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drawn li the Jnr mrjinlicloiiprs nf
the Ilfrt Irciilt. I- m ttio namca
will lio ilinwu the Riaiiil Jmnrs n
well nil the tiliil Jtt ors: '
Tiial Jurcrs.
JnniM Autd Jr.. I'mirt M. lllmlt,
lli'tiry Ccolc, 1'orcv (!, II Dsvcrllt.
John Cilbnlll, William A. Hall,
'toaislm I H. Dnnininti. IMward John-
fon, Samuel K Knalii, Jasntr A,
1 nwolnwc, Pred M. I.nwls, James ll!
Pal.eln, Clnrle? K Sterner, WnltPr
St.-uMril.
(leo'KP .1. Itrmvii, John . Orecnc,
John lllllo. W-llll.im 13. Kerr, AitRint
V. IVto-p. John PIrhoU, Pred J.
TuriiPr, William r. Wilton.
Kilgano K. Allen. 13clRar S ll-ury,
I.Mw.ml II. I'rlol, JIo ron, Charles
-II Huston, Tims. Nolt, fiui. J.
lOWelll, 13lv.nrd K. Woodward.
Allilit P. Afcinc, Prniik 11. Arm
irt ontr, AHpii C llnliliwiif,' Samuel
",A. Wall.or, Charles S. Weight.
Wm. Mctinwnti.
" William Allen, Hermann llnclicrt,
John K. Clarke,' llpiijaniln II. Clnrko,
John (). C emeiit, IMdle McCorrlstou,
'Henry A. Wire.
Chas. Cornny.
J Chailcs II. Jnilil.
Ilrnest IUnl:cii.
Chas. W. llrlilRPs, Leslie C. Clark,
(ipiirRP (5. KIiiiip), Preil S. I.yman
Jr., .loll u l'arker, Il-nld Hush.
Jonathan Alan, Ma mi el It. Cnehlo,
"John 0. Dnaitp, Horace Johnson,
Daxlil K. Knuwalu, lined Kinney,
Alexander McAnRii. Arthur II.
I'erry, Harry II, I'lemer, Trederlqk
J. Smith, Claude. J. Wheeler,
John I3nos, Carl A, Hundoop, Wll
11am Llndscy, Georgo Mejcrs.
James D. Davidson, David Doug
las, lliidolf Mullcr, William A. Per
ry, Louis D. Warren.
ChaileB N. Arnold, nobert W. At
Jdnson, gam II dimming!), John 13.
Knhoa, David Makeana, George
Pooloa, Charles I'ooloa, Adfrcd O.
Holt, 13dward n. Itolilns, Kphrlam
C. Smith, Albert Wntcrhouse.
Kildle C. lining, Charles Johnson,
Joseph K. Kiiu.il, George M. Haupp,
CihMiid N. Voellcr, Charles A, L.
Will.
Ilenjamln It. Camhpell, Kim P.
Chong, Harry A. I'rnnsnn, Max
Schlcmmpr, Hrnest K. Knal, Joseph
Morse, Anton Schlmmcr, Simeon K.
N'nwaa. Thorns D Stroup, Kdmund
Swan, Wll lam 13. Tlrroll.
13 It llnlh. William 12. llolllna.
I Wm. 11. Poster, James Guild, David
Harvest, llcrtrnm P llellhron, Thos.(
A. Honiin .li., Wm. C. King, David
j K. Martin, Wm. M. Mlntou, John K.'
Q Connor, I). Cl.ircnre Prtngle,
George Snnderron, John Schlelf, J.
Chns, Schocnlng, Seely I. Shaw,
John S. Azevpdo Jr., Spencer P.PI;
erlon, John A. Ilortfeld, Thomas I.
Cummins, Charles II. Klchler, James
S. Pox. John C. Gall, Prank God
frey, Simeon K. lino Jr Rilwnrd C.
Holstcln, Pdward K. Hunt, Geo. It.
Karrattl, John A. l.egros. Alexander
K. Lewis, Albert Ludlorr, Geo. W.
Mary, Ilpury II. Mariner, Jas. K.
Mcrslierg, Pred II. MN'omarrn, John
I', railaken, James I'uiiohau, Henry
I'. Hoth, llanney Srott, William II.
Smith, nines Stctner, John Welsh.
Jos. K. Aea, Sr Stephen J. Allen,
rastrp, Arthur C. Alexander, Jason
Andrailo, Henry A. Asch, Charles
linn, William II. Chnrloek, Alfred D.
C'ropcr, Harold O. Dillingham, John
Plllnger, Clias, M. V. POrstPr, Chns.
O. Hottol, rvlng J. Hiird, John It.
Jones, Joseph P. Lowls, Thomas Me-
LPan, Archibald S. I Itobertson,
Prnpst A, II, Iloss, Ilenjamln Sam
mans, Jonathan Shaw, Samuel P.
Notl, Oliver II. Walker, Walter C.
Weedon.
David L. Austin, Prnnz Ilcchort,
Pugeno M, Campbell, nmes J. Crock
ett, Henry de Pries Jr., James D.
Dougherty, James p. Penwlck,
Adolph P. Gertz, Geo. A. Oonsalves,
John Guild, Harold T. Hajselden,
William II. Hoogs, Hiram Kolomo
kn, Carl A. 0. Mnertens, John W.
Macdonafd, Ilobert McCorrlston, Da
vid A. McNamarra, ltoher( W, Pod
morc, John O, Itothwcll, St. 0.
Sayrcs, Chns. A. Simpson, John It.
Soper, Charles A. 8toble, John S.
Walker, John T. Warren, William
J. West, Alfred L Sllva.
Geo. n. limns, John P. Colburn
3d, Jas. II, Divls, Henry A. Giles,
ChnilPs P. Glllllnnd, Wlnslow Harn-
den, James. I'. Herrlck, Hermann
Hugo, Pred II. laukca, Christian P.
Jenkins, Geo. JoIiiiboii, William P.
Johnson, Prunk 13. King, Wllllum D.
Mtintjie, Chns. 1'hllllpn, Kzra A.
Iluwlnnil, John E. Srhmldt, William
Thompson, I3ugene V. Todd, Klcliard
Weedon, William 13. Young, Norval
11. Young.
Wm. L. Austin, Andrew B, llrlght,
Henfy' Kaal, Thomas L. McMuIre,
John Wallace.
Alfred Akaun, Antone Pemandez,
George N. Harbottle, IMward Drew,
Mark Hf Houghtalllng, 8.itnuel W.
Spentcr, Charles Wallace, Daniel
Yowell, Sam Pupuhl.
Walter It. Coombs, Panri Cornn,
Rnoch Johnson Jr., Hlchard E. Lock
Nod, J. N. Wood.
Carl 11. Andrews, John Aplo,
James Dodd, Edmund Styles, Thom
as K. Ulukou.
Jamel. Arcla, Ilenjamln K.
Asam, Abraham D. Holster, William
W. Huckle, ames Kullke, William Y.
Kwal Pong, Jnob Ordenstcln.
Prltz Mecr, John II. Mltchelli
Alexander Smith Jr.
Henry Davis.
John II. de Pries.
Grand Jurors.
Emll A. Ilerndt, Geo. V. Castle.
Amos Prnncls Cooke, Ct Orandell,
Charles Lucas.
Harold K. Castle, Prank" Hustuco,
Jas. W. L. McQuIre, Percy M. Pnnil.
A. Henry , Afong, llernard P.
tlenrilmdrc, Frank E, lllnke, qhas.
Montague. Cooke Jr,,, James Harris
Mackenzie, Itnliort Ef M(st, Pred
Philip,, Irwin Spalding, Frederick P.
Steere, Ilertram Von Damm.
Harold II. Glffard, John A. Hughes,
James E. Jaeger, Theodore p. Lans
ing, Jns. II, Love,
Charles J. Ludklgsen, Mnnnte Phil
lips, Albert II, Tarleton, I,ove M.
Vetlesen, Artliuh P. Wall, John Wn
terhouse, Henry M. Whitney,
Chns. Crozlej Thoi. J. Pltzpatrlck,
Wllllnni Mv Graham, Samuel J. Lylo.
Edwin 11. Paris, Prank E. Illrhnril
son, Gustav T. JS hnefer, William C.
Wilder, Archibald A Young.
Jnnies A. Allld.
Edwin lleuner, Elmer M. Cheat
ham, Chas. J Palk.
Althur .1. Spltzcr
Whirred II. Ilnbbltt Henry Ciish
man Carter, Olaf L. Soipnron, Gull
ford II. Whitrpy.
John lledr. ,
Pred Wald ron.
Isaac Adams,
Mark A. Itobltuqu,
Christen Chrlstoffcisun,
Earl K. Ellsworth.
Jnmes II. Carver, Ernest E. Ly
man,
William P. Hush.
Clarcilco W. Qlrvln
Albert W. Vnn Vnlkenburg.'
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Donalil Maclntyr'e, J, Mortrt
niggs.
John 1', Schnack.
Chas. J. Hoke.
Charles J, Campbell, Itlchard A.
Cooke, Norman E. (lodge, Carl 8.
Holloway, E. W, Jordan, C. A. Mack
intosh, John A. McCnndless, Willie
It. Mclnerny, James Wakefield, Har
ry E. Webster. ,
Edwnrd Swift. .
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 26, 1910,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
on Ilanim.Youn.i Co Ltd to W O
Crow ell rtol
von Ilamm-Young Co Ltd to Geo W
Mahlkon , . , Itel
Tom Pong by Comr to William Sav-
I'lgoTi Comr's 8alo
Tarn Pong by Comr to William Sav-
I'lgoTr Comr's Sale
Eniinn Slla and lisli to William I.
We'sl ,. Exch D
Wllllrm L Welsh to Emma Sllva.Tlcl
Lake View No. 2 Oil Company
Home Office : 513 Merchants' T rust IRlildinp;, los AngcleSj Cal. y
Two WeUs'Are OfilytSOOHEeet Apart
These
.Lake View Nol $&' W "ILake View No. 2'
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This is a picture of Chas. F. Off, the Oil Expert
' i iT
Lskc View No. 2 was down ftbout 1200 ft. Nov. 1.
Lake Vicj,v No. 1 came in March 15 and does 05,000 Bbls. oil daily. Tho '.'Srientifio American"
says it is ihe most valuable ol well ever dircoveied, producinp; over ono million dollars' worth of oil
monthly.
SIXTY-FIVE THOUSAND BARR.ELS OIL IS EQUIVALENT TO 16,000 TONS COAL, AND WOULD RE
QUIRE TEN OF THE LARGESr SIZE L0C0MOHVES AND 400 BOX .CARS TO MOVE THE
OUTPUT EVERY DAY.
I am taking subscriptions for stock in the above Company. Tli's is a (ramble in oil with fifty
chances in your favor as againit one to lose. This oil property is located in Kern County, Southern
California, in the center of thj world-famous Midway-Maricopa Oil Fields. It is about one and one
quarter miles from the world-f amens oil gusher Lake View No. 1, and although two separate companies,
practically the same officers and dnectou ate connected with Lake View No, ?, it is a Bon of its
father. The same manager, Ki. Cha3. F. Off,, who put down Lake View No. 1, is also manager of Lake
View No. 2. We are six miles nearer the gusher than the Huumauraa, .recently exploited in Hono
lulu, six mi les nearer than the Honolulu Consolidated, and three miles nearer than the Wm. Matson
well. A 60,000 bbl. well came m one mile south of us for the Consolidated Midway Oil Company,
three other big gushers within one mile east of us, and four within two miles north of us. We there,
fore feel our proposition is alxnpst a certainty. Don't you think this is worth the gamble when you
consider thejimmense profits from a good oil well! It is almost a fairy tale. Ifi we strike a 10,000
bbl wpII. ntfl5fi ner hbl.. it is enual to S3.00 dailv DerMO shares, and this' isumlv the nrofltfrorn
one well. We can put down foiftt'more wells on our property. Lake View Noyhas been doingiD5,000 !
bbls. daily fdr over eight month, aj 05o comes to over a mill'on dollars profit every month; their stock
cost ouo, now U iaK nil
is only a limbed amount
February the .stock value
at 50o. later s may be AMoitli
Tinle The driller's loe show
i.r, (n,llrq tihn nf striking n well eovallv as laree.
Every man who engtiges in business takes a chance: the. farmer's crop may fail, the sWd may sink,
even your lite is a gamuie. a gimme in a,hke view , uu numiunv wouia oc ju io oi m ui i
vor. Any man with intelligence tnkei a chance and develons into a globe trotter or tourist and lives on
Easy Street; the other man who didn't is still a clerk at his old job. John D. Rockefeller might still
be a clerk but he took a gamble in oil his salary is now about a mill.'pn dollars daiR Every man
and woman owe it to themselves to better heir condition in life by buving some stock in this Com
pany. Even a 100 shares might put vou on Easy Street: it is a safe .gamble, Do it now.
Mail me your check or P. 0 order to cover one-third of the amoun of stock von wish to order:
The balance is -able 'n sixtv days. Cut ont your cigars or any other expense and buy some stock,
and later on you ran wear diamonds, and this is no idle boast.
Phone No. 3020, or drop cstal fcr appointment.
tr. i i ft-4 P '.OSWALD iLUTTED, i fi. v Jf.-'
1130 Fortl Street, nexl floifflptj j .J--4 Jt - VGeneraT Sales Agent. Honolulu.
this is your oproRfuNrrrTa invest -injan oil company that wili, xieuvjsk um
Kllltlt DI Illt'IlCV L" UUY UJ1C SUUIC. UU1 BLU-K IS UUL'I UCi B11U1 C IVUAT. HI4U ltwc
- -l,jr. J - . -. . 4.ll
letc, ana wntn som mo. pnee wm oe ;i.uu par, wnrnin.e.weuicopres in!oBH'
"will'b'6"acc:0id,inc to the size of the well.1 This is'whv'youWbuy stock npw,
I $50.00. "LakeView. No. 2 well is down about 1200 frtt with a IB- ncll.-
weilKe' eoinc; throuch the same formations as'Lak VltW N6. IJ'tvltn
rtstl
Nov. 14. 1910.
(leorgo W Ilownn and wf to Aka
maldll Ahaiita (k): D; n P 7021,
Ku r.r.30, Ap 2, Ileela, Kooloi(okl.
Oahiij 11, etc., 2 horses and per
sonal property. 11 312. p 201, Oct
22, iOlO.
Akamkikul Ahattla (w) to Ko
lekla II. Ilowan (wj;, D: l P 1021,
Kill KftSO, Ap 2, Ilefla. Kool.iiiiol.ii,i
Oalin: 2 horses and personal prop
rty, 11, etc. D .112, p 202. Oct
21. 1910. . ,, '
I, O lilac' ninn ancj w to Prances
T Illrkert'ii; Di bit -2 and por lot'
fi, blk 10C. Pn'oio VnllflV. Honolulu,
Onh-i $2-n and mlg J17r.O 11 312.
p r7 () t 31. lHlO,,
W K Kaw.iliaheenill et nls to Rlni;
ri'Mi-; c.v- j,; nor it p's ssr.7,
13S.fi and 3801, Ilonou lull, Ewa.
joalip; .'. ir nt S110 poi1 r 11 330,
p Ml Jl.'-o. )0S. I
I Wong Illicit Chlng to .lohn Malta- , ' '""
hi": D; lit, In por It P Ofin, Kill (
1212. icnts, etc, Knpalama, Honolu-jL ' ' " "
III. DnliM! "-.n II 5i" "OS I-nl,l. - - ' ' - " -
2S. 1910.
William II Jclncrr to John. a. Du
nite; D; lot of Or 3317. Samr.l
Parker's, subdjv, of llrairdnian tract,
Honolulu. 0.ilm:$1325. "I1 337,p
283. N'ov 12. 1910.
John '(I. Duarte nnd.wf to William
II XloInVry; M; lot I of' Or 3317,
Sam'l Parker's subdlv of lloardmnu
tract, Honolulu. Oahu: 8ftfl. II 341,
p 20ri. Nov 12. 1910.
Sing Hlng Kee; Co-P D: tinware,
cro'keryj glarwiiri'. hirdware Iiiir ,
Iness, eW. 1181 Nuiianu St, lloiio-,
.noMilu. (alm: Capital 1.500. II 33U
,318. Nov 12, 1910. i
A II Doudero to Oliver O Lansing:
P A: general pQwctJ. II 31G, p 320.
Ctl 20, 1.110.
A H IVindero et ul hr Attv to
I.eong Took; Can I.; piece Ivi''..
Alibi's I.nuo, Ilonolii'u, Oihu. H
.".30. p 411. Not 2. 1910
W MrCuullers 1i 'I Dindcn.
et al; Par Itel; lot 14,'Palinu tri-t,
Honolulu, Oihu; 11.10. It 311, p
132 Nov 14. 1910.
W lcC.indlc-s to A II Dmlero it
al; Pnr IV'l: lt 13,. Pi'a-ia trn t.
Honolulu. , Oahu: 11, II 3.14. p 4'M.
lNov 14. lSjlo'.
Mlllo Mnrrs lo l.um .Man Knr
D; lot It o( U P 417n, Kul 7711,' A.f
38, Morris; I.ano, Honolulu', Oahu;
jr.r.n. Il 32, p 209. Nov 12, 1910.
Mllle Mo'rrls to W. Tin Ynu; U:
! lot A of II I' 4475, Kill 7713, Ap 3S,
.Morris l.an, llolioliilit, Oihu; $51 1
II .142, p 2t0. Nov 12, 1910. 1
W Tin Vnn to Trent Trust Co Ltd;
M; lot A of II P 417.1. Kill 7713. Ap
38, Morris Lane, Honolulu, O i it.; j
S2r,A. II 334. p 433. Nov 12, 1910.
, John J Orate to II II Nallnui et)
i air; Itel; Jl p Or 907. Klhalanl, N(
Hlln, Hawaii; 122.1. II 334, p 428.J
Oct 27. 1903.
John T Ilakor to II n Nallmu:,
Mel; por II P fir 907 and po Innd.',
Klhalanu. ot., Hllo. Hawaii; icr,5.
II 334. p 429. Nov 3. 1910.
Waler A Carpenter and wf to Mar-'
Ian Jose; D; S9' n of lot 8, rents,
etc., Knoho Homestead tract, Puna,j
Hawaii; 11200, II 337. p 28fi. Mar
20, 1910. J I
S H Kahallj and wf to Kultalan
Plantaton Co ?rtd: M: 18 n of Or"
fiC3, Kalunhil Hfimalttta. Hawaii;
i;iuu, ii .i.hii tiv. ui'i . i, i3i
the country that has in-.
j :ru i.Li.L'Ji
uriirf-ri lis: u r riH' inmr- .
1 Ml j., I 7 Jp-"-V. vwk wV s-m..
'nviO(j!W music of Wagner, the exquisite
pbry.'idf Heine, the subtle art of Menzjel;'
! the 'country that has enriched us with the,
wonderful scientific discoveries, of Humbolt
and the splendid literature of Goethe and
has contributed to the world's progress the
masterly military ability of Von Moltke and
the victorious statecraft of Bismarck is a
standing testimonial to the
ENERGY-BUILDING QUALITIES
OF GOOD BEER ;
Under th& enervating conditions of our climate there
is jjarticulrx need for some force-giving tonic, and this
tonic is found in perfection in
' Mr W i
The .5eer That's J3rewed
To Suit Tlic Cbniole
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A Family Beer that should be in every, home
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Appreciation
T TO THE PUBLIC We wish at this time to express our appreciation to
' the Island public for the confidence reposed in us, as manifested by the
large number o! purchases of the motor cars we deal in. Altogether 1nJho
past we have .lancllcd some ten ilitlcrcnt makes of cars; we now'ha.odlo
only three. '',"1,
'' There is a r:ason for this.
To handle any new mae that was produced seemed to us too much liko
"trying !t on f h,e dog" with the public as the Dog. ' '""., ' ,
. Our pnjjr was to study the situation carefully, gauge local conditions
, 1 and then consult the best automobile authorities in America witjf the
' ifcsuit 'that wo represent today '
Haw'n CoimJ
Jo Territory o
153-13, Main nni1
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Hawaii; D: iir"
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Mnnuel do rti;q: D: II P H21, -!
I Kill 7971, Wnrohilll, Knlnl M.llll:'
$17"., II 337. P 288. Nov H, 1910
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The manufacturers of these three great makes arc the leaders in the-'in
dustr.y. , " '
' ' Bi handling .only these Jihree great makes we can do justice both to' the
public anflttho manufacturers.
, There, ,arc from five to eight thousand different parts in an automobile1'
,, -T-milltiply4his by,,tep,",'u''thc number ,is enormous. Few dealers qny
could! keeJ qcn the1 necessary parts of ten makes to provide against inov- '
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rernclojis wild heasta direct from
tho workshop f Oermany'a heat
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Mechanical Tojh, EvootliliiK for tho
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GOOD AUTO SUNDRIES AND GOOD SERVICE.
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