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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1911.
TV War Fifty Years Ago
Confess Meets In Extra Session to Consider War Meas
ures Galusha A. Grow of Pennsylvania Elected
Speaker Many Members Afterward Famous In
House and Senate In His Message L'ncoln Argues
Aiainst Right of Any State to Secede Without Consent
of the Other States General Patterson's Army Again
Invades Virginia Stonewall Ja:kson In Bittlc Col
onel Franx Sigel Fights a Superior Force of Confed
erates Near Carthage, Mo,
Hy JAMti A. EDGERTON.
(Copyright bjr American Preat AssocU-
tlon, mil 1
JULY, 1801. wns a momenlotii
month In tbo unfolding drama
of tho wnr. Tho week ending
.lllly 8 saw tho assembling of
the Federal congress In extra session
and thu movement of three Union ar
mien and preparations for the advance;
of a fourth It also witnessed Hclitlntr
at Falling Walors. Ilcallnglon, Harpers
Ferry and Huckhaunon In whnt Is now
West Virginia; Orcnt rails and New
port News. Vn.. and Carthago. Mo.
Moat of tbeso lights wero more skir
mishes, but tho notions at Falling Wa
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UNFINISHED CAPITOL DOMB AT IIKUINNINU OV WAR-HANNIUAL
HAMLIN (AT LEFT). PRKHIDKNT OF SENATE. AND OALUBHA
A. GROW. 8PHAKF.lt OF HOUHK IN IKfll. FROM PICTURE TAKEN
WHEN IIH RECAME CONGRESSMAN AtlAIN NEARLY FORTY
ters nnd Carthage were of euongli Inv
portauco to bo called battles. Other
eents of the week wero the meeting
of the legislature of fcesteiu Vlrgtnltt ,
at Wheeling: recruiting of tho Union
forces In Kentucky, following tho clrc-,
tlou of June 30, which proved a Fed- '
eral victory; the dcfinlto assignment of
General John O. Fremont to the com-
niand of tbo western army; tbo ap
pearanco at the harbor of Cleufucgos
of the Confederalo privateer Sumter
with eight American csnels she bad
raptured, having 'burned another at
sea. and the picking up of an Infernal
machine In the Potomac, designed to
blow up tho Union flotilla of gunboats.
Congress mot nt high noon on July
I. Twenty-five states were represent
ed In the senate and twenty-five slates
and seven territories In the house.
From Virginia camo tho two nowly
elected senators, John B. Curlllo and
William T. Wllley. chosen by the leg
islature then In session at Wheeling.
Andrew Johnson wns In the senate
from Tennessee. In the houso wero
several representatives from western
Virginia and ono from Tennessee. The
remainder of tho seceded states were
A'glance at the membership of this
momentous congress reveals bow short
Is tho memory of a nation Most of
the names aro now scarcely known or
ore recalled only, as names. Only a
few of the most conspicuous bavo re
mained famous to our day. In the
cbalr of the senate was Vice President
llonnlbal Hamlin, who, although be
held many Importnnt positions, Is
noted now because he ran with Lin
coln. From Illinois the cbnlr of the
mighty Douglas was tilled temporarily
by Orvllle 11. Drowning. Ills colleague
was Lyman Trumbull Maine was rep
resented by Lot M. Morrill and Wil
liam Pitt Fcsscndcn. Massachusetts by
Charles Sumner and Henry Wilson nnd
Ohio by Ilenjamln F. Wade and John
Sherman. Some of tho other senators
whose names may awaken an echo In
the memory of the average render
were James A. Uayard of Delaware,
James Harlan of Iowa. Znclmrlnh
Chandler of Michigan. John P. Hate of
New Hampshire. Preston King of New
York. Edward D. Raker of Oregon. Do
vld Wlltnot of Pennsylvania. Henry R.
Anthony of Rhode Island. Jncnb Col
lamer of Vermont and Timothy O.
Howo of Wisconsin.
Grow Elected Speaker.
In lie houso Giilusliu A, (Jrow mm
elected sponger. He mi unlv thirty
tight yeurs old, jet dcmlte tils joUtb
ll nil Ih-i'H a member of tlnit ImhIt foi
ten years In n previous session lie
had mtriMlmeU tho liumcsleaC bill,
which It bee nine IiIh privilege to sign
during IiIh term ns speaker. After the
war Mr. Grow was for n tlmu presi
dent of n railroad In Texas. In 1891
he nan ngaln elected to congress from
Pennsylvania and continued for ten
years. From the beginning of hit
scrvlco In the botiso to the end of bis
last term was therefore ninro than a
half century, a record without a paral
lel In American history.
Other far shining 'names belonging
to the houso were Ellhu II. Wash
burne, Owen Lovcjoy and John A. Lo-
gun of Illinois: Wlllliitu S. Hnlman,
George W. .In I Inn. Daniel W. Voorhees
mid Bcjiujlcr Colfax of Indiana;
James F. Wilson of Iowa, John J.
Crittenden of rteutucky, Anson P.
Morrill of Maine, Henry L. Dawca ot
Massachusetts. William Wlndom of
Minnesota. Francis P, lilnlr of Mis
souri. Charles II. Van Wyck. Ernstus
Corning. William A. Wheeler, lloscoe
Cunkling and Reuben E. Kenton of
New York; Georgo II. Pendleton,
Clement I Vallaudlghnm. William Al
len. Samuel S. Cox. William P. Cut
ler. ' Sidney Kdgerton and John A.
Illnghum of Ohio; William D. Kelley
nnd Thaddcns Stevens of Pennsylva
nia nnd Justin S. Morrill of Vermont.
The party dltlslona wero as follows;
Senato-ltepuhllcans, 31; Democrats,
It; Unionists, ft; vacancy, 1. House
Republicans, 10(1; Democrats, 42; Un
ionists, 28; vacancies, 2.
Lincoln1! War Menage.
Tho president's messngo was con
Hnd nlmost exclusively to a review of
the events lending up to tho crisis and
to n n nrguiuent against tbo right of
nuy.Ktato lo go out of the Union with
out tho consent of the other states.
Following bis lend, the congress de
voted Itself to the one subject of the
war. voting bonds and revenues, vail
dating the president's past acts, and en
larging his powers to meet tho extraor
dinary situation In futuro, and general
1 providing wajs nnd means to con
duct tho struggle, nnd defining the na
tion's nttlludo In regard thereto.
No graver problems hnvo faced any
congtess in tho nation's history. The
members met not only In tbo midst ot
perils to tbo country, hut of personal
iluiiger to themselves. Washington
wns menaced by n hostile army only
a few miles dlJtnnt and was threat
emit with tho blowing up of tho cnpl
tol and the assassination of tho chief
orttclals. Flnnmcs were nt a low ebb,
unci Industry and commerco were seri
ously crippled. To add to tho trou
bles nt homo Micro wns a possibility
of danger from nhrond. Beveral of tho
great notions had already recognized
the. sontli's rights as a helllgcront, and
tho possibility of foreign Intervention
bung lll.o n shadow over Washington.
Tbero wns no faltering In the fnco'of
tbesn real or threatened perils.. A half
billion dollars wero promptly voted
and means provided to barrow this
amount or raise It from the revenues.
Congress seemingly wns actuated by
the spirit animating tho closing para
graph of the president's message:
". ud, hav lug thus chosen our course,
without gnlln and with pure purpose
let us renew our trust In God and go
forward without fear and wllb manly
White congress was assembling Im
portant military movements were la
progress. After repented urging from
Washington General Patterson on July
2 rmco more sent his nrmy across the
Potomac nt Wllllamspnrt. There bos
been so much controversy over Patter
son's 111 stnrred cnmpalgn that. It Is
well nlgli Impossible to get an unbiased
statement of the facts, but It Is agreed
that In this Instance his delay was
caused by waiting for re enforcements
Tho movement began nt ,1 o'clock on
a beautiful morning. General Potter
son reviewed the troops ns they filed
past. The men were elated at this sec
ond cntrnnco Into Virginia, but tht
time observed silence, for the reason
that tho enemy was cncnmprd on tho
other side of Hie river. The Union ad
vance wns led tiy Colonel John J. Aber
cromble, nnd he wns on tho Confeder
ates before they were prepared to re
ceive compnny. Nevertheless a warm
reccpUon wns afforded for a time,
when tho southerners gnvo way and
retreated down tho river, abandoning
blankets, knapsacks and other pro
visions on the way. In order to charge
the enemy the Federal troops had to
demolish a barn and carriage house.
Btoncvall Jacluon'i First Fight.
Colonel T. J, ("8toncwaU" Jackson
was In rotnihnnd of tho Confederates,
this being bis first fight of any mo
ment In tho war. Tho loss on the Un
ion side wns three killed nnd ten
wounded, and that of the foe Is be
lieved to bavo been larger. This was
kuown as the battlo of Fulling Waters.
Tho nrmy of General Patterson now
afl vn need nnd on July n occupied Mar
tlnsburg, wbero It was joined on the
8th by Colonel Btono with two regi
ments and Colonel Lew Wallace with
one nnd on the nth by General Sand
ford with two regiments. There Is no
question now that this gave General
Patterson an nrmy numerically su
perior to the opposing force under Gen
Events bad been moving even morn
swiftly In tho western end of the
state. On July 1 tho legislature of
tho "restored government of Virginia"
met at Wheeling nnd formally ratified
the cholco of Francis II. Plcrpont for
?ovcruor. There Is one anomalous
act concerning Plcrimnt. II- was
never technically Uio governor of West
Vtrglnln, which was ndmltted Into the
Union In 18(13, nlttiotigti born In that
state nnd still n citizen thereof. Yet
until 1803,110 was recognized hy Wash
ington ns tho governor of the entlro
statu of Virginia nnd after tho fall of
Richmond had bis capital In that city.
On the same day that the Wheeling
legislature met General T. A. Morris,
leading the udvnnte of McClellau'a
army, fought tho battle of lluikhnn
nun. General Morris vhnd two rcgl
ments and tho Confederates a (llvl
slon under General Henry A. Wise,
former governor of Vlrglnln. The Un
ion losses were smnll. The Confeder
ates wero repulsed and lost. It was re
ported. 23 killed and '.tK) prisoners.
On Julv 7 General MrClcllan ad
vanced tu IliirkliHiinon with the main
nrtnv. General .Morris was already
facing the Confederate General Gnr-
liett ut l-ttnrel hill and. vvtilli."tislruc t-
ed not to atluck. was homiiglily feel-1.,,
lug out bis position. Sklimlshes wero
occurring almost dally.,
July 8 tbo Ninth Indiana aftd,the
Fourteenth Ohio engaged, the Third
Georgia and portions of several other
Confederato regiments at Bcallngton.
a village nt the foot of Laurel bill,
near llevcrly. The action was opened
, . , L
klimlshes wern !
rRAxma u. rifBroNT. lotai. oovshnoi
or YIHOINIA FROM 1801 TO 1868.
by the Confederates charging from the
protection of a wood. They were halt
ed by tho Union tiro, rotlred and made
a second charge, but were ogaln rout
ed nnd weio charged lu turn by the
northern troops, who captured tba
Bigel'f Fight In. Hiisouri.
Events were also moving In Missou
ri. Qu 'July U General Lynn started
hla advance from lloonvlllo to Spring
field, and on tbo Cth Colonel Franz
Blgcl Willi 1.2(10 meu attacked a su
perior Confederate force nt Brier
Forks, near Carthage. Tbo opposing
commanders wero Generals Ralus and
Prlco and Governor Jackson. Hlgal
succeeded In silencing tho Confederate
battery and by a maneuver prevented
a flank movement. Ho retired and by
this ruse succeeded lu drawing the
Confederato Hanking party, consisting
of cavalry. Into an exposed position,
when ho opened ou them with artil
lery and s uttered them by an Infan
try charge. The Hiiiillieni troops then
wlthdievv tu Cnrtlugv und Hlgel to Sar-
Enttrcd for Record July 24, 1911,
From 10i30 a. m. to 430 p. m.
Trent Trust Co l.td to Wong. Kim
WHIUm It Cnstlo mid uf In Louis
I. Perry D
Knluitikl l-nnrt 'Co Ud to John 1!
Rocha . D
J J! Rnclm and vvf to Kiiliiiukl
Uilld Co Ltd M
Hun Kvvong Wo Co lo Leo York
Chung ,..... I,'
Territory of Hawaii to l.ily 12
I .nens Con-cut
Klennor O Hills und hub to John F
Wnodluun Dairy & Slock Co l.td
to Woodlawn Tract Plan
H Wutt rhpuso Trust Cu l.td, tr, to
Knlimikl I-nml Co l.td 1)
Ernest O Multcrro to Manuel K
Cook, tr M
Court of Land Registration.
Hurry Roberts to Jonathan Slmw . U
Giistnv ltcldcl by nTT.lt of intgee to
ll.ink of Hawaii Ltd ... Fnrc Affilt
Oustnv Iteldcl by mtiieo to Hunk
nf Hawaii Ltd I)
Entered for Record July 25, 1911.
From 8i30 a. m. to 1030 a. m,
Hull Niinleono to D T Fleming ... D
Geo Oploplo and wf to George I'opp D
T Slilbnynnui ct ul by rur In
Frank Gomes I)
Illshop of Zeugma to Ilaniicl I'nbrnl D
Manuel Cnbrnl nnd vvf to Jllnliop of
T Klilbaamn et nl b) recr to II
llackfeld & Co Ltd D,
Recorded July 1, 1911.
Antonio I Agulnr and wf ct nl to
Maria P Agulnr, D! bit In pc laud, bldg,
rents, etc. Run da Cnncella, Riilm de
Pelxo, Bun Miguel, Azores, il, etc. It
.tt.'i p 27ti. Apr :G, 1911
Knglhnrn Kltnnn to llainiila Kunia
Jlro, O M; leasehold, enne crops, etc;
f.:i II 347, p !Rt Jul) II. !!0i
Jus Muttoon Jr to Volcano Stables
Trnns Co Ltd, C M, t'ndllhie roro
door touring cur No 51"::, $520 II
.147, p 2R7. June 15,'lll
nilznhelh Gibson nml hsb (J II) to
Henri- Wuterliousc "Trust Co Ltd, tr,
M; pnr lot U and 14. blk IS. Knlimikl
Tract, Honolulu, Oabu: 12400 II 317,
p 2P2 June .10, lull.
Y Ahln to I Jun lire. L: pnr R P
224!!, kill 7163, nnd bblgs, Iwllol Rd,
Honolulu, Oabu; 12 ,r 6 rs nt tin
per mo, fi rs nt $21 per mo. II 333,
p 82 June 30, 1911
(' Knsten to Dora Alilborn, M: 30,000
sq ft land, Lowers IM. Honolulu, Osliu; J
tinno. n 347, p 291. June 30. 19tl.
Henry Wnterbouse Trust Co Ltd. tr,
to Helen O Atklnon. Rcl; por lot 2,
blk 35, Penrl fit), Una. Onhu; J7000
II 347. p 297 June 30. 1911.
lYnnclscn do F !opez to Mary Gou-
vein. Di 4800 si ft or lot 13. gr 177.
Young HI. Honolulu, Oabu: $100. R
348, p 170 June 10, nil '
Noliokubi IVrn una' hsb (G J) to
Cecil Ri-fiivti. tr M; lot If. o' Aplll-Kn-
..... .1,, -,, ,
. ,'.... ,
oliilu. Ouhu; ;.'59 II
". I' .- .11111. .1
Mutual l.blg A, Loan Hocy of Hawaii
Ltd to Kather Kelle, ltd; lots 5 nnd.'"' '"'
7. blk 31, bldgs, rfiils, itc. Kiilmnkl I reiiencK H i,)nmn in jonn A I'm
Tract, Honolulu. Oibu: $1900. II 347, "ler, I.; pc land. Young Bt, Honolulu,
p 301 July 1, 1911 Oaliu: 3 rs nt $60 per r. II 35J. p
Trent Tmst Co Ltd, tr, to Kitlmukl 87 Juno 2'. 1911
Ijind Co Ltd, D; blk 31-A nnd lot 3-A. Jennie V Hskeiv and Imb (I) to Mnr
bllc 31, Knlimikl Tract, Honolulu, Onhu; itlui W Fish (widow), II, por lot ti.Pn
13.075 sq ft land. 6th Ave, Honolulu,' wmi Tract. Honolulu. Oaliu; $1600. II
Onhu; $1. II 348, p 171. Juno f6. 1911. 38. P 179 July 1, 1911.
Knlmukl land Co Ltd to IWhcr, Mnimxo K Makekau and wf to Wit
Kelle. D; blk 3.1-A and lot 3-A. blk 33. Hani II I'lirdv and vvf. II : lot 32. bile
Knlmukl Tract, Honolulu. Onhu: 1.1.075 3. Kevvnln I.oIh, Honolulu, Oahu; It II
sq ft land. 6th Ave, Honolulu, Oahu; IM. P '" May 13. 1H.
$600 II 348, p 171 June 26, 1911. j R Otn to 8 Kawamoto. C M; 1 inn re,
F.Hthrr Kelle nnd hsb (W) to JnineM t wagon, set harness nnd 75 hens, Mo
T lnch, Di lots 5 nnd 7, blk 33. and HUH. Honolulu, Oahu; $100. II 347, P
por Diamond lid Ave, Knlmukl Tract, '309. Feb 21, 1911
Honolulu, Ouhu; por R I 2576, kill, Antonn Pedro to Wal.ilua Agretl Co
5873, 6th Ave, Honolulu, Onhu; $3250.. ''. ': rs 849 und 1610 and Int In
II .148, p 175 June 26, 1911. , Rr 1666, Kiiiii.iminiil, etc, Walnliiii,
James T Luuh nnd wf to Mutual Oabu: JO rs at $440 per r. II 351, p
Illdg . Loan Hocy of Hawaii Ltd, M: '- 8ept 8, '1910
lot's 5 nnd 7. blk 33, and por Diamond j Hrlggs II Porter and wf In Albert
lid Ave. bldgs, etc, Knlmukl Tract. Ho- Parsons, Di lot 86 (1 J9-100.1 land),
nolulu. Oahu; por It P 2576, kill 5873,'Alewn Height,., Honolulu, Oahu: $1000,
bldgs, etc, 6th Ave, Honolulu. OiiIiiii.H -It". P 181 June in. 1911
$2000. II 347, p 101 Juno 26, 1911. I Joc I) Furla and wf to Pnilllc Savs
J Knwncnelil et nl lo K Kawatatsu.U Invslmt Co. M; lots 9 and II, blk
D: lot in (17a IhiuD, rents, etc, Ahun-JlS. Kiiplolnnl Tract, Honolulu, Oaliu,
loa Trnct, Iliimakiin, Hawaii; $620. Hjl-'o R 7. p .113 June 30, 1911
345, p 278 " Jun 24, 1911. John M Chase und wf by atty to II
Alice K fpen r nnd hsb (H M) lojlJ I'ortir and wf, D; pc Intnl. Smivlcw
First Rink of lllto Ltd, M; Int In porilM Tract, Honolulu, Onhu; $850. II
gr 2165, tildgs, rents, etc, Papnanul,
ltamakiia, Hawaii; $4o6o. H 317, p
282 June 22, 1911
Y Illrnta In First Hank of Illlo Ltd,
C M; enno crops on 21 3-lOa of lot 10,
Pnhoii. Punn, Hawaii; $1000. II 347, P
285 Juno 29. lll.
Kuinoaln Kelllhue (widow) lo Moko
liun t'nlinnn, Di 1-1 of Int In pc land,
Alakabl, H llllo, Hawaii; $1. 11 J45,
279. June 22, 1911
Young Men's Suva 8ocy Ltd In Ke-
koona Ak'l et a I, Rc; Int In por R
2160, kill 3477, Aliiinnn, Wnlluku, Maul;
$100 II 147, p 281, Juno 26, 1111
Fiilinle n Kiilnllllll and lu-b (D K) to
Young Men's Hnvs Bncy Ltd. M: !"
land, Kuhue, Walhee, Maul; $75 R
317, p 289 June 30, 1911
Recorded July 3, 1911,
I, I. Mi t'undlesr. tn Burr Tnl Will Co,
Agrmt, In ro dlsrnntlniinneo of suit,
pi) incut of advances and application
IIJIIM'UI HI IlllVlllllfn II MM J1IIII(.'HIMMI
thereof, and nsHlgnincnt of leases of
lands ut WaUlicile. Knol.iupokn, O.l.u
3f6 ,.1, Jun,28,.l.
(l-,.ni. Kaben nnd wf it ul to Mar)
i: Foster H: Int In rhnres In Aliup.
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Of Interest to Women
THR VOaUE OP THE QUAKER
DOWN TEACHINQ MOTHERS
HOW TO AMUSE THEIR CHIL
DRENA BRILLIANT ADDITION
TO WA8HINQTON SOCIETY.
(1ERTIB MILLAR, tho Kngllsh sc
tress and beauty, has started a
new fashion that of Quaker gowns.
The tendency toward the short waist
ed dresses has been very notlccablo this
winter, and the Quaker dress, with Its
folded fichu, belongs to this order. It
was therefore easy to bring It Into line
with up to date fashions Miss Millar
wears stunning bonnets which are al
most hats. They havo charming ad
juncts In the shape of while lace caps
with pink or pale blue ribbon bows.
To teach mothers how to teach chil
dren to occupy themselves pleasantly
and profitably la tho llfo work of Miss
Anna von Vein.
"Tho trouble Is," she said recently,
"the American mother has not tho
slightest Idea of training a child how
to entertain Itself. That Is ono of the
grcstest kes to happiness In the home,
"Now, how would a grownup person
feel If kept Indoors all the time nnd
given nothing to do? Why, tho monot
ony would set one crnzy or the porson
would be getting In'o all sorts of mis
chief. That Is the child's trouble. That
Is why I have undertaken ivhnt mlghtj
bb icrmra a Kinoergaricn tor mothers,
and that Is why every week n class of
joung mothers jncet hero and learn
how to bnndli nnd model clay, how to
use the little tool box, to weave has.
ktts and other things out of raffia: to
tench their llttl, ones the simple things I
In crochet, which, strange as It may
seem, not one mother out of,a hundred
knows nnvthlng shout.
"When more mothers Irarn tho nrt
of teaching thrlr children the art of
self entertnlnlng there will he fewer
children on the streets, less friction In
the homes, fewer mothers who look
worn nnd tired before they should, and
there will he children whoso llttlo man
ners nro better fr It."
The wife of tho new secretary of the
French embassy, Mmc. de Prrettl de la
Rnccn, Is one of the most rlitureo,iil
women In the diplomatic corps.
Khe Is an artist of no mean nbllliv.l
nnd the drawing room in Columbia
road Is hung with canvases painted
Khe has been giving brilliant dinners.
every week to the members of the dlf-l
Ferent embnrs) staffs. Mme do In line
ra, like many other members of tho1
mart set this season, Is a roller skat--Ing
enthusiast. She may be seen sknt-l
tng with her )nung ton on any pleasant
Inane Mnkntiul to Mar) I Foster. D; '
lot III lull land, Knhitnn, Knol iiiloit,
Onhu; $150. II 318, p 178. Juno 30.
James I. Holt nnd vvf to Trs of Est'
of Jumes Wight, Mi por R Ph 1646. 1910 J
Hnd 7593 and IrnKolinbl. blilgs, rents,
Pt0, King, Kckaidlke, Queen and Mail-
'imkcn Kts. Honolulu, Ouhu; 135,000. U
347 ,, io', June 59, 1911.
I'uu Fill? rt ill li) lllTdt, AIT.U: 111
re rOultnble claim on por np 3, R P
71, kill 25-11, Kap llama. Honolulu,
Oabu II .li.',, p 97 July 1, 1911
lm CI ock Slice (w I to l,ee Yew
Turn'. A L; prenilxi'H, Kinilunila, llo-
"""''" .."""" '5U0' " 35J' " 85 J,,M0
348, p 182 Aug 6, 1909
Knpcka Raker to Yeo Hlng Will Co,
L; ap 3, R P .1TI3, nnd R P 1398. Will
kelc, I.'un. Onhu; 10 yrs at $90 per r.
II 353, p 95. Muy 4, 1911
II P Kapuonn (k) to Paul K Knelo
innkule, L; 7a of gr 7.17, l'alioa, N' Ki
hula. Hawaii; 10 rs nt $4.' per r, II
311, p 89 Juno 27, 1911.
Onome.i Bugur Co to Knpii (k) et
nl. lift; l-l Int In por gr 2141, Alenmnl.iOct 4, UIO
H llllo. Hawaii; $60 II il, p 311.
P.Jnl) 1, 1U
t'nlinnn Klino ami wf to Onnmea
(Sugar Co, Ml o land, rents, eie, llllo,
Hawaii; $100 11 347, p 311 Juno 27,
Darken Itiiiiozn (widow) lo Honn
kuii Hugnr Co, L; right to roiistruct
w itir ditch, etc, across lot 24 of Abu i-
loi llouiestcnds, lliimakun, Hnvviilli li
i sir. li sr.l ..nn ,. ,r. ,.,,,
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I iviMiniiHiii ni i" - i"i"' i '
kill (gr) 12J8 and por kill (gr) 2in.
bldg. etc, Honuaubi, Makawao. Mnul.
',... e I. 3VI. p 8- Apr 25 ,9,1
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this smart velvet hunting cnstuin", whbli iuIkIiI ulso be a skstlng dress,
will ftpiH-nl to tho girl who wantH to show o(t lor figure tu ndvnntsge.
BUTTERED CRAB. if-d. Set R sdn to cool, nnd when milk
Uso one imb, hrc.dlcrunihs, butter,! warm u-lil three lieilton iggs ami halt
cayenne, s.ilt i.'nd lemon Juice. i tiiisimoiiriil of lemon rind, llcnt nil
Cut tho crab mint Into small pieces! fr live or sl)f minutes, then pour Into
and add bnnilcruuihs In tbo prupur-' " P'o dish lined with short paste, Jiake
tlou of one-third crumbs to two thirds! for half an hour. Rent the whllo of
crab meat. Moisten with it little nlh-d igg l' a stiff fruth with a little sugar,
l-utter, tcason with caVuuic. rait niidiPHo rouglily over the top of tho pud
a few drops of It inon Julie. Cuvir villli ding nnd set In tho oven lo brown for
a few brendciumlH, put some Vl "t " ftw mlnutis. Servo either hot or
butler on tho top nnd b.il.o lilt i,r .r "ld
, ' BROWN CHEESE.
LEMON SOUrFLi: Take two ounces or mild cheese, half
Uso four tabic spiHinfiPs of tin .r ,..i n't ouncci of butter, one egg. p, pptr and
a pint of milk, two caim.es cr 'l't tt and cine tiililirpoonful of milk,
butter, tuccounica of vug ir.lhrci' l in-, I'ut Uio butter Into a saurcpin with
en eggs, one loutpounful of gl litcil leoi th.i cbcese, cut In slices and add the
on rind and short paste. f milk, pepper und still to tusto. Hllr
Mix tho Hour, milk nnd melted hut- over the tiro till tho mlxturo bolls; then
tcr smoothly together. Mir over tlio.inlO lltu egg and stir again.- Turn all
flro and then mid carefully two nunics Into a, well buttered fireproof dish,
of sugar i'lr till tho mlxturo Is cook-1 brown In the oven and servo at once. ,
A 1" Tnvares to IJ 11 Kekupnl Itel,
gr l.'Otf, Wnlakiiu, Kula, Maul, 10u0
II 319, p fll. Juno 29, 1911.
George i'opp nnd vvf In t'lnrlir Cnpp,
D. 1-.' Int lu It p (gr) 97.' Hut In. lln-.
inuktialeia. Maul; $100 II 15.' p I' I
June .'8, 1911.
(liiirgc I'eipp nud wf to Divbl Kupo
haklmobevvii, D, 1-2 bit In It I's (griO
.'i'i.'O und 1 1 Mi. Kiiii.iIo. Iloniiuiil i.Maul:
$.'00 II 3".', p 91. June 28, 1111
FrnncKci etc- Itc go nml wf lo Mnuoc.1
M .Ionian, D; l-.'a In hill liml, ICokeunn,
Mukiiwuo, Maul, $.'09 II .15.', p 9.1,
June in, 1911 ,
A I' Tallin s and vvf to Lenunri Tn-
vurcH, I), 1-8 lut lu gr 219, Mnknw.iii, '
Maul; $100 II 15J, p 91 Juun 24, i
1111 - I
I. Wilnzbelmtl to Al.lnnn. L; 2 pes
laml, Knlniliolo, Ijibaliui, M.iul; 10 )iri
at $50 l'-r vr. II A'. p 86 .luiio 30,
I. ul. F Tclxi'lr.t I wf In Man in I F
Telxeh i, I), Int In patent 3872 nnd por
up 2, It P J201, kill M.W, bld'ts, el,'.
Wnlnkiit, Kulii. Maul, $:nnn, R 352,' p
91 .lune7, I'll I,
Court ot Land Registration.
Harriet i' Colenian bv l tij lionr-...
.,,.,,1 4I, ..c A., n ..r . i ..-...,-.
II Mu nl, II; 68,060 f ft r land, lMclllu
llelghlr, llorioiu unb'i. $1. C I. It
Doe No 307 Juno 1, lull
Recorded July 5, 1311,
Cecil limn ii, tr. In Kiualbi Mi Gllllu
II, hit lu lot 18, blk II, Knplol.ini Trait,
Honolulu, Oabu, $25 II .152, p n
Kcoiiuc Ke ku (wlilow) lo Joint II
Nnone, D, Int In real pcisoual nud
mixed properlv of In. 1 1 Kiipm, eleeel;
$11 II 148, p IFI .lune .' 9
Divld loklin to Jobn II .S'uinic. II, lut
In real, persounl anil mixed prnpcity'
if lne i Kiipnit (k) died; $10
jl 1 June 30, pill '
Nmwkl Iknlnrn tn Mnsniln Motofpgl,
' M lc iki Imld. livestock, bldgs, vvuaiur,
,.t,.. Mimni. Vnlliv. II1...0I..I0 rv .!,
$700 II 117. n 12(1 .lu.,!. 's-i. tan.
- '- - ' "-
i"ij 1- i.-nr cni-on, in c,
I 1). 915 sq ft I, ml. Munnx 1"'.
P...l., ..., .M. n.j. ,S. Apr
Vnrl" II K Ilrown to limov C Divl-
.on !) S25 mi ft of r 12. Million P.c
er(ru .V llawn luvstliit Cn Ltd to
Itn-e C DcvUoii, Par Itel; 8.'r, si; (t of
rr i." M.iiini Ibl, llouolulii, Ojhu; $1.
II 318 p I8S. June 28, I'tll
r. Hurltk Drown nml vvf to Ronu O
IJ iv boil. D
3005 hi ft of gr 3.' and
1 971 mi fl Liml. Mimic ltd. Honolulu.
Oiliu; $1 II 348, p 189 Juno 28, 1911.
'ferritin) of Hawaii by Geivr to Hose
I' DivImiii, Hx D; r.3"i yi ft laud. Ma
I'oi IM, Honolulu, Oiliu II 318, p 191.
Juun 28, 1911
i lioiu C 1 iv It on to Terrltor) of Ha
waii, V I); 3 pes liml, Miuoa ltd. Ho
nolulu, (Mm, II 318, p I'll June 28,
I'll I t
Rose V Divl on tu IJ Derrick Ilrown,
11, C:.('5 i ft land, Mnnol lid, Hono
lulu, tlabu, l It ,152, p 101 June 28,
llclir) ballon to John M II I.ukn.
D, 1-2 id up 2. gl 1CC7, and bblgs, Kn
iii.in mul. Wal ill, i, i vim; $1, etc H
Si: p in; Feb li. I'in
J H .U'wilo and vvf to Aiinio An
lone. D, 91i0 ft I mil. iVnts, etc Kn-llhl-wnenn,
Honolulu, Oahu; 1200. U
12 li 103 June 20, 1911
Mnrv K l'ol'r (wldolv) to K Hrrrlck ,
liniwnD: J3,5in sq ft of gr 32. ,Miumi
Rd llouolulii, o.iliu, 12000 R 350, p
I .'11 Apr 11. 19) t
Hophln IC Wnll'er nml hsb (Jl to
Clirlfllnii Aculnr, D; H lulf of Int 5
j or kill 2M near Hotel St, Honolulu,
(iiliii;' I2'0, II 352, p 105 June 19,
' 1911 . '
1 Cecil llniwii, tr, t Marl mo Santos,
D: lut In lot 8, 1,1k ( Kiiilol.inl Tract,
Honolulu, oihu; $(oo n ill, i 10.
linn, .'i H I
' Joint II IM ltd to Oiliu Hugnr Co
I " " lauo, vvaipio, i.wn, cmiiii.
ill jrs ,ii .ijiu per )r -ii ..jj,
June 21. 1911
G(eigo I Ilrown (o inbii Hugnr Co
'.". .Wonsim; lei lille "I inn iei".
I Wnlpio.nwn, O.ibn II 353, p 10 Juno
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Inn1. liuoe mil 11 M A ili,lua
p 177 Juno li, 1011. II .110. p I'l Jjil
I onuluU', Oiliu, 11. II 0I, p 187. Juno
bniikh feu sjIii ui tho II u Hot in
ultlce, 60c ouch.
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