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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1911.
JPW-SP?' 'W " N ""
BREAK IN PENNSYLVANIA DAM WHICH LET LOOSE
TORRENT OF WATER THAT WIPED OUT A TOWN
1 i" - ',V '- -su 'A ' RSSWSF
y4ff " W-asasHasalaBsBsaVBsBaMiaBBsQeSNEv''''" kH
.-11mii-l- cwm and valley be low it- .rZr-m
kJi i3 I Mi I ill i rlTn WiigaarT"
AUSTIN. Pa. Much of the
which funned thu reservoir that fur
iilshnl power for tho Dayless paper
mill Is still stanillnR, but the portion
that Ritve way was swept out entirely
NO. 210. TDItltlTOIlY OV HAWAII.
COUItT OI' LAND niHIISTItATION
TinmiToiiy ov iiawaii to mhk. c.
1.LOVD; ItlCIIAItD ANTONU;
ANNA PHILLIPS; J. IIAItllOM;
l.IJVI IIOOKANO; J.A.MAOOON;
K. TANAKA; K. VUXAMUDA; J.
J. CO.MUS; W.M. 8AV1D01J (Trus
tei M. Itareto Dstate); K. OHAWA;
LOUIS CIONSALVD.S; M. P. ItOIl
INSON (Trusteo J. Itoblnson Ks
tate); TAM QIJONCI; JANK UOK
ADAMH (wire of David Ada de
ceased); (ii:ou(;i; ii. nnnnuss;
IHinKIlT IIIJIUIDKH; MAItYIIUH
UKKS; WILLIAM I'lJCHI; KMMA
PUtlll; CIIAItl.DS II V It a DBS;
TIIUUITOIIY OP HAWAII, by Al
exander Lindsay, Jr., as Attorney
General, and by llarston ramp
bell, iih Superintendent of Public
Woiks; CITY AND COUNTY Ol'
HONOLULU, by Joseph J. IVm,
iih .Major ami President of the
Hoard of .Supervisors; and to ALL
whom It may concern:
Whereas, n pet lion 1ms been pre
iienled lo said Court by Till! HOAHD
OV TlIK HAWAIIAN lOVANfllll.ICAL
ASSOCIATION, an Hawaiian corpor
ation, Honolulu, Hawaii, to ronMiT
and innllrm Its title lu the followhu?
IlehiK portions of L. C. A. MS, Aimiiiih
1, 2,, and .1. tn O. Ileckley; L. (J. A.
:i:,1!i!l, to Ilewahcwa; L. (!. A. 151!l:2,
to Kapule; L. C. A. (03:2, to A. Adams;
L. O. A. S03:8, to A. Adnms, and Mu
llein Award 50, to Lauiiiaka, Kallhl,
Coinineiiclinr at u 2" Knlvanlzed plpo
lllleil with ei'inenl, set In concrete at
tho South corner of this lot, which
bears from n Oovernment Survey Mon
ument near lho .N'oith corner of Oullck
Avintin mid Kins Street, JSI 3G' :ifi".
illstiint 73R r. feet, and runnlns as fnl-1
Iowa by trim azimuths: I
1. 23S" 13' 200.8 fet aloin; fi neo to!
Iron pin (Mr.. O. Lloyd,
2. 251 20' 122 0 feet alone same (Mrs. j
C. Lloyd, nwiur); I
3, 172" 30' 23.0 feet alonff L. ('.. A.
818:3, to O. Deckley, to Iron!
plu (It. Antone, owner);
4, 258 12' 35S.S feet nloin; stonowull i
and feiieo to Iron plu; j
5. 113 311' 111.0 feet tilling feiieo to
Iron plu (J. A. MiiKoon.owiiir);
I! iri.'i" 22' 21S.0 feet uloilK s.uno (J.
A. Mnenon, owner);
7. HI r.2' i:ifi4 feet iiIoiik saiuo 'J,
A, MiiKonu, owner);
8, 59s Bit 30" 140.23 feet along sainu
(J. J, Combs, owner);
.down to thu foundation. This picture
was inuilu from the tiiim-r side of thu.
wrecked il.im, and It shows u vlcwldownstrcam by the mass of water.
looking tluoiiKh the bread anil down thol
valley toward thu UllaKu that uns dc- WanklT llnllrllnll ner Tr.
9. 32G 47' 93.0 feet iilnni; samo
(Louis rions.ilves, owner);
10. B3" 03' 432.0 feet aloiiu samo (Louis
11. 132 42' 'yj.'i feet nloiiK same (Louis
12. 01 "7' 13.7 feet iiIohb fence nml
roadway to Iron plu (L. llon
13. C3" 05' 11.9 feet nloiii; samo (L.
II. CO" 47' 08.9 feet iiIoiik samo (L.
(lonsnlvcs, owner) ;
15. CH tir.' 12.10 feet iiIoiir Hiimti to 2"
inilwinlxci! plpo niled with ce
tneut and set lu eonerete, on
the new maiikn lino of Klnt,'
16. ;tl0 37' 311" 382 0 feet iiIoiik tho
new maiika linn of Klnit Street,
to tho Initial point.
Contalulni? mi area of C 830-1000 acres,
You are hereby cited to appear nt
tho Court of l.uuil IteRlstratlon, to bo
held nt the City and County of Ho
nolulu nit the 1st day of December,
A. D 1911, at oiiu o'clock mid t lilt ty
minutes In the afternoon, lo Miow
cause. If any oii hue, why the prayer
of Hild petition should not bu Krauted.
And unless, .sou appear at said Court
at thu than mid placo aforesaid your
default will bo recotded, and tho wild
petition will I io taken as confessed, and
you will bo foiever hatred fiont eon
testing said petition or any decreo en
Witness tho Honorable W. J. UOII
INSON, Juden of said Court, this 7th
day of November, lu the year nineteen
hundred and clown.
Attet Willi Senl of s.ild Court:
(Seal) M T. SIMONTON,
f,077 Nov. 8. 15, 22, 29.
Are You Well?
IF NOT, WHY NOT? GO TO
For a courae of aprauta that will
rejuvenate you and make you
aorry that your life la not twice
176 S. King St. Phone 2467
Thomas ii Knotts, mnynr of (Ian,
I in., mid Waller tlllisou, riimiclluiati,
wei'ii arrested roceully by deputy sher
iffs on chaik'CH of ncccpthiK" and so
lIcltliiB bribes lu u lieutlntr franchise.
stroyed. Tho portion of the dam that
was torn out was thrown many feet
TO MAKE CIGARS
OF KONA WEED
As it result of tho splendid ptos
pccls of lho Koua Tobacco Company,
in separate company, lho Kookoit Cigar
Icompati was formed jostenlny to
haiullo Iho piinliict of tho tobacco
plantation at Kon.i nnd to iniiko elR
ins. A factory will bo built at Koua
Articles, of Incorporation woto filed
I yesterday nflernoou.
i Tho in ionization Is a joint stock
company wnn it e'ipiiaii.,iitou oi
fJUOO, tho holdern of stock helm; tho
followliiR: ,1. L. Daniels, IKmO: P. .1,
Daniels, Viftil; W. I'foteiihauer $300;
V. II. CiibIIo. $300; (loorRO Ilodlok,
.'itM)j .1. V. llninhurR, S5H0; C. (I.
Owen. $300; .1. P. Curls, $300; Koua
Tobacco Company. $300. Tho nlllcers
elected nro as follows: ". .1. Daniels,
pienlilciit; W. II. Castle. lco presl
dent; (icorgo Ilodlok, Irc.iHUtcr; Clin
ton (1, Owen, secretary.
HIx thousand pounds of thu 1UI0
crop, which MnmiKcr Daniels of tho
Koua Tobacco Company Is prepirliiK
to sell, has been puicluihcil and will
bu mado Into clinim.
Kvcnlu.illy It Is hoped that tho r.ie
tory will hno nit' output of n million
cigars poi-annujii. t , '
A tMieelnl nu'ollnp of lho laud hoard
watt held jcslenlay afternoon to deal
with tho license to ho Issued lu re
Kind to tho tuunolliiK of thu Wala
hole raiiKu for tho purpose of curv
ing water thinuirh to this shlo of tho
Island, Tho details of lho license
wero published lu the Hul let I it
Tho successful bidder will be io-
tpilrod to put up u deposit of $ t o.uou '
at thu tlmo of lho hid uh a miaratilro
that ho will enter lulu thu nKieomont
within a certain peiind and later
when tho uki cement Is entered Into
a cash deposit of $50 000 will ho re-1
-lulled In eiiRiilo lho .eanyliiK mil id
W. Pfuteiihuiior has applied for tho
Tho experience of Mutlierliooil In n
trying one to moM. women nml mnrka
distinctly an epoch In their lives. Xot
one woman inniitm
Mretl ia lireparcd ot
nuucrtitanus now lo
nilnysIinM inatllcal rillCl, ror rc,mivs phrulm and vine
tlmo I.r'chlMJ.Irtffi'''"' i'1iIkI" l""'"r lho rorr..cnrli
lint iiintiy iipproacli mobijuho, and some forty-three out of
I YisrrrmkMxrPtlio extHTirticn Willi
nn orRanlsm unfitted for tho trial of
strength, and when tho Btr.iln is over
her system lias received a shock from
which It is hard to rccocr. Follow
ing right upon this comes tho nervous
strain of caring for tho child, and a
distinct clianga in tho mother results.
There is nothing nioro charming than
a happy and healthy mother of chil
dren, nnd indeed child-birth under right
conditions need lie no hazard to health
or beauty. Thu uticxplalnnhle thing is
tliat, with all tho evldeucu of shattered
nerves nml broken health resulting
fr"tn an unprepared condition, women
11111 nt-lat 111 miltwf l.tlitillv i t tin trial I
It isn't ns though tho experience,
enmo upon them tmawaris. They liavo
nmplo time in which to proarc, hut
thev. for tho most part, trust to chanco
and pay tho penalty.
In many homes oncn childless there
nro now children 1-ecnuvo of tho fact
that l.yll.i y.. rilikhaui's VeKolnbln
Compouud makes uomuli normal,
liealthy, and btroug.
Anv 'xroninti would Ilko
. Hpcelnl iiilvlco In rrKiiril lo llifM
mutter is cordially Invited t
wrlto to Sirs. IMiihliiiin nt l.ynn,
IMiisk. Ilcr letter will buliuld lu
ROSA J CO.
Good Old i
Bottled In Bond
JULE8 PERCHARDS A FlLS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver' to Any Pert of tho City
ROSA & CO.,
AUkea and Qneen Itrteti
I acific J
KINO AND NUUANU STREET!
You'U ind thej'n oil food fal
It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Dariti, Prop
JTOl-IAll'AT All, BAJU
INGUEN00K WINES .j
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Rstltnatea given on nil klnda ot
Concrete Work, a Bptcfalty
AUAHI STREET. NEAR NUUANU
Will Do It
G. M. DUNCAN
Mg pe,.,,,,,,!,, 8t, opp. Royal Hawaiian
Tliat tho work of Biiiiltitlon, imilcr
iho dlrcclloii of Dr. I. II. Currlo, will
bo carried tlirongli In spllo of "klckK'"
rrutu IihIIvIiIiiuIh who nro niiRry 1)0
cnnso llipy hiivu to olircrvc tlic rcRii
lallonn laid down liy Die milhorltlcs,
U tho attitude taken unanimously liy
tho cltlzcim' committee of Hovcn at
Its mectliiB yeterday afternoon.
The "kicks" are beginning to ennio
In, iih wa expected, but mont of them
ate roollsh. A few Kccm to bo found
ed In aomo icason. for n lieutenant
In emu of the districts, Apana hIx.
peeiiiK to liai been n little bll ovoi-
.! In 1il lii'nr..rnlnllnn ilf llin
ioriy-Bi coinpinintn came irom mis
illBtrlct. , I
Many of Iho proteslH have come n
tho result of tho order that lunima
trees close to the Iioubos must onio
down. This order Is to be carried out
without fear or faor. It Is declared.
llowcer, no wholesale destruction of
banana trees Is to be allowed without
special orders from Dr. Currlo, tho
Idea being that where the Ihelllu'od
of n family Ik at stake, pirtlculnr-carc
Is to be exercised,
One nenriie Miirsliull Is ileelured an
einploju of Hie Honolulu rood depart
iiient iiudir thn direction of Supirvlsor
Charles Wllron, mid drawiiiR Ills regu
lar tiniiillily sllpeiid friiin the eity ami
(ouiily roiTriH, and at the sumo tlinu
theio urn thusu who come forward mid
depose that Marshall Is not n cllUcn of
tin. United States.
'I lie tlatiis or Marshall was one of
lho ninny matters of inoro or less Im
portance that cuiiin up for settlement
last cM'iihiR when Iho eity and county
hoard withered In regular session.
Deputy Attorney Mlherlou sutilult-
ted a report to Ilio e fleet that It was
up to the board lo pnsltlMdy determine
whither Marshall was an American cit
izen, nml If not, the law was miiIIo clear
In tlio pn mixes It was pointed nut
tliat if Marshall laid resided within the
boundaries or tho city and county for
olio, year preceding the ilate of tils em
ployment, then ho was cIlKlhtc lo tho
billet that had been offered him us an
employe of the road department.
Mors Convietlona Then Arreata.
Sheriff "imp Jarrett presented
monthly report for business dono In
Hie police department during the month
of October Unit caused Supervisor Hlien
Low to turn to Ills old college chum.
Supervisor Murray, for Interpretation
.Murray Is chairman of the police com-
inlttee, nml Low wanted an explanatlon'w'pnt Into effect compelling thu olllclal
to the statements contained In the Jar
rett report to the effect that 203 Ram
blers were arrested, while 223 wero
found Kullty and convicted on that
ihnrKc Low professed to see what ho
considered errors of u like nature.
Deputy Attorney Mllverlon urnsu ui tuts
Juncture and offered an explanation that
III his opinion the total number of
eoiuktlons mlitlit Include those who
had been nppreheiiiled on u regulation
Hiiinmons, In which event these per
sons would nut bo counted among the
number of arrests for tho month.
According to Sherlrf Jarrett, thu jot
lieu department made 103 arrests, with
:I7U cum Ictlnus, while lines and cikIs
moiiiileil up to MS.' fi. 10. (lamblers head
the list at 203; drunks, 30; iissault and
I i.ittery, f.l, l.irciny. 22; viigrancy, 21;
prnfiiHlty, fl; disorderly house, 3; nils
Wilaon Takea Typewriter In Hand,
lload Supervisor Wilson, whom liw
rl.thued lias heretuforo Ignored the
lioiird III the mailer of making reports
or consulting with Its members, has
apparently suffered n decided cIiiiiikh
of heart. He wns tho author of a num
ber of reports which wero presented for
consideration of thu supervisors last
evening. Wilson turned over u bill
presented tn the Knlmukl Ijincl Com
pany calling for $101.28 for the use of
eity sleiim rollers for ttio month of
July, mid sllll unpaid. Wilson claimed
hut tho Knlmukl l-iind Com puny stat
ed Unit It had it hill which would morn
Ulan offset this charge. Thu city fath
ers decided that they must lie shown.
City and County Auditor lllcktiell re
ported I hat ho hud appointed A. Q
Marcitlllnn as clerk In his omen In the
place of IMward Hopkins, resigned
Thu matter of a substantial lnereao
In the pay of certain Janitors In thn
public schools was given a cold shoul
der In a teport from City and County
llnglnocr (lere, who llled objection In
lho proposed raise on the ground that
all other employes would then be In
lino for morn money
Would Condemn City Equlnea.
An attempt to snuff out the lives
of "Olrlle" and "flypsy" two time
tried horses In the service of the city
Korlufco department, met with united
J-or a ntcl.uig
couah. not hi nil
tmnsw ' cavurii ana
II' DR. CURRIE
The HtlffMiR' cnmmltti'o k.io Dr.
Cnrrlc'H attitude the sttroiiRCHt kind of
in IndorHonuMit )i'xtenln nftenuxin
sit Kb mcetliiK and l iiriureil to
hack hlin up to the cud
The district oertcem now cuinltuil
ate as follow : i
Apana I William Terilcn. Illll
MorrlB. II. T. Mcl.iln. Willl.un Sleccl,'
i! T. Hatnanl, l'r.ink lliilml, UcorKo
Apana 2 Irwin (' Walters, Am
iiroxo I,. KIsslnKer, John V"hlitn.iu.
t'harlcH HeiiKiil, Charles I' Slnliert
Lewis Abbott, ,loseph A. Akors
Apana 3 John Ilclllrli, Joseph O.
Hay, Daniel II. Curry, Paul Wodnrrkx.
Henry A. Dooley. (Jeorso i:. Ilrandou,
Samuel II. (luyon, Waile IMIlmaii
Apnna I -Clarence IPiucrsock, (Itn
V. Hejer. Nell l.jdhl.. Klmer II '
tliccnlaw. Hemy M. Ilnrfiiian. 1'iaiik
KopiiIk. I.cwIb U. Spear, John J. Mc
K I lion.
Apana fr- Tavlor IPkIiicbs. Herman
II. Iloppe, Kied .1. Dean Chailes Con
nette, Althur I). Klsk llonry llo'cli-
eti, William Shatidcra, Patrick
Apana (I- Kuill A Wolikcll. Thonns
C. Ilratit. 1C .1 Waddlnglou. Martin
11. (Irlllln, Hay Mc.Miilion, T 1C I Hit,
(llomwxid 1" Dowers, llarton C. ltoo
Proapt Rdicf-Pcnuant Cm
LIVER PILLS m
lal Partly TeteJ.
abta ad eortiy
but nelly oe
etirieo japtove tke conpleami brielitca
ikeeree. SomJI fOLSeuIl Deee,laarrko
Gvnaine owtUai Signature
ontxisltlon from the board, which for
once dropped "combinations" and party
nlllllallous ami rushed to the its-dxtntien
and iirccd Ilio preservation of thu iirciI
hut trustworthy atilmals A complaint!
had been reentered nKiilust tho iinl-1
mals by Humane Olllcer Hose Davison
The horses had been condemned LOW
slated that he had examined tho equities
anil believed that they should bo Kheit
ii Ioniser lease of life and proposed that
they he put to Milliter work, to which
City Officials Hustled Some.
If the speedometers attached to thu
several municipal Joy wiikoiis or an
tomotilles are it criterion. Honolulu'i.
city olllclals sure hustled some diirlni;
tnp past month. Since the new law
registration of tnileiiKe of city and
county autos, soino amusement has fol
lowed the lllim; of reports.
Tho Pern chariot of slate, which Is
a favored mentis of roiind-Hie-lslaml
lours, covered 920 miles, whllo City
and County KnKlncer (lere fell some
short liy u report of 700 miles, Sheriff
'jarrett reported tliat police mile No. 1
went 871 miles, while No. 2 fell behind
to the tune of 810 miles.
The auto In the service of Pirn Chief
Thurston Is credited with the modest
record of but 281 miles for n month.
At the cmulipdon of Ilio reports,
Murray arose lo exclaim;
"What's the use, Mr Mayor?"
New School for Watertown.
Tho Hawaiian Dredging Company has
entered Into an agreement with tho city
and county to irett a suitable school
building on it site at Wntcrtown, thn
clly lo pay $10(1 a mouth for a period of
one ear, after which time thn build
ing will revert to the county
Chairman Kruger of the committee
on sanitation and health Introduced a
resolution culling for the appropriation
of 12300 to lie expended lu tho lllos
James Illicit was granted thirty days
leavn of absence, and during the tlmo
he Is away li Ii llarluiaii will act us
Inspector of chauffeurs.
A public moonlight band concert will
be given this evening at 7.30 lit Aula
Park The program will ho:
Mnrih Thn Cadets (new) ,
Overture Tho King's Lieutenant. .Tilt
Polonaise Coronation ... Itureudiaii
Selection lloliemlau (ilrl Il.llfe
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. Ar by Merger
Selection lliinnway (Ilrl .. Mnnckton
Waltx -Idola (new) Ijiurendeatl
Thn Parade and ITjIng Colors (newt
Thn Slur Spangled Manner
Tho mall to nrrlo hero In tho Si
erra on Friday morning Is exacted
will bring some late advice from Pro
cldeitt and (lenornl Manager J. A,
Kennedy of tho lutor-lsland Steam
Navigation Company who Is now on
thn Coast attending lo lho closing de
tails of construction on tho now In-lor-lshunl
ktonuier Kllauea, Tho u's
tel Is Httppocd to participate In n so
ilea of trial runs within a few dnjs,
the results of which will piohably he
cabled lo Honolulu by the head of lho
BOBBBBBBI BOllVSrl OF
Wtitn a Rat
be feels Bi thnueh
b had Bnllosii
ruiiheit out- of
doori tn tearch o!
water. II Htli (
tnlnator tor rata.
waier duo. etc
if it fail,.
9t a.a ai.ao.
,Jn.lnl ... ,,
Here io tho orealcat tlemonntrallon
ot ine power ot ono minn over anoincr.
Thounhtl nidleil front the lirAln-cella of.
... . ,. ... T
the audience tike ay money.
Notlun-i liko it cent here alncoltre
visit of the lalo WASHINGTOH IRVfj
INQ BISHOP Tho Grcatcat Mind
Heading Act on the Stage.
May Edith Tayloiil
No let-up in the enthusiasm
this Young Lady is !irec'
"Melodies From the
TAKE NOTICE I
POSITIVELY LAST TWO NIGHTS I
Lucia Lottie Collins
The Idol of the London Johnnlea.
The Card at the famoua Empire
Mualc Hall Tho Pet of Hawaii.
On MONDAY and TUESDAY EVEN
INGS ahe will give imitations of her
"The Little Widow"
AN ILLUSTRATED STEREOP
With 8peclal Reference to
Volcanoea of Hawaii
Frank A. Perrct
FRIDAY, NOV. 10 - 8 P. M.
A. N. SANF0RD
Bolton Building Fort Street
Over May -A' Co.
l'lare ttiiir hand on ie polio, ot
Honolulu's business world by IicIiib.
n constant render of the Want Adl
Section of the bulletin.
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