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1500 to $15,000
FOR SALE Fluu house unci lot
Niiuiiiiii hita from 12M up.
FOR RENT-A neat alx-runm cot
tage at I'ahiiua, near town: 110.
Ilciiullfiil irnoviited 8-room hniiso
with fruit trefa. rlertrin light and gas.
and largo luunl; completely acreened;
Fine cottage In town, with electric
light nml giia mid quiet ifclghliorhood:
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(li'iirrnl (iunlncr W. Pearson hi In
rnmniaiid of the lull il In on guard lioro
hpruuse of the mill Hli'lko. Ho ha
Khi'ii strict orders that umuitliorlzutl
liorHiiiiH shnll not approach tho mills,
nnd one man who refused to obey nil
order lo hnlt rrrolvcil n bayonet
wound In the arm.
1'iofrssloniil cracksmen wlin wont
to u great deal of trouble to blow tho
Haf(, ,n t, p0tylllcn nt Cliupii'iuu. N.
y., Kt 0,(y $r,o In stamps and mouoy
for tliglr pains.
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others provide for tomorrow, but
tho thoughtful man it saving for
tho day after tomorrow.
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Savings Department will be a
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$1500 About in acre nt Kullhl Val
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j J. - tBfih. leVaJ .-- AW. -
Miss Wllhclinlnn Weight of llllo Is
the herolno of n dory from Loa An
geles In tho Examiner, because tifs tier
splendid horsemanship. Tlio Examiner
Princess Wlllielmliui of llawull took
n hlgh-aplrlted horibo figuratively un
der her thumb yesterday und sut upon
It in tho moat literal innmicr.
It had been arranged that the prln
ceaa should ride In till" morning's jin
riulo wearing her ancestral robes, but
tho charming young Hawaiian had
made up licr mind very deiluitely that
first of nil rhc would luio.v tho man
ners of tho .necesaary horse
Noble McCandleas nml other Hawai
ian Shrlners Immediately on hearing
thla VrtH'lamatloii commenced n far
mid wide aearcli for n borae Hint knew
bow to parade.
Someone g6t a clue that Itnlph, the
black liorae that bad been capeclully
purcliused for the Knights' Temtdar
conclave In Han Francisco, wua paaa
Ing nwuy nit imrecoKiilxcd existence
Ralph Is Discovered.
They learned that Ralph wua In the
poasosalon of Ur. Conrad iHlelnnlller
if thl' city, and permission un speed
ily grunted that the princess might try
Prior In thla ahe had tried either
hnraea, but each had displayed n placid
disposition not to the liking nf the
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Kpeclnt ltiillotln Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON. I). C May 1(1 Ite
piilillcati polltlclana have Dually taken
up tile iidvlaulilltty of Humiliating a
dark horse aa u aubatltiilo for Mr
Taft. William llarnea Jr, the New
York bosa, auggeated the neccasity for
tlila cinirae several weeka ago, hut wua
poohpoohed Into alienee. Following
the reaulta In Prnnaylvania nml later
In Mnaanchuaotta, Mr. llarnea called
attention to Ilia advice and Intimated
that It might be a good plan to follow
It .before a Democrat became Preal-
And ao It transpired that all the big
lendiTK took up tliQiauggcatiou of Wil
liam Ha r ilea. It dally developed that
If Mr. Tart were nomlijated hla defeat
would lie certain na a reault nf the
bitter feud that lina recently raged be
tween hla follnwera and those of Col
onel Itooaevelt. It aeonied absolutely
itaaiircd that much kulllng would lie
Inevitable In November and Demo
cratic triumph would be eiiially cer
tain. The folly of nominating Mr. Taft
haa been much diacuaaed. The feeling
iiaa ateadlly grown that some other
aelectlon imiat tie made for the good
of the Republican party. Mr Taft haa
not yet been taken Into these coun
i'IIh. but hud heard of them.
Burton Good Compromise.
At llrat tho name of Charles Ii
Hughes, associate Justice of the Hu
preme Court, hobhcl lip moat fre-
liiently. A I rllle later the name, of
Senator Theodore 12. llurtcin of Ohio
wua mentioned on all slde.t and iillto
a boom waa Inflated It wua Immedi
ately realized tlint Senator Hurton
nould prove In be an Ideal compro
uilae candidate lie la u atrnlglit-out
party man, but with aulllclent Inaur
gency to oppose niitliliig that bo con
aldera detrimental to the general wel
fare. Since hla aervice In tho Senate
Mr. Hurton lina often voted With tho
radical IriRrealea, audi na 1m Fol
letto, llrlatow and ('lapp. Hla high
atandliig and eminent ability urn rec
ognized. The only objection raised trt
lilm ia liaaed on the fact Hint lie la a
bachelor and anuie have clnaallled lilm
as a woman hater Hut, atlll, Ilu
chanaii and Clevelanil liialingeil to
ntruggle along in the White limine
without a llrat lady of the lund, to aay
nnlhliig of Arthur nnd Harrison nfter
lila wlfe'a death. Otherwise, Mr. Hur-
Inn la the moat popular auggeatlon yet
maile In the nature of a dark-horse
Think Taft Too Dcepdn Fight.
The advisability of aldetrucklne Mr
Tuft la not baaed at all on the belief
Hint he can not secure the nomina
tion. Republican malingers do not by
any moans concede Hint t'oi. Itooae
velt can obtain a majority nf the dele
gat ch to the Chicago convention. It
la merely regarded aa party 'suicide to
make Mr TuH tlio atanihird-bcarer af
ter the despcratn controversy that has
been raging alnce tho colonel toaaed
hla lint Into tlio ring and Iiuh alnco
been (nleiisllled ,y the open attacks
upon each other.
Other nuines than Hint of Mr Hur
ton will doubtleaa bo brought forward
na the aeurcli for a dark horao pro
grcaaea. Wllllum K. Horah,. Senator
from Idaho, haa been mentioned, but
ho la considered a bettor scleollon for
Vice President than ua heart of tho
Simeon II Haldwlu, (lovernor of
Connecticut, la the luteal entry In tho
Presidential ruce The Democrats of
Connecticut guvo lilm the four dele.
Biitea ut largo to tho Hultimore con
ventlon und Instructed thorn to present
Oovernor Ibildwln's name. Tlio van
oua dlalrlrta are following thla lead
and ho will have tho solid aupport of
tlio Htnto'a delegation.
Chirk continues to pick up atrny dcl-
- t'teiwiiero unu now lina a
Nlrmip; lend for the Democratic nomi
nation. Tho two-tliirda rulo Is nil Hint
atiinda in tlio way of his ultlmato sue
Oscar W, Underwood' stock Iiaa
At 8 o'clock yesterday morning a
Mnnll party set out toward Westlakn
Park from the Uinkerslilui lintel In
try out Ralph.
The prlnceaa will ride in her atock
Ingfoct In tilt- parade; therefore, It had
been neccaaary to wrup tlic atlrrups In
. Tho Hawaiian leaped to the bark nt
the horao like an ncrobnt A moment
beforo ahe had been luxuriously all
line back In the Hudson 33, which haa
been nt her dlspdVul here. The meta
morphosis j? startling.
Whip Pleases Chnrger.
'(llildap," ahe cried, und It.ilph mov
eil along, alonly.
"I'm afraid lie la not going to do,"
"Try him with the whip, very gen
tly," suggested one.
"Whoopee." cried Prlnceaa Wllhel
mlna of the Haunllnns, white even
the nutomoblles ahled and Ralph di
minished down tho perapectlvc like
the proverbial arrow. The rider look
ed like tho human half of a centaur,
though, na alio held her aent nnd while
ahe dodged street wira nnd thing, ahe
began to reason with Rnlpb. At llrat
ho would not listen, ao the prlnceaa
begun to argue llrmly.
Fifteen minute" later ahe returned
to the waiting group.
"Now I think thla liorae will lie nil
rlRht." aim auld. "(lood-byc, Ralph,
are you tomorrow "
materially advanced In value. He cor
rleil (tenrgla ami Florida with a bur
rah and bis friends feci greatly en
couraged. Ill preventative MeKlnley, manager
of the Tnft rampalgn, rlalma tlin Prca
Ident will easily have 100 votes lo spare
at Chicago Thla Is denied with equal
IHialllveneaa bv Keiinlnr Illion. In
clinrge of the Roosevelt camii. Kach
furnishes llgurra daily to substantiate
Ilia prrillctlona, and the wayfaring man
must alt up nil night and malic Ida
(Sncrl.il llu Met in OirnwnondeBce.)
WAILllKtt,Mnul. May 2.1. -- Re
l tf t...l ..Ml I. . I, .. -.
,t. I,. iiMiiiu mo aneHK ni ino tjiiria
linn Endeavor mooting nt tho Kaahu-
nianii Cliurch, Walluku. next Thura -
day evening, Memorlnl Day. ChaaJ
hiicoji apoan inai riuiraiiay evening'
to n largo nnd appreciative audience
on missions In the Knst. capcclally on
inc nrnworK of Dr. Sun vat Sen.
A benefit for tho lunu nml fair lo bo
cfvetl nt flin Arnmrv llotinltiln rttt
Juno lal, was given nt tlio Walluku,
urpucuin insi 1 ucsiiay ovrniug, nssiat
cd by members of tho choir nf thn
Church of I ho (Jood Shepherd of Wal
luku under direction of Rev. W. S.
Short, rector, and nlso Mr. Ociu Kn
iiI'h orcheslrn of aeven at ringed liistrih
r . . . m . . .
mollis. Thero was n largo audience 1
ireaent nnd the choir rendered u an-1
perh nnd hlgh-clnsa plero that opened
the eyes of tlioao present of tho pros
enco on Mnul of n choir of which III.
Rov. nishop Restarlck recently stnted
from tho pulpit of the Church of tlin
Hood Shepherd, "A choir which nny
church In Honolulu would bo proud
lo own." Mr. Kuala orchestra wns
enthusiastically encored. Mr. K00I11
read a piece entitled "St. Peler at tlio
Hate!" From the proceeda which tho
Orplicum innnagcment graciously al
lowed n certain percentage towards
tho benefit. Miss Carrlo Short selected
fancy articles made by tho Maunanlit
Seminary girls which will be sent next
Tuesday for salo In ono of tho booths
nt tho Fair.
There will be a musical cntcrtnln
incut nt tho Mnunanlii Seminary, Miss
Eva I., lleusner principal, assisted by
Miss Harriet Lay, assistant principal,
nnd tho music teacher of tho semb
nnry, this Saturday evening. Fancy
articles made by thn pupils will be ex
hibited for salo nt tho closo of the en
tertainment. This nnniinl event has
always been largely attended In tho
past by the many friends nf this, ono
or thn oldest Institutions of learning
In these Islands,
Alii, tho Chlnnmnii who was shot In
the forehead on tlin evening of Siindny,
May 12th, Is still nllvo at tlin I'aln
Hospital. In answer lo n telephone
message, tho head nurao replied this
afternoon that ho wbb u llttlo worse.
AGreit Luitlve in After
Dinner PHI tor Dntip-
tlon.no crlflne Price 25c
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
the Hoard of Harbor Commissioners
until 2 p. m. uf Wednesday, Juno 5,
191'.', for furnishing tlio mils und
cross -over equipment for a (nick nn
the Queen street bulkhead wharf, Ho
nolulu. Plana, specifications und blank forms
for proposal nro on Ilia In the ofllce
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Tho Hoard of Harbor CommUslnn
era reserves the right to rojvct utij
and all tenders.
Chairman, Hoard of Harbor Commis
sioners. Honolulu, T. II., Mny 20, 1812.
Honolulu StocK Exchange
Tuesday, Mny 28.
C. Brewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co. .....
Hnw. Com. & hk. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honokan Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plantntlon Co. . . .
Kekaha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McDrydo Sugar Co
Oahti Sugar Co
Onomen Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co i.td
Paauhau Sug'it Plant. Ct)
Pacltlc Sugar Ml'l
Pal u Plantation Co
Pcpeekeo Stircnr Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlc:. Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Wnlmca Sugar Milt Co. . .
Inter-Island 8lam N. Co.
Hawaiian ITIectrlc Co. . . .
Hen. II. T. ftUCo., Prof. .
Hon. U. V. & I.. Co. Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahti It. & I.. Co
Illlo It. It. Co.. i'fd
Hllo It. It. Co.. Com
Hon. n. &M.Co
Hawaiian Irr, Co., Lid...
Hawaiian PlnmppleCo. .
Tanjong Olok Il.C, I'd. up.
Hon. II. M. Co. Aan...
3 J -'4
Haw.Ter.4 tFlioCI.) ..
I Hnw. Tor. 4 ...
Hnw. Terrl. Pub. Iinpa
Haw. Tor. iM
Haw. Tor. 3 War
Cnl. ncot Sug. & Ref. Co. C
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd., 6...
Hnw. Com. &. Bug. Co. 62
Illlo It. It. Co., Issue 1901.
HII0R.R. Co.. Con C ...
Honokan Surer Co , 0 .
H,on. K. T. t L. Co 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. Os
Kohala Ditch Co. 6a
Mcllrydo Sugnr Co. Cn ...
.Mutuil Tel. 6a
r-i... p. 1 ev
o-hu SimarCii Vf
can 1 Sugar Co Ry",
pnc. Sug. Mill Co.V.a
pioneer Mill Co. C
Walalua Agrlo Co. IX
Nntomas Con. Cs
Hot ween llonrda: 2. Olna. 8; 2", II
C. & S.Co., 45; lf.0 II. C. ei 8. Co.,
46; 2,-. Oahu, 2D; 30 Ewn. 3314; 2000
n"n r'!'- u7.!' 0K.plnn 6s. U7V4.
1 sniiu mi siait.a 'Alt (rnwnrv ':
Session Sales: 2.1 llrowery, 204;
10 llrowery, 20; 5 llrowery, 20.
Latest sugar quotation! 3.98 cents,
or $79-60 per ton.
Beets 12s Id
HENRY WAltmiODSt TRUST CO
Members Honolulu Stock Jiud llond
FOKT AM) MERCHANT STHEETS
HARRY ARMITAGli.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
0. A. WALKER Qeneral Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 633 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and nond
Cable and Wireless Address
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and llond
Htnngcnnnld lllilg, 10-' Merchant NL
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
IS7 KAAHUMANU STREET
Tho contract for tho All on tho Ko
wnlo reclamation project was formally
signed by Acting (lovernor Matt-Smith
jestordny In accordanco with tho
award madn recently to tho Lord
Young Engineering Company.
Tho price Hint will bo paid tho con
tractors by thn Territory will bo $147.
000, on their bid of 42 routs per cubic
yard. Tho earth will ho taken from
tho lagoon between tho rcof and tlio
shore lino of Knkaako and Kowalo.
rflU n l4il
No, !8. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND RKCJISTHATION.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII lo .MRS.
LOHRIN A. ANDREWS. COUNTY
OF HAWAII, by James J. Iewls,
Chairman of the Hoard of Super
visors; HALAI HIM. CO., LIMIT
ED, care of F. S, Lyman; D. T1IA
ANU.M; IIIOIIT REVEREND LI
IIE11T HOEYNAEMH, Vicar Apos
tolic of the ltoman Cuthollc Church,
aa trustee for the Church; It. U.
ELLIOTT; TERRITORY OF HA
WAII, by Alexander Lindsay, Jr.,
Attorney General, nnd Marston
Campbell, Superintendent of Public
Works of said Territory; nnd to ALL
whom It may concern:
Wherens, i( petition haa been pre
sented to said Court by I). Howard
Hitchcock, Cora E. Townaend and
Charles II. W. Hitchcock, to register
nnd confirm their title In the following-described
Portion of It. P. , I.. C. A. 22T8 ,
to Kuhlo, Wnlanuenue Street, llllo,
Ileginnlng at n S-lnch Iron pipe at
the North corner of this lot on the
Southeast aide of Wnlnnuenue Street,
from which the true azimuth nnd dis
tance to nn Iron pipe nt tho Weal cor
ner of tho land described In Court of
Ijind Registration Petition No. 82 la
MG 18' 70 6 feet, nnd 'the coordinates
of arilil point of beginning referred to
(lovernment Survey Trig. Station "Ha
Inl" nre 2117.50 feet North and 1553.33
feet Ilnst. and running by truo azi
muths: 1. SIC 41' 319.00 feet along fence to
11 li-lncli iron pipe Hi Junction
of atone walls;
2. H3 W 1S6.9S feet along stone wait
and fence to n Vi-lnch Iron
plpo ut end of stone wall;
3. Ill 02' 2,12.16 feet nlong fence to
a ',4-lnch Iron pipe;
4. :3i f,5' 37.70 feet to n H-lnch Iron
B. H6 IS' 22 00 feel to n 'J-.lnch Iron
6. 146 48' 65 90 feet to n In con
crete on Hie Southeast;
7. 2.16 48' 183 95 feet along tho South-
ent aide of Wnlanuenue Street
to the point of beginning.
Area. C5,s;7 Miinr feet.
Vnu nro hereby cited to nppear at
the Court of IjiihI Registration, to b
hold nt the City and County of Hono
lulu nn the 7th day of June. A. D. 1912,
at two o'clock In tho afternoon, to
allow cntiao. If nny you have, why th"o
prayer nf said petition should not bo
granted. And unless you appear nt
anhl Court nt the time nnd place
aforesaid your default will bo record
ed, nnd the anhl petition will lie taken
na confessed, and you will be forever
barred from contesting said petition or
nny decree entered thereon. .
Wltncas the Honorable WM. I
WHITNEY. Judge of said Court, this
7th day of May, In the year nineteen
hundred and twelve.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seitl). JOHN MARCALLINO, ,
E23lMny 7. 14. 21. 28
REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF Mc-
BRYDE SUGAR COMPANY,
The undesigned, Thy Klrst Ameri
can Savings & Trust Company of Ha
waii, Limited, Trustee under tho Deed
of Trust dated thn 2nd day of June,
A. If 1902, Hindu by the Mcllrydo Sug
ar Company, Limited, to tho under
signed as Trustee, hereby gives notice
lo the landholders of the AlcBrydo
Sugar Company. Limited, that In ac
cordance with Hie terms and provi
sions of said Trust Deed said Corn
puny will redeem and pay ull Its out
ktuudlng bonda with accrued Interest
thereon on the 1st day of July, 1J12,
ut the ofllce of the I-'Irst National Hank
nf Ilauull In Honolulu, T. II, or nf
tho opUon of the holders of said bonds
nt the olllce of the Hank of California
In the City of San Francisco, State
of California, or at tho office of Laid
law fi Co., Hankers, In the City of
New York, Stuto of New York.
The holders of said bonda are hereby
notified lo present the same for pay
ment of principal and Interest to July
1, 1912, and for cancellation nt any one
of tlin places nnd on or before the
Into last nbovo mentioned, and said
holders are further notified that If
any of aald bonda are not so presented
I he MeUrydo Sugar Company. Limit
ed, will deposit wllh the undersigned
as Trustee nt Its olllce lit auld Hono
lulu on auld July I, 1912, the amount
of the principal and' Interest to July
1, 1912, due nn aald bonds en unpre
aenleil, mid Hint thereupon all Interest
nn said bonda ao unprescnted and all
rights thereunder except the collection
of aald deposit will cease.
THE FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS
& TRUST CO. OF HAWAII. LTD,
Trustee under Trust Deed of Mcllrydo
Sugar Co., Ltd
(Signed) Hy CECII
June 4, 7, II,
Honolulu, T. II.
5213 May 21, 21.
II. IS. 21. :
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
There will be u meeting of tho stork
lioldera of the Honokan Lyceum on
June 29. A. I) 1912, at 7:30 p m.. n't
Honokau Lyceum. Ilonokna, Hawaii.
WM. J. RICKAHD,
Secrttury. Ilunokua Lyceum.
OFFICE l Q M. Ilnnolulu. II. T..
May 27. 1913 Sealed proposals will ha
received hero until 9 h in., June 12,
1912, for furnishing buy feeding and
oats, required at posts In Hawaiian Is
lands during fiscal year commencing
July 1, 1912. Information furnished on
application lure. CLYFl'ARD QAMU,
I) Q. M.
5247 Muy 27.- 28, 29, 31; Juno 10, 11
m i&iul Li&uiu