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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded June 29, 1904.
Chlnp Hln Ylt to Yonj? Ming ct nl;
L; fish pond nnd kula Innd, Opu, Ewa,
Oahu; 10 yrs iff $160 per nnn. B 257, p
3S0. Dated May 18, 1901.
Woodlawn Fruit Co Ltd to Chlng
Hln Ylt; consent; to lense flsh tond
and kula land, Opu, Ewn, Oahu. 'B 23",
Daniel Klpapa nnd wf to Daniel
Hugho; D; Int In It P 93 and big,
St, Honolulu, Oahu; Int In n Ps 1749,
1927, 3077, 2034 and 4217 nnd bides,
N Kona, Hawalil livestock; $20.
B 261, p 214. Dated, June 24. 1904.
Kealolm (w) to Matsudn; L; pa land,
Honolulu, Oahu; C yrs
$C3 per nnn. B 257, p 3S2. Dated
Mny 13, 1904.
N Knwal to Morlmoto: D; Vs 39S3
nnd 39SG, Kenhuola, etc, N Konn, Hawaii
; leasehold; J500. B 264, p 3. Dated
Feb 1, 1901.
Mlllanm Kelekoma to S E Kalue; D;
int In R Ps 2162 nnd C253, Knlun, etc,
Wailuku, Maul; $100. B 201, p 215. Dated
June 9, 1904. i
C K Magulre to John A Magulre;
PA; special powers. B 263, p 2S. Dated
June 24, 1904.
J Kalaeloa to Territory of Hawaii;
D; por kul 2107 Ap 4, School St Extn,
Honolulu, Oahu: $91.70. B 261, p 216.
Dated June 24, 1904.
Daniel Pohakahi and wf to Pahia
Mahuka (Mrs); D; lot 28, Palanm Tract,
Honolulu, Oahu; $700. B 261, p 217.
Dated June 28, 1904.
B F Dillingham Co Ltd et nl to Henry
F Allen? Can Agcy Cont: int in Agency
Agrmt of Olaa Sug Co Ltd; $1. B 263,
p 29. Dated Apr 19. 1904.
O Shioda to T Ito; Rel; furniture,
mchnry, tools, fixtures, etc, on premises
No 1181, River St, Honolulu, Oa
hu; $500. B 259, p 187. Dated June 28,
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd to B F Dillingham
Co Ltd; Can Agcy Cont; agency ngrmt
of Olaa Sug Co Ltd; $1. B 265, p 31.
Dated June 20, 1904.
Entered for Record July 6, 1904.
Ltilll by Admr to Emma Sllva Rel
Edwnrd B Friel to George W Burgess. D
Edward B Friel to George W Burgess. D
Annie J Burgess to Richard H
Mnnoel Vlelra Jr to Kamahlal (k)....D
Poonahnkeonl and hsb to Hllo Sugar
Iwahorl Yen to Hutchinson Sug
Pltn Co CM
Omorl Tokujlro to Hutchinson Sug
Pltn Co CM
Yee Hop to Hutchinson Sug Pltn Co. CM
II Mlynuchl et al to Hutchinson Sug
Pltn Co CM
Robert AV Davis et al to Emmellne M
C B Maile by Sher to Henry Van
A N Campbell Tr to Maria de Farias
Knpuaa (k) et al to Honbkaa Sugar
Co Ltd , L
Recorded June 30, 1904.
William F McWhlrter by atty to William
R Castle; D; 7 pes land, Molokal;
R P 3379 kul 5029, Molokal; Vs int In R
P 3165 kul 4755, Molokal; $100. B 264,
n 4. Dated June 27, 1904.
William C Markham to A F Cooke
Tr; D; Int in R P 2538 kul 10623,
Honolulu, Oahu; $500. B 264, p C.
Dated Jan 21, 1904.
Sanford B Dole Tr to William R Castle
Tr; Rel; various land, Walalua, etc,
Oahu; $1500. B 170, p 255. Dated June
Est of S C Allen by Exors to Annie L
Roe; Rel; lotB G, 6 and 7 of por Ap
2 kul 2083 and bldgs, Walklkl, Honolulu,
Oahu; $1500. B 259, p 187. Dated
June 16, 1904.
Jesse P Makalnai to W Akau L;
pc land, Kallua, N Kona, Hawaii; 10
yrs 0 $15 per yr. B 257, p 384. Dated
May 12, 1904.
Entered for Record July 7. 1904.
Helen Boyd to See Hop Co L
George W Burgess to Richard H
Henry Laws and wf to Mrs Sophie
Jos Aen by Sher to Henry Van
Letters & Cooke Ltd to Carl Ontnl.Rel
Carl Ontal to Co-Operative Home
Pur Socy" M
Tr Est B P Bishop to Lewera &
Cooke Ltd D
Joe Andrade and wf to F D Cravnlho.D
Recorded July 1, 1&04.
Lnwea Knuhale (k) to Chas E King;
D; Ms Int In R P 2481 kul 5203, Hopu-hewn,
Halawn, Molokal; 1 share In hul
land, Keopukapnlole, Moloknl; int In
hul land, Keopukapalolc, Molokal; $30.
B 261, p 218. Dated May II, 1904.
Kawainul (k) to Chas E King; L;
kul 6718, Lalohnua 2, Halawn,
10 yrs Sp $35 per yr. B 257, p 385.
Dated May 2, 1904.
Grnce D Wnterhouse to Annie E
Dickey; D; Ap 1 It P 1781 and pors kuls
935 nnd 11215 Ap 2, Xuuanu Ave, Honolulu,
Oahu; $1, etc. H 2G1, p 219.
Dated Juno 30, 1904.
Yee Chee new to Lai Len; BS;
share In bus of Hop Tuck Wnl Co, He-
eia, Kouiaupouo, unhu; $500. II 265, p
32. Dated July 1, 1901.
Lee Tons Snu to Lai I.eu; US; Vj
slinie in bus of Hop Tuck Wnl Co,
Knolaupnko, Oahu; $500. II 205, p
34. Dated July 1, 1901.
i:ilzu I. Dunbar nnd hsb (Vni) to
Alexiuider Onrvlii, M; por kill 10W6 and
bldgs, K u luil lnni', llnniiliilii, Oahu,
$115. II 259, p IhS. Datfd Jul) II, 1901,
Kllmi J WIlkliiHon and IihIi (W II) in
W 13 Hkliiiifr, Mt Iiiih 2 mill 3, lllk a,
mill IiIiIk". I'.'m i ) ciiy, i:wi, ouiitii
3W. 219, p 190. 1)4111.1 Mil)' 4, IWI,
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY , JULY 12, 1904 SEMI-WEEKLY,
BY DANIEL LOGAN.
With but ccblu lisht and still less heat emanating from the Stock Exchange,
there arc many people who jet descry brighter prospects on the horizon of the
Territory. Not only is it maintained by the more optimistic spirits that the existing
conditions of the sugar market cannot fail much longer to rctroact favorably
upon investments in our chief industry, but facts indicating an improvement in
the general situation beginning some time past arc cited to sliow that at last the
turn of the long lane of depression has been rounded. The head of one large
retail house handling different lines of merchandise gave the confident opinion
this week that April, May and June of this year would make a bettor showing
in the general business of Honolulu than the coricsponding mouths of the previous
year. Another encouraging fact is the net increase of tax receipts, amounting
to $is,ooo, the first half of this year as compared with the corresponding
period of 1003.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
With the exception of a small lot or two of Ewa at par, no sales of stocks
have been reported for the week. There has been considerable activity in the
taking of Paia and Haiku bonds, with a few deals in Kahukii and Pioneer bonds,
all at par. The complaint will not die that the Stock and Bond Exchange docs
not truly reflect the standing of securities listed upon it. Perhaps some of its
members may ouclisafc an explanation of seeming anomalies which will be satisfactory.
Sonic instances of occasion given for the criticism in question were
mentioned in a previous article. A more striking one has been furnished within
the past few days by a business man outside of the Exchange. While for many
weeks past the quotation of Pioneer Mill
he was offered $8j.so for his holding of
Real Estate brokers scctn to have
never rise to the standard existent before
"cut in two" is what is asked of many who tender property in the market. Probably
the truth is that values are shifting relative to location and will not be readjusted
for a long period, or until the choicest tracts in the upland suburbs convenient
to rapid transit facilities have become pretty fully inhabited. The gradual
extension of business from the old center lias much to do with the changing ol
values. Did the vanguard of this commercial invasion consist of first-class places
of business, the residence property first receiving its contact might not suffer but
perhaps rather benefit thereby. Unfortunately, however, the initial intrusion is
that of the shops of Asiatic hucksters, green grocers, etc., which pop their ungainly
fronts forth betwixt the well-kept lawns and gardens in which cozy dwellings
are ensconced. The result can be nothing but depreciation. Adjacent prop-city
owners are largely to blame for this outcome, which might be prevented to
a large extent if they stood together for the protection of whole blocks.
Several land deals arc on for mountain and seaside residences.. There is considerable
interest manifested in Tantalus and Diamond Head Beach. The approaching
probate sale of properties in town and country of the estate of the late
Judge Wilcox is anticipated as an important event. House-building continues
active in various quarters, not least so just now at College Mills, Mauoa.
Mcrrithew has just completed two new cottages in Kamchameha avenue there,
adjoining Prof. Wood's residence, for P. C. Jones, who owns the property. In the
lower part of the Hills a handsome dwelling is almost completed for W. A.
Kinney, the site being three lots bought through R. C. A. Peterson. Mcrrithew is
the builder and he has plans for two more houses that may be erected near Percy
Pond's residence. The price of the land purchased for the extension of the experiment
station of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association at Makiki represented
a valuation of about $6000 an acre.
BIG ISLAND PROGRESSING.
Notes of progress come from the island of Hawaii which are very cheering
in nature. The first shipment of rails for the railway will be due
ir. August by the ship Starbuck. It will be sufficient for laying the section,
fourteen miles long, from Hilo to Hakalau. In the meantime the contract has
been let for the manufacture of tics for the road and they arc now being cut in
Olaa. The engineering data of the line arc sufficiently advancedto enable the
company to begin the work of construction as soon as the raite arrive. Prospects
are favorable for securing the right of way without difficulty. The company does
not anticipate any delays in beginning or carrying on active operations. There is
no serious hazard in predicting that the building of the railway will
mark an important epoch in the development of the largest island of this group.
Meanwhile the local enterprise of Hilo is proving itself to be of a live character
in the prosecution of new industries. Much has been published lately about
the vigorous measures under way for creating a large banana export trade. Now
the preserved fruit industry is coming up swimmingly. The Tropical Fruit Co.
of Hilo is manufacturing guava jelly, papaya sweet pickles, pineapple pickles and
chutney. Its first shipment of forty cases went forward to San Francisco in the
steamer Enterprise last Tuesday. By the steamer Arizonan this week a consignment
worth $1200 is sent direct to New York. The company claims it has
assured market for all it can turn out. It has the lease of 6000 acres of land
bearing guavas in Puna, together with a contract for carrying the fruit by rail
into Hilo, where the canning factory is situated.
Contracts thus far signed under the Loan Act, the figures being kindly furnished
by Superintendent of Public Works C. S. Holloway, carry an expenditure
of $505,036.78. Treasurer A. J. Camplioll will cash registered warrants to the
amount of $60,000 the beginning of this week. The gas company is negotiating
for a site for its works, having obtained options on several locations. Mr.
the company's engineer, left in the steamer Mongolia for San Francisco,
where he will submit the options to the directors for decision. The destruction
of the house of Arthur Coyne on Punchbowl slopes has emphasized the need of
better fire protection for property in the more elevated suburbs. An additional
150 hydrants will arrive in September and be installed as soon as possible. Appropriations
for three new fire stations equipped with a chemical engine each
their locations to have been Nuuanu, Waikiki andKalihi were allowed to lapst
because no provision had been made for their maintenance.
nlae, liana, Maul; $10. B 264, v " Dated
Dec 31, 1903.
H W Hyinan et als by atty to Isldor
Rubinstein; AM; mtg Wong Kwnl on
kill 4423, Punaluu, Koolauloa, Oahu;
leasehold, bldgs, etc, Punaluu,
Oahu; $10. B 259, p 192. Dated
Dec 31, 1903.
Hymun Bros to Isldor Rubinstein :
AM; See Lib 179, fol 1C; L 236, f 58; L
207. f 415; See Lib 187, fol 219; L 214, f
231; L 226, f 40S; See Lib 207, fol 317,
L 220, f 320; L 226, f 405; See Lib 243, f
240; L 207, f 313; L 192, p 247; See Lib
226, fol 453; L 215, f 91, nnd L 226, f 404,
$10. 11 259. p 194. Dated Dec 31, 1903.
II W Hyman ct als by atty to Isldor
Rubinstein; AM; mtg Ah Yet on leasehold,
Iliilciiiano, Klpabulu, Maul; $in.
II 259, p 196. Dated Doc 31, 1903.
Ilyiiinn Bros to Isldor Rubinstein;
AL; premises, Kaliiiluu, Koolaupoko,
O11I111; pu'iulses, Walliep, Kooliiupok",
Oahu; $10. 11 257, p 3S7. Dated Deo 31,
A Hocking mnl wf to Alexander &
llalilwln Mil; D; I.nnt Pittunl 4412,
Koolllll, Muni; (1000. II 261, p 8,
D.iti'd July 1, 1901,
llnwn Trust Co Mil to Klhi'l IMiintn
Co Mil; Iti'll real. piiiHoniil mnl inUf.l
luopuil)', MhuIi MO (Hindu, $W)1 imili,
II SftV. i 97 P'lM J ii mi ST, 10QI,
H W Jmiliili & I'o Mil In II M AM"il
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ItnUiwl fur HtMtrtl. July k. iw
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Co. has stood at ?75 on the stock list,
that stock less than a week ago.
concluded that prices for city property will
the present depression. Submission to a
J K Brown Jr to E II F Wolter Tr..AM
Jesse P Makalnnl to E H F Wolter
Western & Havvn Invst Co to Alonn.Rel
Joseph Kmmslcy to Hnlku Sugar Co
ct nl Agiint
Wong Chee Tr to CMu Chon Wall. ...UK
William Savldge to Helnrleh Henjes..!)
Recouled July 2, 1904.
I.au Chung to I.au Lin; BS; 1 tit in
building, Nuunnu St, Honolulu, Onhu;
$1200. B 265, p 35. Dated June 21, 1904.
R W Aylett and wf to John Magulre;
D; Int lu pc land, X
Konn, Hnwnll; $250. 15 258, p 244. Dated
June 21, 1901.
C K Aynu and wf to Hattle
ct ills; D; por 11 P 2093 kul 731.
Aaln Inno, Honolulu, Onhu: por It I'
3CC6 kill 6239, Knllll, Honolulu, Onhu;
$1. etc. II 25S, 215. Dated Juno 27,
1'iinl mnl hsb to Henry Mnliil.ili'i: 1);
Int In It I' r.99.1 kul 2C.I, 1'Jliiliril, Will-hoc,
Maul; $30. Jl 261, p V. n.it.'d Apr
Y Oku to O !' HiadHliaw; CM; Ihhihu.
hold fiiinlliiii', tit.', riinieniu lam., 1 1 1 In.
Hawaii; $121. II 2G0, . 41, D.itml I'ub
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How to Preserve Purify and Beautify
the Skin and Complexion.
To proscrro, purify, nnd beautify tho akin, nnd prevent plmploa, blotches,
blnckhemla, redness, roughness, yellow, oily, motliy skin, chnpplnir, and
many other forms of sklu blemishes, no other sklnorcomploxfon soaD la
for,n moment to bo compared with Cuticoka Soap, becauso no other soan
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SAVE YOUR HAIR
How to Prevent Falling Hair Scalp
Humours and Dandruff.
,. ?"?! w, PCn1I "nd ,m,r thoroughly with a warm shampoo of
Sor, rlnso with warm water, dry carefully, and apply a 1 ght dresslnir
mnb?UfnAVrUre8t ?f,cmo"l'nts, gently mulled Into tho wnlp. This
simple, refreshing, and Inoxpenslvo treatment will clear tho scalp nnd hair
SiS'' nn,d d"ndruu? BOOW '"luted, Itching surfaces, stfmulnto tho
follicles, supply tho roots with energy and nourishment, nnd mako tho
hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, antf healthy scalp, when aU clso falls.
SAVE YOUR HANDS
How to Make the Hands Soft and
White in a Single Night.
c?.!b0nd !?" ohands on retiring In a strong, hot lather of Ctmctnu.
Soai'. pry thoroughly and anoint freely with Cuticuha Ointment, tha
great skin euro and purest of cmolllonts. Wear during the night old, loose
kid gloves with the finger ends cut off. For red, rough, chapped hands,
dry, fissured, Itching, feverish palms, shapeless nails, with painful flneer
nJiiM 8nln8 "iah tr"1 "taply wonderful and a bksslntc to all
nlUlctcd with sons, chapped, rough, or tender hands.
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