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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY '1, 1912.
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MISS OKAJIMA RETURNS TO
"JAPAN TO TEACH MUSIC
fir iimhlng for four years In llio
UlihiH'l of Sracuso Miss Masi
Okajlmn. nlio graduated villi honor
ik nix icliirnlng to Japan In the Ten
vn Main, which left this port ycslcr
!a. iifiornnon for tho Orient Miss
OKaJluiH Ik nna of t lie bent musicians
among Japanese women
During tlie stni of the Tcno in tills
port yesterday she expressed hcrielf
as much plenseil w i' li the songs Klin
learned In the university Sho said
hat "Ncnicr My Coil to Thee," "Lend
Kindly Light " "Homo Sweet Home,'
and "Annlo Laurie" are some of tho
boiiks Hint will endiiro In her memory.
On her aTlinl In Japan Miss OkaJI
ir a will tench music In tho government
schools When asked about American!,
sho Btalcd emphatically that tho Amor
lean Is a gentleman In every sense of
Inirit jour monrj In II ill let In
tdicrtlilng niiil It returns to J ou a
To be Sold at, 50c per Room and upward
Choice Selections of the Finest Wall Papers made. Put up in
lots sufficient to cover the walls and ceilings of rooms vary
ing in size from 8 ft. x 10 ft. to 20 ft. x 24 ft.
Don't Neglect This Opportunity
Sale Begins May 1st
Lewers Cooke, d.
177 South King St.
RAPS HAWAII COMMISSION
Under the title "Hawaiian Commis
sion Wns Caught Napping-," the San
Francisco Kxntnlner publishes tho fol
lowing as "Special Correspondence"
HONOLULU, April 10. Hawaii tins
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urcn tiiiiiii uuiuuia,u uj mu i'ip'1-j
Ity Willi which tilings are Happening
In San Francisco, and the Hawaiian
World's Fair Commission Is without
funds with which to proceed with Its
Urgent messages novo been iccehed
from San Francisco that Hawaii sel
ect her slto and notify the Fair direct
ors what stylo of building Is to bo
erected, and ta what price. On receipt
ol these messages tho Hawaiian com
missioners made u wild rush for was
Tho Legislature. In authorizing tho
appointment of tho Hawaiian Commis
sion, neglected to allow It any money,
believing that tlicro would bo plenty
of time to appropriate funds tit the
111 1 3 session.
Yesterday, at a meeting of tho Com
mission, a letter from Governor Frear
was read, saying that tho matter or a
piclluiluury appropriation might be
taken up at a special session of tho
Leglslatuc, which may bo called to
take up n numbor of pressing ques
tions within tho next fow weeks.
Tho Chamber of Commcrco, Mer
chants' Association and other local
commercial organizations nro consid
ering tho suggestion of Mayor Rolpli,
nn honorary member of tho Hawaii
Commission, that tho commercial bod
ies horo take up tho matter of an ox
hlblt and plcdgo their financial sup
port, In addition to what tho Legisla
ture or Congress may appropriate,
COMPANY TO HANDLE
Petition wns tiled In tho Circuit
Com t jestordny by J. L. Fleming, ad
ministrator of tho estate of the Iain
Janios F Morgan, for permission to
Bell property of tho cstnto to tho now
As told tho In tho Bulletin
some tlmo ogo, tl(o now enncorn Is
organUed as tho Jumna F. Morgan
Company Capitol Block Is $100,000.
Fleming says that ho nnd tho other
petitioners nro desirous of farming a
$100,000 corporation and that thrco
quarlorB of the stock huvo nlroady
been subscribed. Tho now company
is to nsstimo liabilities amounting to
$42,0i0.8." nnd tnko over accounts ro
cclvnblo amounting to $27,900.5), also
bunk bnlunccs amounting lo $11,908-
62, and tho rights of the estnto to a
Blink exchange scat. Tho proposed
now corporation Is to pay to tho es
tate thn sum of $17,795.31. cash and
1 $8000 111 pnldup stock of the corpora
tion to befariued.
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i Wnnt adi In (lie II ill let In bring
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 30, 1912.
From 10:30 n. m. to 4l30 p. m.
Kowtflic In l-nii Yin Hcl IXiw
I jiii Yin anil wf to I'lchl Yaiimno I)
Ng Hlicu and hub to Ulchl Yaniane D
Kapjliu Archer et ul by nffdt to..Affdt
Mar H Lyniiiu and IikIi to Lewis
J Hodge Agrmt
Luiiru I) Hlicrmuii by attys to No
Cecil llrimn ,tn Territory of Ha
waii f n
Helen llojil ami bsb to Simjuro
lhiimn M Niikulnn to Howard I)
II Wiitcrhouse Tr Co Ltd tn Hunk
of Honolulu Ltd A.M
Auto I'lilntlng Co to Mill Hunim-
Young Co Ltd CM
Wllllnin Norton lo Tr of William
Norton ct al I
Juiuch A Wilder to Kullii Knu-
Kullii Kauhniio to Jumcs A Wil
der t D
JaniCK A Wilder to Kulla Kniiliano I)
Kullii Kuuliane to I, Ah Leung... JJ
Entered for Record May 1, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Clin Kl Mill to Yce Show- I
Miiimcl .MeilehoH Jr nnd wf to
Josii Jaclntho and wf to Carolina
I Kl'SM'llllCK . . . .
Yung Yan by atty et al to Loo
Loo Ynu to Chun Keo ... CM
lMlth V. Pond nd hub to Ynye-
inon Kiinlnobu D
Kdltli U Pond and lisb to Ynyc-
mun Kiinlnobu I)
MEASLES GET YOUNGSTERS
llctwccnono and two hundred Im
migrants are expected to como from
(Juarnntlnc Island to tho Territorial
Immigration stutlon tomorrow, and
meanwhile tho Territorial authorities
lire busy getting thoMc'iilrendy out onto
Island boats and off to their urlnus
Am expected, measles In a rather
light form are catching many or the
children. It Is expected thut the ills
case will run through the ranks of
practically all tho children. Only thoso
who have rccocrcd and Immuncs aro
being brought over from Quarantine
Wireless tests aro being conducted
by the Navy Department to determine
what effect vegetation has been radio
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