! A MOTT-SMITH.
Siiritnry of Hawaii
' nxcuiitivo llullillng, Honolulu, May
4910-May 17, 70. 21. 27, 31; Juno 3, 7,
10, II, 10.
John 1) Rockefeller lias in.uln hla
animal gift of I Ml ( to the Ame.ll-
eau I'aptlst MisMlomiiv Union The
amount of (be girt, Is icgulatnl each
j eiii- by (In- needs of tlio union