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EVENING BULLETIN, H6n6LULU, T. H, MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1911
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NVESTIGATING I yottr,nrw I
Fruits and Vegetables
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Puritan Creamery Butter
Received by the S.S. Wilhelmina Tomorrow
Henry May b Co., Ltd.,
CASE IS ARGUED
(himlil lliillctlit Correspond, nee.)
WAIUJKU. Sept. .".() The otltton
of Mrs", Klcanor Wilcox h. Mnj
llrritwt et til for a ti'tiiiiornry Iiijimi
tlon to picvont Iho latter from com
mll'liiB wasto on Hip up Wnlohnll
Kcofcea homestead lots nt Kllicl lie.icli
wan hoard licforo Jiidgo 8. II. KIiiks
lury of Iho Second Circuit Court Dili
Morning. A. M, llrnwn of Honolulu
wan also "present In ourt. Attornoj
renews and sustains the
strength of weak, failing
babies; pale, delicate chil
dren; tired, nervous women
and feeble, aged people. It
contains no alcohol, no
drug, no harmful ingredient
whateyer; it builds up and-
strengthens the young as
well as the old.
Murphy of tlio firm, of Ivorrln An
drew h rpiicscnlci tlio plaintiff wiillo
Attorney K M. WntBon represented
tho defendants. A lengthy demurrer
was :il to lllcil.
Tho plaintiff illit not placo nn)bdy
on tho witness Mand. Tho ilpfpnitanln
plnroil 1'la Cockett, manager of tho
Corn well Itaucli on tlio plain!. 'Among
othi'r things ho tCMttlflc-tl thnt ho ho
MAUI GETS RAIN
BY THE BUCKET
clil II ii 1 1 c 1 1 n Correspondence.)
WAII.MKU, Sipt. 30 AH Mnul 1,
oi Knew i.inwo or nignrona wmji iu njni; rain today. CJ.-o (). Cooper
be urod for nn llitiiK Oho hut fire- ( llniin r ports that .IB huh of riiln
unod, ami Hint their method of hum- Ml In tint undent town during the
ins tho brush nflcr cuttlnc Iho trees hit t nt four hours, and tint Indl-
rtx of Mnul
.. . ,, ... , ... .turn ciiii)Iiik the mint' iwiienuAl re-
Iho hauling of klawe wood, and Hint .. . Mlnllllv .,,.,..,. MnlI, h,.
jl.i'.Mi liiixliu; n dry spell for secrul
iiik mo nrusn niier cuuing ino irccs itm;-i"m imw, mm
for fliow no, 'was for tho pnrpono nf'"""",, "ro for ,ll,,ru r',l
clearlnR tho way M n, to facilitate!"1"1 '"I"'"''" " '"r '"'
..- w..ii- f i,i ....i .., ii.., '"" ofi Iiik the sumo l-cr
IIIll iiillllllltt Ul IV.U..V ...MM,, .mil .1.1.1.
new trtea would grow up from tho
burnt stumps In about five years. Ho ninuthn pant, mid the upeountry people
Raid th.it tho Inju Mr. W. II. Corif'mru ImkIiiiiIiik tu bewail of dry Willi,
well who obtained a renewal ff tho
lease In 1901 was rcipbnilblo for tho
Kpread of l.lawo for It was ho who
iniroHPd klawo beans from Honolulu1
an fodder for Block.
A point was rained that tho pell
tlon did not Htato tho men nor tho
particular npot sought to ho restrain
id, and nl mo tint the other twent
two homesteaders who obtained lots
nt tho same limn with the pctillonei
a few months ago were not mndu
either co-plaintiffs or co-defendnnlR.
Also that the Walohull-Kcnkea gov
onunent land leased to Ibn Cornwnll
Hnmli contnlued 10.000 ncrea while!"!' '""'" " ''io telephone reply from
bdt tho wtlli nro Idled now to gladden
tho heart of both man anil beast. In
tb.it region they trnil tulles n whole
d ly to hi lug water home on pack nn
linnlx. Those getting water from city
pipes biixe no Idea, nor do tluy hac
Kite Ii n high tipprt tin tlon of u lilt from
Jupmr INmlii ns do the thirsty resl
dents of the Knla district.
Walliikn. too. Is hnxltig her full shire
of rain todiy. The Wiiltukii Kugnr
t'ompiny reports seen Inches of ruin
from 12 to Ii a. m mid .41 Inch lor
the pirlod from G n. tn. to 12 noon to
day, making n totnl of ,48 Inch for
tli" twele hours Ijihitna Is nlso
sharing In this rain. "Raining hard
tlio lots opened for homestead pur-
iMnunanln Snnlnnry nt noon today, and
poses contained less than 2000 ncrep.l
Attorney Murphy then asked thai
court to discontinue his petition for
n, temporary Injunction, confessed the
demurrer, and nsked leavo to fllo an
amended complaint, which motion
'was granted by tho Court,
the same nt Mnkawno.
Intcr-lslnud and O. It. ft I.. Shipping
books for sale at the liulletln
office. COn each.
New Wash Skirts
(Contlnutd from Pag 1)
who on ono or more occasions descend
ed upon tho work and drew nil nvall
nblo men nwny for n forco with which
to light the epidemic of plague then
prevailing. Wilson nlso enters em-
pTiikttc denial (o the charges that his
work on Knual wns unintlsfnctory. He
refers his opponents to tho records
Three Bids Under Consideration.
Thn I-onn Kund Commission his
three tenders still under consideration,
despite nssertlons to the contrary.
Theo llcuman To complett work by
September 30, 1912, nt JS8,0r.n.
Ixird & Young To complete work
September 1, 1012, nt 179,710.
t John II. Wilson To complete work
by December 1, 1912, at 179,307.
Itustnce, Peels Coinpmy wnB n lower
bidder than ltnumnn, but Its tender wns
thrown out because of n failure to en
close n certified check ns stipulated tn
the cnll for tenders.
Good Roads Cost Money.
The Loan Kund Commission ns n
wbolo Is of tho opinion that tho figures
submitted by the lower bidders nre
well within reason, nccordlng tn Infer
mntlon today. The original csilmntcH
prepnred under the direction of the
ibminlsslon by the engineering staff of
the city nnd county totaled In tho
neighborhood, of $72,000 for the He
mllo stretch of road.
It Is claimed Hint In tho section of
roid now under consideration, tlure Is
need for cement culxerts which nlono
should cost nt lenst 112,000. The Us
ing of macadam of the proposed lilgb
wiij, without taking Into louild, rillon
nny grading of tho roidbed. Is estl-
uinted to cost bttween llo nnd six
thousind dollars n mile.
Tho Ileeln stitlun requires mmh
grading, which Is nn xpnso that will
keep the coi.t of nny old kind of road
well up In the thousand of dollars pr
The pnxpectus for the new road calli
for nn nfl mncnilani road, nnd not one
Willi a mire top dressing of oil
Rlflht of Way May Delay.
The Tirrltorlal nttorncy-genernl's
department lias jet fulled to secure the
necessary right of wa) for the proposed
llvn-mlto section, displte thn npproich
of the time for the I, ttlng of tho con
tract. There Is n stntch of two mllm
ovir which the load s supposid to
pass Hint belongs to the heirs of the
White n nrrllmlnnry moo has been
mnde to ncqulre this land, no uVflnlto
action has ben taken for the reason
that the eslnjn nnd the government
haw fulled to coino tn n satisfactory
ngrotment. Pondeninntloii procitdlngi
will therefore have to lie Instituted, nnd
towards this end the go eminent Is said
to hnxes done nothing. This failure In
securing this tract of Innd miry cnuso
n perceptible delay In the construction
wn-, wboeer succieds In landing tho
Blank books of all aorta, ledger
to, manufactured by the B u 1 1 1 1 1
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l i,ti , "tv t!,
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Shipping and Commission
t Agent for
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