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Real Estate Transactions
Recorded Feb. 23, 1009.
Catherine I.ImmI i wlilow i to YVcatn
If lliittn I ii vt t tn i Co Ltd. M. Hir 11
1' 4541. Kul MS. liait 1. Kwn ltd. lln
liollllll. $2000 JOG, li 18. D.llfcd
ivii so. lfloa
ICnhontilu YVnloll mill hth to Tr iif
Church of Jesus Christ iif letter Dot
(taints; I): It l (!01, Kul 930, .p 2.
near Punchbowl St. Ituuululu; $350
1131 S. p 3CS Dated Nov 14, 10S.
V I lloopnl anil wf to Jnturs Ka
noho ct nl; 1); ior Or 130!. Nuuntiu
Honolulu: S00 II SIR. p SCO. Da
ted I'cli 10, 1009.
IJmlly C Judd by ntty to I'hniiK
Kim ot al; ltd; lots 1 ami 2. blk 14,
lCownlo lots, Honolulu: $513 50. II
300, p ISO. Dated Keli 2.1 190.
II M Whitney toTlonlc Asrctl Co:
I); l-iiid r.ULMit fiir.O, Govt Main ltd
and llnkalatt .Mntn ltd, Illlo; $!USG
IS. II 315, p 35G. Dated Jan 28.
Vpuiir YimnR to Vint Nail ll.uiK
or Walluku; Al.; por Kill 409, MoKu
liau, Walluku. Maul; $800. II 313.
p 379. Dated Sept 30, 1903
Joseph Aca 8r ami wf to Paniiy
Straiten; 1); Ap 2 or Or 2890, Anne
olkl. Kula, Maul. $150. II 315. p :ir,r
Dated Dec 24. 1908.
l.ulliit Kalelhula toVannj Strniich;
I); lilt In Ap 2 of Ur 2S90. ApueolJ.I
Kula. .Maul; $10. II 315, p 350. Da
ted Poll 18, 1909.
Recorded Feb. 24, 1909.
Kltnor S MucMe) liy mtKeu to I' V
.Mnc-ruilaiic tr; D; Int In lot 3 or Ur
332b, Wilder Ac. Honolulu; $1. II
315, p 302. Dated Feb 23, 1909.
f J"st of Thomas It Walker by e.om
and trs to l'mncls M Swanzy vt ill;
PA; general powers. II 321, p 121.
Dated Nov 20, 190S.
Hawn MahoKany Lumber Co Ltd
to llawu Dolpnil Co Ltd; M; 3725
elirs treasury stock ot Hawn Maligny
Liiuiber Co Ltd; lands, leaseholds,
mills, bldKs, imlse, inchnry, lumberlnK
iiKrmts, (ontracts, It W, tools, etc;
leaseholds nnd iiRrmts, N and S Ko
nn, Hawaii; leaseholds, acrmets and
contracts, Puna, Kau, and llllo, Ha
waii; '75,000. II 300, p 181. Dat
nl June 24, 1908.
Hawn Itcnlty & Maturity Co Ltd
liy reevr to L L MiCandless; Dj It 1'h
4Slfi, Ap 2, 5218 and 8201 and 2-3
Int 111 It 1 5107, Wulplo, Hamnltua,
Hawaii; $125. II 315, p 3C1. Dat
ed Feb 23, 1909.
S Anilo by iuwriivc to S Tcshlinn;
II 8 lia'ohold and niil-p, furniture,
IK lino, book unis. eti. In store,
rioiil Si. llllo. $2000 It 321, p
1J! Dated I'eb 2.1. 1909.
Recorded Feb. 25, 1909.
Uui Yin ami ( to Lau Tan; I); por
Ap 2, It 1 2G99, Kill 11213, Klklhalc;
pors It I' 3540. Kul 10198, Kallhl;
Int In leasehold Hotel St; all Hono
lulu, $10. II 315, p 307. Dated Jan
U-iti Tan to Ng Shee; D; por Ap 2,
It 1' 2C99, Kul 11213. "Klklhalc; pels
It 1' 3540, Kul 1049S. Kallhl; Int In
leasehold. Hotel St; nil Honolulu;
$10 II 315, p 3C9. Dated .Inn 20,
Untile of llnwall Ltd to II O Keen;
liel; lot 4. blk 10. College Hills, Ho
nolulu, $2500. II 300, p 192. Dat
ed Feb 23, 1909.
i: 0 Keen nnd wf to Fred L Wal
dron; D; lot 4. blk 10, College Hills,
Honolulu; $4250. II 315, p 379. Da
ted Feb 23, 1909.
Fred L Waldron nnd wf to Hank
of Hawaii Ltd; M; lot 4, blk 10, Col
lege 11111k, Honolulu; $3000. I) 30C,
193. Dated Feb 24, 1909.
I) L Knhalenahu and wf to Lau
Sang ct al; I); por Ap C of Kul G55
nnd It W, Keoneuln, Honolulu; $500.
II 315, p 3S1. Dated Feb 23, 1909.
I, Kninnnn (w) to Jaclntho do 1
Itnqtie; 1); por It 1 (Or) 2102, Ke
mau, Hnmakiin, llnwall; $400. II 315,
p 3G.V Dated Feb 11, 1009.
'Jennie A t'naklkl (widow) to Mrs
I'apal 0 Itnz-ey Jr; D; Int In Kul
11104, Wnlplo, Ilnmnkua, Hawaii;
$1. etc. II 315, p 370. Dated-Jan,
Arlnnn K Austin ct nl to Frank .1
Woods; L; por It V 4475, Kul 7713,
Wnlmea, N Kohaln, Hawaii; 17 yis
nt $750 per yr. 11 313, p 380. Dnt-
vil Nov 30, 190S.
l'st of James W Austin by exois
nnd lis to J Frnnk Woods; D; por
It I' 4475, Kul 7713, bldgs, etc, Wul
mea, N Kohala, Hawaii; $500. II
315, p 371. Dated Nov 30, 1908.
II M Kanlho nnd wf (o Haw I Mill
& Plnntn Co Ltd; Kxch D; lots A, II
and U of Or 741, Honomaknit, N Ko
hala, Hawaii; $1 and can ot Indebt
edness ntntg to $239.39. I) 315, p
373. Dated Jan 29, 1909.
Ilnwl Mill & IMnntn Co Ltd to II M
Knnlho; Kxch D; lot I) of Or 741, 11
W and 1 ('Intern, Ilonomakau, N Ko
hala, llnwall. 11 315, p 373. Dated
Jan 29, 1909.
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Shingle Tells Keliopu Why
He Blocks Public .
Eighteenth Day Afternoon Session.
Tho i-omcrvntlou ifml Immigration
Mil, for the Imposition of n two per
cunt Income tax en all Incomni In ex
cess of $4000 is not going v lime
plain sailing thriugli the House. That
became eWdcnt yestenlnv afternoon
when the tlrst skirmish over the nu-.u-uro
took place. It was demolish atcd
then that tho bill Is in nlmopt ns much
danger fiom some of II R tapposed
friends as It Is fiom Its blMuruit en
einlfs, nnd that unless the Mi; Slink
Is put In nctlon oon the ultimate de
feat of tho ndmlnlstrnttoi! nn asuro
may havo to bo chalked up ti the
credit or discredit of tb" lljovlcnl
gentleman from the Fifth.
Though tho report of the Flmuco
Committee, over which the tight look
place, was adopted, tho oto on the
adoption Is no Indication of tin
strength of the opposing sides, as Ka
lelopu, nu alleged friend ot tho mens
mo. loteil against It.-while Cohen an. I
some othois or tho opposition otcd
against any delay, na lug they wanti
to eome to a show down ns hx.ii a
possible. The real tight will taki
place when tho bill comes up I'm third
Tho session was lemnrknhlo ninntv;
sessions of tho House for the two
clear, logical and sensible speeches
mado by Shingle nnd Itlec In opposi
tion to (ho vnporlngs of Knlelopu.
When the teport of tho Agricultural
Committee was read, Kaleiopu micd
to defer nctlon. Ktiloliijiu c ouldn't see
seernl things, why the leport should
be consldeied nt once, why it shouldn't
be coiiEldeied Mime other time, wh
it shouldn't bo translated ami pi In. 'd
and n few other ihlngs.
Shingle prpmptly npnofcil im pro
cinstlnntlou, telling the House, what
has been apparent all alnn:-', that there
was no seiife In the Ollalory tactics
of the Centleman from Iho Fifth, v. he
the mutter was put to olo ami the
was simply wasting time. He pointed
out that the House wnx going Into
Coininltlee of the Wlinlu In coiihlder
tho appropriation bill, ami tinlesH llu
Ilousj knew how much mono) It was
going to have to spend. It could not
net Intelligently on the bill.
Kaleiopu nluiosl wept, apparently Hi
(In IIioiikIiI that Plum lium-nl laliolci
til Ihe lobb lulslll not lime Mil npxir
liinin In enllort nn i vmIi'ibiii fee for
liniislHlltix tha reitoit lie insUttxl
Ihni It wns not lull to flu lliiftiillau
members to take neilou on this lepoit
nlihoiit Its being translated so tlun
rmilil understand Itthough It Is not
the rutlolii In Iihm eoinnilllee reports
irniislaled, Knlelopu Valil the Ha
wallaii members had not had an op
portunity to leaiti aiiMhlng nboiit the
mensure, and lie meiisel Shingle of
tiylng to railroad It throuuli the House
leforo tho llnwnlians could dud out
what was In It.
Shluglo met this charge w It'll the
most llcry ilenunclntlon of Kaleiopu
and his rhllcillous tactic that tho lion
nrnblo gcutlifiian fnim the Fifth has
listened to for some time Kaleiopu
ho said, wns both unfair and Ineonslr.t
cut, and furthermore, his statements
were not tnio nnd he knew It. And
then he got In the shot that hurt K-i-leiopu
worso than am tiling else ho
toiihl havo said: "I want to say to
lilni now that It he Is going to Insist on
Inning these matter put off. ho might
Just as well make up his mind to stay
hero for an extra session without pay."
Knlelou shivered and tinned pale at
tho cry Idea.
"I resent the liiHluiiiiliins of the
gentleman from the Fifth." continued
Shingle. "It Is not true that I mil
trying to rush this bill through. The
member from the I'lfili was an inter
ested llBtonei-nl ihe hearing on con
solvation and Immigration here the
other evening and heard the whole
matter explained. It win publlrhel In
lull In tho iiuwspniM rs Mora Ifinn
that, tho gcntleri'in has talked -tro
matter out wltu me vml knows nil
Kaleiopu was on hi fi et mot of the
time. Inuclng abi ui like a spider on n
hot griddle, tilim to talk while other
ineinbira had the lloni Twice tho
Speaker rebuked him roldlv, both Tor
talking when he should keep unlet,
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CREAM OR MAGICAL BE.UJTIFIEH
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HJsD.T.HOPll!lS,Prci, 37 BtoU:ii-i Slml. Hewlett
ami fitr uililtesslng tnembers of the
House pcrsoniilh Instead of address
ing the Hpeakel
Idee In a xtgoiotis speech seconded
SIiIiihIo'h niollou to .adopt the favor
nble resirl of tho committee, scoring
the dilatory Tactics of Knlelopu, which
he said soiled only In waste time with
out any lenson. Ken Cohen, who Is
the bitterest opponent of Ihe bill, add
ed hit iiiIpi) In favor of n prompt vote
on tin? rosirt, saying he could seo no
setiso In ,w listing time oer It. Finally
lepoit of tho committee recommend
ing the passago of tho bill, was adopt
ed. Sheldon introduced a hilt which, If
It had been passed long ngo, would
linvu done more to break ti Oriental
gambling tlinu all tho spasmodic ef
forts Unit have been made. Accord
lug lo a ruling by Judge Andrude, It
Is necessary in order to obtain a con
Jlctlon, that tho police shall actually
hac seen gambling go on. Sheldon'5
bill makes It a misdemeanor for any
person to exhibit or expose to vlow
In nny roiftn, house or place barred or
barricaded or otherwise mado difficult
of access or Ingress to police officers,
any cauls, dice or other gambling de
vices. Also, nny person found pres
tut In such li place shall bo deemed
guilty of u misdemeanor.
One On Castro.
An Injustice to tho County Is not
so bail us n crime toward the people,
according to Ilcprcscntntlvo Castro In
iiipport or his Kddtcrs' licence bill.
The Finance Committee recommend
ed tho Indefinite postponement of tho
bill on tho ground that tho great ma
jority of peddlers would toko out
their licenses In Honolulu but oper
ate In other counties, Ihiii dcprhlng
thiee counties et a part of their tovt
nun for tho benefit of tho fooitli.
Castro contended that though the
counties might sulTer somewl'tit frnn
the passage of his bill, poo.- iccp1o wr.n
had no other way of making n living
than by peddling would suffer moio If
his hill wero not passed.
Itlco had an answer ready. Ho asked
the clerk to read a list of the names
of thoho to whom peddlers' licenses
hail been Issued Tho clerk did no,
and tho list sounded like tho roll-cull
of u Jnpanesi) regiment. Kcn Castro
had to laugh. No further argument
win! necessary. Tho Houbo ndopted
tho repoit of tho committee.
Senate Dili 37 Falrchlld, relating
to commercial paper I'luancu Conl
mlttco. S. I), 05, Mnkeknu, relating to Judi
cial circuits Judiciary Committee.
Joint Itesolutlou 7, Castio, relating
lo u Stamp Commission Finance Com
mittee. II. 11. Mill, Makckau, protection of
birds Agricultural Committee.
If. 11. 1 IT. Coney, relating to Btanii
duties Finance Committee.
.ALCOHOL 3 pptl ni-u-r,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
rtCSS and Rntrontalnt nrMvr
I Ion Sour StDnach.Dlirmxj
ness andLoss OF5LEEP.
racSinik Sifnatwc of
Bears the Ay
Exict Copy of Wrapper.
ry Payne Whitney has practically re
tired from tho American turf. The
oung millionaire horseman, who wns
looked upon several years ago as a
worthy successor1 t his father, tho
late William C. Whitney, has stepped
down from the .vice presidency ot the
Saratoga ltnclng Association. Tho
lenson given for his retirement wns
that lie would spend most of his tlmo
nbroad, where he haB shipped his best
I miners, nnd would bo unable to take
an actlvo Interest In racing on this
side of tho ocean during tho coming
heasoti. In addition to his string now
In Knglaiidn charge of A, J. Joyner,
tho well-known trainer, Whitney will
ship six polo ponlss, ,
Tho 'retirement of tho joung rich
owncr.ls Jn n way one of the hardest
blows struck nt the racing game
elncc tho Agnow-Hnrt laws wero
passed Inst year. When Whitney
sent his horses ubroad nt tho end of
Inst season In conjunction with Au
gust Ilelmont nnd Jnmes It. Kecue,
nothing was thought ot tho matter,
as It was known that the days ot
rich purses were past and tho valu
able stakes to bo decided during tho
I'ngltsh season were worth striving
If every property-owner and occu
pier will sec to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of Ills premises, the city will
look as though it had its face wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth
ing. Let's try it.
of the "MAYFLOWER" QUARTZ ft CHANNEL MINING CO. is Mr.
William George Motley, whose photograph is presented herewith and a
full sketch of whose personal rawer and professional record may lie
read in the February issue of THE SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN MAGA
ZINE. Mr. Motley is the senior member of the firm of W. G. Motley &
Co.,- the well-known mining cnginiers, at 32 Broadway, New York
City. He has had over thirty yean' experience in mining onerntions in
various parts of the world, nnd his career proves a notable ILLUSTRA
TION OF THE TRUTH OF THE OLD SAYING that "nothing succeeds
like success." In 1887. when on a visit to Europe, where reports of his
mining successes had already preceded him. he was madeli Fellow of the
Royal Geographical Society of England and of the Roval Colonial Insti
tute. English financiers engaged him to conduct mining examinations
for them ,'n Central Canada, and upen his recommendation the celebrat
ed Rcgina Mine was purchased.
Tiie triumph he scored in this great mine was commented uoon lav
sihly, at the time, in the Canadian Government Mining Reports.
Mr. Motley holds the Royal Canidian Humane Society's medal for
chivalrio services in rescuing, at ths imminent risk of his own life, eight
miners from a burning mine, near ths Reginn. All of the cMit men weie
taken out unconscious, a ninth dvintr in Mr. Motley's arms.
In a recent interview, referring to tho prowess of his latest enter-;-.5cs,
he said in part: "I am not exactlv a promoter, as the term has
iomc to be understood. The presint-dav promoter is altogether too nrone
to stick to a proposition onlv in fair weather, abandoning it and allow
me the stockholders toMtift For themselves as soon as the first trifling ob
stacle makes its abearance. That mav go for promotion, but it doesn't
meet my idea of cowl business policy. When I take up an enterprise, no
mat cr what it is, I expect to have to confront occasional difficulties, and
I Lelievc in sticking to the job until I hove overcome the very last one of
"Good mining propositions nre to be had in all parts of the country,
but the promoter who sits in his City office year in and year out isn't
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likely to find many of them. The propositions that are brought to you
ore seldom worth considering. If 3 ou want a first-class enterprise to pro
mote and develop, you generally have go alter it. No, I wouldn't want
jou to put me down as a'promoter.' I'm a practical mining man, and most
of my life I have been employed by ca-)itlists, simnly as the means of in
creasing their wealth, through the operation of properties purchased under
my recommendations. Of late I have concluded to lcok after the opcrat-in-
end of the business myself, ns well as the professional end, and I am
perfectly satisfied with my success so far. I am building u an enormous
list of correspondents, and just as soon as they learn to understand this
new met'od of mining promotion, I think wc will be able to demonstrate
through practical results obtained, that my idea is the right idea. It's
the sjstem that will bring real dividend checks even though it doesn't
make r.i much noise as some of the ethers."
Mr7. Motley was asked for an excression of his opinion concerning
the Mayflower mine, in the Nevada Citv district, in California", and lie
"The Mayflower has already a rcord to its credit that has not been
eaualled by a good many of the leadin" gold-producing mines in tlto
Wctt that have -been paying dividends for years. When vou open a great
gold mine it is usually necessary to expend a modest fortune in getting
ready for your future production, but the Mnvflower has naid its own
way from the beginning, and in addition to that, has cquinped itself, as
you mieht say, with one of the flneit millin" nlauts on the Coast. As
nn investment proposition it is eas'lv superior to nnv of the big gold
prouerties that have been brought ti the nublic's attention within the
nast twelve or fifteen years. .It wil1 shortly be realized. I am sure, that
the Mayflower is to California wha4. Comstock was to Nevada years ago,
and what the Horeestake is today ti South Dakota. Tho dividends paid
by the Mayflower mine, naturally, w'll ro to those who recoenize this fnct
in Hmc to secuie the stock while it offers a basis for a snlcndid invest
ment: and to this end I can assure you, seriously, that there is no time
like the present,"
MIVAN nrtW Fiscal Agent, Mayflower Mine
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GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, Hilo. Hawaii
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