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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1911.
JUDGE DOLE, IN SEATTLE, BOOMS
TRADE RELATIONS WITH HAWAII
SIJATTI.i:, Wnsh, November 4
.Indue Stanford llnllnnt Dole of Ilumi
lnlil, foimcr President of tlio llcpubllc
or ltmuill, It visiting Seattle for (lie
llrst (Imp. Knr the hint eight mouths
JihIrc iiihI Mrs. Dulo have been truv
.clltiK In Ihiropc, mid on their wuy
home the came to Seattle to visit lier
cousin, Mm i:. It Adams, wife of the
maniiKcr of Alexander & Huldwlu
I'iiumuiIIj llucructlr at Mt)ecn.
.ImlRe Polo, who Is now United
Stales District Judge for the Tenltory
of Hawaii, was born In the Islands
HlUy-scvcn jeais aso Although his
sltj-soven years have whitened his
HowIiik beard, his e)e Is brlfiht and
piercing and he possesses unusual en-
irgy. Ills parents, Daniel and Ihnlly
1 till l.i i it Dole, went to the Hawaiian
Islands hum befole Riihl mis discov-
ered In California, and at a time when
Oiejson and Washington were know n
only to the fur traders and a few plo
peers wlm had pushed beyond the
frontier of civilization tn the ocean
Judge Dole was educated at O.ihu
College and later at Williams College,
lie studied law In Iloston, and re-
luriied to the Islands to pruitltc.
Milled Proldcnt nf llcpubllc.
lie was a leader In the leform
movement, and after serving sl years
on the. Supreme Court bench, was
made the head of the Piovlslunul Gov
ernment In IMC, when Queen I.llluo-
Kalaul na dethroned
After be had become President of
the Hepuhlle, In IS!M, President (tro
ver Cleveland demanded that he
should icllmiuish to Queen I.lliuuka-
Innl her', coustltiitlnnal authority
President Dole denied the right of
1'iesldent Cleveland to Interfere, and
after a long continvers won his
It was 1'iesldent Dole's Influence
mote than aliv other man's which
brought about anncMitloii to the
I'ulteil Stales, in Janiiui), IS'IS, when
It beeiiiae nei essary for this (Itivcrn
melit to have a naval base In the
'Ir.nte (.'run Wonderfull).
Ilu resigned as Oovernor In 19(1.1,
and was appointed rnlted States Dis
trict .Indue for the Tenltor
"The Brow th of trade between Ha
waii inn! Paget Sound during the last
few years has been wonderful." said
.ludgii Dole vesterdtiy "Although I
huvkllvcd all my life within easy!
traveling distance of Seattle, It tiasj
never' been my fortune to come tills,
way. Slave trade has grown between
Paget Sound 'and the Islands, popular!
Interest has been moused In Seattle
"Perhaps the Alnkii-Yuknn-Pnclflc
tu iXmu ii'lMKitftiiuHi. ).. -
Imposition was largely Instrumental
In bringing about this neighborly feel
ing At uny rate we nro biijlng lots
of goods hcte, and we ate shipping
our pineapples and other products
here in large quantities.
1'lncapplc luilu-lr) (.'rmilm:.
"I nm Informed bj Mr Adams that
the steamship Honoltilan railed ic
cenlly with W.ono ions of freight, and
that the Hllonlmi. which will sail
shortl with 5000 tons, has been of
fered thrie times that amount of ton
nage. "The pineapple cunning Industry Is
growing In the Islands, mid I expect
to see within n few jears big ship
ments of tnbario from llicio. On the
lee side of Hawaii, which Is piotected
from the mule winds, tobacio glows
wild, and It has been mil within le
lent cnrs that much attention has
been given to the cultluilion of the
'I uli.it cn-ltnMiiir Important.
"The low -I) lug, protected parts of
the Island are admit ably adapted lo
tfibacco-ralsiug, and I mu sine that
the Industry will become Impoitant
Judge and Mis Dole will lenialn In
Seattle until Tuesila, when the will
go homo b way of Salt Francisco
HAS DOUBLE EVENT
Next S.-itmiliiv theie will be a gland
iceoptlon ami cclebrillnn at tlio Kim
Ikcolanl Childicns Hospital It will
be a suit or a double affair as It Is
.he beginning r the thlid Near of the
Instil iitlon .Hid also the bltlhday of
the founder. Mrs. Albert S Wilcox.
There has been an exceeding! pleas
ing puiRiaiu nrraiigcd for the oeca
ilon. , livery one with a friendly feel
ing toward the Institution Is Invltid
lo attend and sec what has been done
along tlio lines of caring lor the un
fortunate little ones of the clt
Many a man aciiulrcs a resilience mi
lis street liv being the urchltiil f
poinehndv elsi s fortune
THE GHAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
I Cure Constipation.
, Mikes New, Klch
Stomach knd Liver
Ceres the Kidneys.
An Investment Not Speculation
When you buy in a district that is known will increase in value as the demand fc greater than
the number of lots available.
The only place 4n Honolulu where you are assured of an increase in value
You have all improvements Cement Sidewalks, Sewers, Water, Gas, Electric
ity, Paved Streets. No Pioneer work. No Rocks. No Grading.
Lots sold ou Easy Terms. Gome in and see me about building a home.
linlircil fur Itffiml Nut. IN lull, from
llli:i(l a. in. In lt"ll p. in.
Huel Kinney mid wf to Wulalua
Agictl Co Ltd M
l.cii Clio to YIiib Nee Tour .....I.
lt or W C l.unalllo by Trs to A K
J K Nariise to ou llaiuni-Young Co
(hihii College by Tin to J lalgnr
lllgglns Tr Itel
J IMgiir lllgglns Tr and wf lo Trent
Trust Co Ltd D
D Donaldson by atty to Mllle Mor-
ils Par Hcl
John J Macgnrvey and f to Trent
Trust Co Ltd M
ltlshoi Trust Co Ltd Tr to II V
Pntten Par Itel
Lulnnl fur llccnrd .Nin.L'O. Hill, from
St.'lll n. in. lo lllillll a. in.
Minnie Kalue to Kaue Tagainl 1)
Do llego & lldwiirds Co.-P. D.
Ka.iua Maiilnl (w) lo Dald Knlhe-
Paul Miihlcndoif Notice
Hlta S Paris et all to Tantalus
M W TVcluidl and wr lo Aklnu (k) ..I)
William Savldge Tr to N C. Petci-
See Kang mid wf to N (J PelciMin ..I)
N 0 Pelcrnson to llauk or Honolulu
Tient Tiust Co Ltd lo Sarah J
Recorded November 4, 1911.
Mutual HlilK .v.- Loan Hoey of Da
wall Ltd to Young Hun, Itili lot 1.
bhlKs. nuts, etc, Mikuiieii and Wal
koae trait, lliiuoliilu. Oahu; $500. I!
.157. p Si. Hit H. It'll-
T llarail.i to I'list II ink of llll" Ltd,
(' M; leasehold, htdgs, llNtnrcs, ite,
I law I, X Knlinl.i. Hawaii; 2 lire lnur
miee polklis; $1000 It SSI. 1TC, Oil
i'IiiiiIch M t'ooke Mil In Palolo Umd
inpriut 'o Ltd. Par Itel; lots :m
anil HI. sec A. Palolo Hill trael. Ho
nolulu. Oahu; lot :!'!. see (', Palolo
Hill tract, Honolulu. Oibu; 1. Jl 357,
p ' Nov 3. t'Jll.
Palolo Laud At luipmnt Co Ltd to
Kalmukl Land Co Ltd, D: lots tin and
ill stc A. Palolo I till Unit. Honolulu,
Oahu, lot Si',.1, sec C. Palolo Hill trait,
Honolulu. Oahu; JM7.J5. II SS8, i S2.
Nov 3. Hill
I Piter Stanley to Win A Coltrell. I);
ai 1 gr 237. Wiilmano, Hwa. Oahu;
I3C0 II 3M, p 21 Oct 15, DUO.
1' 15 Haley to Hawaiian l'lnenppl"
Co Ltd. C M; iilneappte crop on 131a
land, Pupukeii - Paumalii, Konlau.lou,
$3000. II .1
.1 Nov I,
Kalmukl Lnuil Co Ltd to Sldne C V
Turner, ARrmt; to sell tor $l"0 lot 91,
sec A, Palolo Hill trail. Honolulu,,
Oahu. II 35fl, p 317 Nm I lIL
Kidney C V Turner to Kalmukl Mnil
Co Ltd, Agrnit; In piiribu'e for 1100
lot 91, see A, Palolo t llll trail. Ilonii-1
lulu, Oahu. II .15(i, p 317 Nov 1, I9ll.'lba SI. Honolulu, Oahu; tinoo. II 358,
Kalmukl IjiiiiI Co Ltd I" Sidney t
V Turiur and wf. I); lot '.". see A. P.i-
Into Hill tract, llonnliilii. n.ihu; Jlo".
II 35, p 25. Oit 31. PHI
rioni .liitim and hsl. tl'i t" .lofrph
Co Kain, I); 37.7"0 so tt land. Ilu-1
broil Ave, MoMtiiina St end Kapahulu jtcli )H. nn,l, Milgs, etc. Nuuiiliu Val
11, 1, llonntitlii. Oahu; IH.O " 35X, p ,,v, Honolulu, Oahu; J 1 5(1. II 357, P
21; Nov 3, mil.
Jo-.eph I',, Knot and wf to (iuanll.in
Trusl Co Ltd. M: lot- I -' and 3, blk
A. null. .ite. .Minion Hint Honolulu,
Oahu; 38,700 si ft bind lents ele. Ilo-
biou Ave. Mokllimiii SI nnd Knpibulu
ltd. Honolulu. Oahu; ll" l 357. 1
25 Nov 3, 1911
In Yahachl to llll,, Lmporluni l.lil.
M. ealie imp ou 12a lend Kiikitnii 2, .;!. .v , i;i
llllo, Hawaii; 522. II .151. P I"1 "et. Ciiinllun I) Westirvelt and lisli (W
"a. It'll. j 111 to Itoic V Vouiig, 1); 21,835 si ft
Sbliiiabiikiirn Itltisbo to I SinuNal.l, I, m, I, Manoa lid, Honolulu, oahu; :',
C M: foriilliire, loi.l.lnit ul nslls etc. 750 35s. p II Nov 2. 1911.
In restaurant In Uil.ikea Itldg. Pront J y Kuluiiokaliakil to All Fool; O
SI. llllo, Hawaii; 2M. II "IM. P 171'. Ahln, D: l-1a of ai . It p (nr) 23,
Oil 20, 1911. Puiieii, llllo. Iliivvnll; 25Q It 358, p
l' .1 UVIIIiiniH In A ! Ciillls and w r, 2S. (lit 31. 1911.
Itel; lots '115 anil IK,, pitnd I".'", iaiie.1 Mlisiisaburo CiiJIta lo Mrs 8 Kuwa-
coutraits, rents, eli. ill. 11
Puna, lliiwallr 13000 It !."!. p 181.
Nov I, 1911.
Mrs Klkla to Mis Mnrv Knli.iliobu,
I); It P 7715. kill 10IM. Pupike. Ilu
nilikii.i, llavvall; ll. id It .i5v, p 20
IMvvIn Tlionms and wl lo Cbiilev T
Kelllkaahlkl, D; kul fc.'i'l mid poi It P
5212. kul 3757. Wnlplo. Ilnioiikiui. Iln -
wall; $5 II 358, p .'I 'M 17. 1911
l.uey Kiipol and hsl, lo I' A Sebae-1
for, M; lut In pe land. Slcnle lliiuin-
kua. llavvall; 1150 It -I. p IM Oil
MLvmuolo Tokuo to S II,, In, II S;
nine crop 011 lot II. kilvvlkl lloinn-
i-teiiils, S llllo. Hawaii. :
II "!5 P
310.' Oct 31, 1911.
IMille P Mlnir to iln.rge K Miner.
I): 1-10 lot III 3 SV-IOO.i 1.1ml. Vlnevaiil
St, Wnllukil. Maul; $1"" II 5S p Mnrl; $2"0 II 351, p 185. Oct 30,
21. Nov 1, 1911 1911
(liorge I! Mlinr lo Vmiiik Men's J Samuel Nnpohakii lo Miinnel l'rellas,
Savs tfocy LtdA Jl: hit In '! 8S-10"i l kill fiii'JI. Peekaual, Walnieu, Kauai;
bind. Vlnoynrij"' St, Wiillnku, .Matll:'$3C0 II 35, p 27. Oct 2, 1911,
$300. II 251. p :!jl Nov 1. 1911
Recorded November 6, 1911.
Kauiiuhl K Staunton mid tisb to W
(I Siott. II S, lot III leaseholds, rents,
itc, ;: II 356, p 320. Oil 31, 1011
L M KniklintiKPii and wf to C WoN
tir. D; lot 2, blk I, Pearl City, Hwa
Oahu; $50. II 35$, p 19. Sept 2C, It'll
Tn lit Ti list Co Ltd, tr, to Kalmukl
l.uuil Co Ltd, I); lot III lots 1, 2, 3, I,
5, IS, 7 mid 8, blk (12. Oeenn View- trait,
Honolulu, Onhti; JHS0. II 358, p 32.
Nov I, 11)11.
Trint Trust Co l.til, tr, to Kiilmnkl
j,nd f ,t,1, 1); Mt fu lots fl nnd 10,
blk SO. Ocean View tract, ltoiiolulii,
Oahu; 17o. II 358, p 31. Nov 4, 1911.
Trent Trust Co Ltd to William It
Crawford, 1); hit In IS-lllOa land, LI
p 35. July 15, lull.
Wllllain II Criiurnnl ami wf to Hob
;eit w Shingle, I); 12,723 si ft of kill
11172. up 2, Llllha ML Honolulu, O.ihu;
$l2f.i It 358, i 37. Oct 25, 1911
M W Tfihudl to llaun-ili S Knl.inl,
32. Nov i, inn.
KnliuuM t.-nul Co Ltd to John T
MiCrosiin. D; lots 1, 2. 3, 4. 5. S, 7 nnd
'r, Mk r,2, Oiean View tract, lloiiolulu,
o.ihu; M200. II 358. p 38. Nov 4,
Knlmukl l.nnd Co Ltd to J A l.vle,
1; lots 9 ami 10, blk HI, Ocean View
trail. Honolulu, Oahu; JSU0. II 358, p
iniitn, C M; cane 1 rop on lot (I, Pon.i-
bawal lots, llllo. Hawaii; 1500. II 351,
p IM. Oil 31, 1911.
I! N' Iliiliues mid wf to John (I .1 u
dim, D: 511-lim.i laud. Kukunii 2. 8
llllo. Hawaii; f!5o. II 35c, p 101. Nov
J c Ah Sam and vf In Fredrick W
Dimly, M; hit In It P 3IIS, II P (gr)
J:i,ii;. - ,, pur It P (gr) n.liiii, pe l.inil. bld,
1 le. Kumaole, K11I11, .Maul; 1000. II
.157. p 29 Nov 2, 1911.
lvko Ihlbl to Mr- Annie II1II1I. JI;
pe I mil, blilg, etc. .Main St. Lahnlna,
.Maui: $100 I! 357. p 31. Nov 3, 1?I1.
J Alfied Magooii by atty to Dezlderlo
Telle-, ltd: gr 2"I2, Illklaiipea, Kau-
$175. II 351. p 185. Oct 30.
lle.derlo Ti lle mid wf to It A Drum
inond, M; gr 2012. Illklaiipea, Kiiuiin,
Charles II amy and wf to Y Hhldo.
With the opening of the new Im
migrant receiving station at the foot
of Alakca street, the Tortltory's plans
for developing the public niarkclln;!
scheme1 can go nhe.id. So fnr, lack nf
fncllltlcs ti) liandlo goods have res
Dieted Superintendent of Marketing
8 T. Slnrrctt, but now ho has it largo
set of unices and something can bo
done In the lino of n central market.
Superintendent Starrott, In spite of
1 few published reports to the culi
nary, Is finding prnctlrnlly every far
iier tluoughout tlio Teirllory Intel
cstcd In diversified farming and be
lieves thorough! that II (ho Tcirltory
can maintain a sjsteni of helplns Ibo
growers out by teaching tlicni iihout
raising garden piodurts, the field here
Is practically limitless,
Thoic has been 11 big demand for
iced hcic, nnd the Htipeiliilcudent Is
already tunning short of several
As a token of the good work that he
has it, 010 through the pieieut iiiosiiiltii
imiipalKti, Dr. Donald II I'urrle was
i'sterday afternoon presented with 11
heiivliy-Jewelnl Swiss repeating vvaleh
by the business men of the city. H.
Faxon lllsbop made the preveutatlon
and stated that while It was generally
thought that the men hunts of Hono
lulu are too busy looking nfter their
own affairs to atlend lo mutters relat
ing to the Hoard of Health, It was not
true, as they were beginning to renllo
more unit more that the Industrial ion-
lltlons ure dependent on the health
The mt retinitis, said Mr lllsbop, are
behind the bo.ud In lis work and will
stay so. Dr Currle leaves this after
noon -011 the steamer I.urllno to take
up bis new work In San Pranelseo.
An examination of the work through
out the city shows that about 90 pir
cent, of the bananas have been cut mid
D: por land pntent 5153 and pe land,
Kupaii Town l.nN, etc. Kap.111, Kauai;
$1150 II 358, p 31. Oct 20, 1911.
Peter Stanlev to Mnrla Hnnm-iun-wantil,
Itel; lut lu It Px 7178 mid 7133.
Wahlawa, Kauai; $300. II 357, P 32.
Nov i. 1911.
83 Merchant St
kinds, showing that tlio people who
ale willing to take n chaiieu 011 Ihe
future nrc many. Onion seed In pu
tlcular have been lu demand.
Mr. Slnrrctt has visited nil or lliu
Islands now nnd has round 11 nuiulnr
or places that ho declines ought lo
develop Into regular guidon spols. Ilu
wns much ploisel with Kapii, on
Knuul, the Kula district and p.irls or
The board or Immigration and sta
tistics, or whoso organization the 1,1 ir
kcllng work Is a division, miles a big
Increase In liuiullles on ni.irkelli'K
piloses, showing how Interest Is glow
ing. Coupled witli the fact thai ex
periments In raising vatlous gaulnt
products, at the suggestion of Super
intendent Slanett, tuo now In pio
gioss all over tlio Territory, tlio out
look Is much holler than has bren
I that another few days of the wink will
1 ml this p.nt of the emnpilgii A
proposition that the work of cull Ins
should bo sifpcnilcil for u few dns lu
In ill r to ulloiv the streits to bo elearoil
of all the rcfuo was brought up at Ibe
meeting .vctinlay ufliruooii, but vvus
'turned down, lis It was not thought
worth while to slop whin tluro wns
old Kin li 11 little left tn do
lu spite of the clean 1111 mi Sunday
there are big problems facing the men
e.11 (lug the stuff nwiiy still. Ouu apnui
leadi r leporled that there wile still sli
bandied loads lo lie laki 11 from Ids
l.'utomiilogWt I'lillaway leported Hint
he has bled out several sp etc, or the
stegouila calopus fiom lurv.in found
In a ralu barrel at Puiioa Viilley, Dr
Marshall gatbi red speilmius froui the
catih-baslns to stoim sewils tbroiiKli
oiit the clt ami repot Is that lie found
speclmi us nf the calopus among tin in.
As bead of the iniuiulllciw on np
prahciueut. Pud I,. Wablion .veit.-r-iluy
turned lu a rrpoit ou the value or
lirieen bauaiia plantations In K11III1I.
He values Ibem at $lm. The largest,
with two mid 11 bnir aries, be poll
down at $01. .Mint or the owneis were
Japmicse, and several of Iheiu made
claims that wire tin own nut beeiio.-e
they did not conn- iimli r tlio head of
eommeielal bahnuas l
One tlalui was reglstin,! fioiaj P
Pi rrelni of Knllbl, who asked $r,oorror
11 grove wblib be nssei ts lonliilueil 500
ti pes. This Is to be dealt with li the
' ItlirJlit nrflA.-