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CVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAR. 21, 1911.
10 AMATEUR PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS PORTS PELOUZC Tho best and handiest Electric Iron made. Temperature control right on the iron. Requires no stand simply turn it on end when not in use. Iron adapted for plain work and polishing. The bottom plate or ironing portion heats up very quickly, and you do not have to wait for tho enure iron to get hot as you do on other irons. We carry the following four sizes in stock: 4 Pound SEWING ROOM 6';- Pound DOMESTIC E. O. Hall & J. A. OILMAN, Shipping and Commission Agent for Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me. Parrott & Co., San Francisco Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co. General Fire Extinguisher Co. SRINNEIL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLE) Neuinan Clock Co. (WATCHMAN'S CLOCI) Royal Standard Typewriter Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Oo. FOET STREET, NEAR MERCHANT REWCO RYE WHISKEY AT ALL THE LEADING SALOONS Wholesale by GONSALVES Distributors Jacobsen & RaVen's Live management extends to every department of the Union-Pacific King Street, Next to the Young mnm Imf Not a Diseased Cow or an Insanitary JSpot at The Pond Dairy The milk from this Dairy is porfeetly pure, and the most ad vanced sanitary methods are employed in handling it. TELEPHONE 2890 Evening Bulletin PELOUZE 9-Pound COMMERCIAL 20-Pound TAILORS Son, Ltd. & CO., Ltd., Transfer Co., Hotel Telephone 1874 T" I MikIo frnm whole Huwiutan JJJQC LcHT l'lm-tipplim unci the bent rettiieu At all Soda PountalnH and Store Arctic Soda Water Works Honolulu Iristrlbntors Pineutar Syrup for ime on hot enlces, wnfrtra etc. A delicious flavoring for punches and Ice creams At All Oncers PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD. p 75c. Per Month LOCAL DRAWINGS HAVE . FOR WALL Preliminary Matches Will Be Played Today and TomorrowSemi-Finals on Thursday, Finals on Friday, and Winner Meets Athcrton Richards Saturday. At lust! 'Today the play in the Wall j I'll), tournament really commences, two i matches being scheduled to start at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and the other iwn in the nrcllmlnarv round tomor- row at the km mo hour. Drawings were made yesterday aft ernoon and resulted in the pairing of the players as follows: Newell (owe 15) vs. Cooke (owe 15). Bockus (scratch) vs. Bartlett (15). Deerr (scratch) vs. Castle (owe 15). Wall (owe 15) vs. Barnes (15). For this afternoon Nowcll will meet Cooke and Deerr will play Castle- in the preliminaries, und then tomorrow Nowell nnd Cooke will play their se ries, and Wall will meet Barnes. Thursday afternoon the semi-finals will be on between the winners of the preliminary rounds and then tile win ners of llie mincn win nu up usauwi Atherton Richards, the present cham pion, on Saturday. Richards lias been ill at his nome, and it is possible that the match be tween him an the winner of the tour nmnent this vear can not he pulled off on Saturday, fis he may not havo his strength back enough to get into the game in hard shape. He wants a few days to practise, but said last evening that he would try to he in shape to meet the winner on Saturday afternoon if possible. If he is unable to play at that time, there should be no trouble In arrang ing to have the final games played some time next week after Richards gets back into proper form. The entries in the tournament this year are two less than in the last tour nament, two men having gone to the mainland who played in last season's series, so that the number of players DERBY NOMINATIONS FOR KENTUCKY ARE OUT LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 7. The list of nominations for the 1911 Ken tucky Derby announced yesterday In cludes 29 colts and geldings and one filly. Round the World. The following Is the list: Round the world (W. G. Kanke & Co.), Governor M. Bar (R. N. Smith & Co.), Sterling (Wade McLemore), Meridian (R. F. Carman), Silver Brush (R. E. Colston), Colston (R. E. Ddloweisa (George H. Holje), Colonel Colston), Jack Denman (F. J. Pons),' Hogan (Henderson & Hogan), Boll Horse (E. R. Bradley), Beach Sand (E. R. Bradley), Bobs (James Butler), St. Aloysius (Martin Doyle), Lau Mexican (L. Kelly), Exemplar (Geo. M. Long), Ramazan (George M. Long), The Royal Prince (A. Vogelor), Labold (J. C. Milam), Tay Pay (James McManus), Star O'Ryan (James McManus), Common Sense (E. G. Pons), Captain Carmondy (B. Sclireiber), Fez (T. H. Stevens), Sir Dawn (C. C. Van Meter & Co.), Pit-a-pat (C. C. Van Meter & Co.), Jabot (H. P. Headley), Marlborough (L. H. Wheatcroft), Bill Ken (R. H. Wilson), Maud Sill (Woodford & Bruckner), Losh (W. J. Young). DOTS AND DASHES. The baseball season Is now on at Scholield Barracks and the regular games In the series aro being played each week. This afternoon the rugby game be tween local players and a team from the Algerine wiTt take place at MakikI grounds. iiustace, Peck & Co., Ltd. ' Honolulu, T. H, February 21, 1911. THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO, LTD., Honolulu, T. H. Gentlemen: For nearly two months the one hundred horse-power Westinghouae motor which you furnished this Company has been working at our rock-crushing plant at Pahoa. It ia giving entire sat isfaction and our only regret is that we did not install it before. We are able now to deliver more crushed rock and aand than ever before, and at lower prioet. It is choaper, being more efficient, always ready for work, no break downs, no lost time and no parts to wear out as in our previous plant where gasoline engines were used. m Sincerely yours, Hustace, Peck & Co., Ltd. I . i FRANK HUSTACE, Manager. , BEEN MADE CUP TOURNAMENT is really nhout the same as in the last tournament. . The way the handicaps have heen arranged should result in some. good tennis being seen during the next few davs on the Bcrctanla courts. Both, Nowell and Cooke are starting from scratch, as both have the same standing, and this series, which is to "bq played this afternoon, should bo one of flie best in the preliminary round. Then' the Castle-Deerr match, which is also scheduled for today, should be, a close one. Castle owing 15 and Deerr starting from scratch. When one play er owes 15, no matter how much of a player he is, it Is a considerable hand icap to overcome, and the scratch man should he right in at the finish under such conditions. S In the nUitches tomorrow, the BocK- us-Bartlett go should be the best one, as the men are more evenly matched than in the second match of the aft ernoon. The Wnll-Bnrnes match, with a dif fewmco of thirty points to start with, will make Wall go some to beat his antagonist and should bring out some good tennis in the struggle. No entries for the Hall Cup play have been made as yet, those In charge waiting until the end of the Wall tour nament before announcing tho exact date when the play will start. In the last tournament there were twenty-three entries for this play, and this year it is expected that there will be at least as many players enroll themselves for the contest for this cup. The Wall Cup' tournament Is re stricted to members of the Beretanla club, while the play In the Hall Cup Is open to all players in the city. RAISE FUNDS TO ' DEFEND MCGRATH Athletic enthusiasts and persons In terested In the career of Matthew McGrath, the celebrated athlete and champion hammer thrower of the New York Athletic Club, have been appealed to all over the country to assist In clearing him of charges for which he will soon be brought to trial. McGrath has had the misfortune to be made the defendant for an alleged crime which .was committed in the de fense of his home from an intruder. Sufficient funds are being gathered by friends of McGrath from all over the United States lor cieiraying uiu expenses of his trial, and prominent local athletic followers have been in cluded in the list of those who have been asked to subscribe to the fund. Martin Sheridan, the world's great est all-round athlete, and Patrick Con way, president of the Irish-American Athletic Club of New York, are fore most in this effort to save McGrath from being a victim of circumstances. Since the retirement of John Flan nagan from the athletic world Mc Grath has been recognized as the greatest hammer thrower of the pres ent time. He was a member of the American team to the Olympic games Lat London in 1908 and was figured to bo the mainstay of the American team to Sweden next year. The loss of McGrath from the ranks of tho ath- rletes today would be a severe blow indeed. . McGrath is a member of the Now York police force. The tennis balls are here and the Wall Cup tournament Is to begin at 4 o'clock this afternoon without fail, two matches being played. FOREIGN t: ii r n :i n u n ti u ii i; ti tt Jt SPORT CALENDAR. $1 tt a it Wednesday, March 22. it tt Beginning Four Day .lluiitsu Tournament Asaht Theatre. tt Field Meet Cavalry at Schufleld it Barracks. tt St Hall Cup Tournament Begins. $1 Sunday, March 26. tt tt Race Athletic Bark Between it King and Tsukdinoto over 20- tt tt Mile Course. tt tt March. tt tt Annual Halelwa Road Race tt tt Starting from Aala Park. It tt Sunday, April 2. it tt Benefit Ball Games at Athletic, tt tt Park for Captain Sam, Four tt tt Teams. tt tt Tuesday, April 4. K tt Meeting Oahu Baseball League, tt tt . Saturday, April 15. tt tt Track Meet Kams, St. Louis, tt tt McKinley High. tt Monday, April 17. tt Baseball St. Louis vs. Kams. tt Monday, April 24. tt Baseball Kams vs. Highs. tt Saturday, April 29. tt Baseball St. Louis vs. Highs. tt Saturday, May 6. tt Baseball St. Louis vs. Highs. tt Monday, May 8. tt Baseball1, Kams vs. St. Louis. tt Monday,' May 15. tt Baseball Highs vs. Kams. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ttttttntttttttttttttttttttttttttttt TOMMY BURNS ASKS BALM. SEATTLE, Wash., Mar. 9. Tommy Burns, the pugilist, began a $50,000 suit today against the Puget Sound Electric Company, asking damages In that, sum for personal injuries sus tained December 13 in a collision be- tveen two of the concern's interurban tiains. ' The fighter says he came out of the wreck with bis right leg broken and knee, shoulders and back wrenched to tiie extent of permanent injury. He was thus prevented from engag incr in pugilistic contests and rendered unfit to battle with Sam Langford, a light sought to be arranged by Hugh Mcintosh, the Australian promoter. Jijck Lester, who was to sail on the Aorangi for Australia to fight Bill Lang, on April 16, has gone forward on the Mariposa and will tranship at Tahiti. The Aorangi was delayed in sailing from San Francisco and would not land him in Sydney in time for the scheduled fight, so he went on another steamer. AMUSEMENTS. Honolulu AthletjPark SUNDAY, MARCH 26 O'CLOCK P. M. V 20-MILE RACE (Championship of Hawaii) SOLDIER KING vs. TSUKAMOTO Also 5-MILE BICYCLE RACE ADMISSION ....25c, 35c, 50c MEsN CHILDREN ' LADIES Electrio Baths, Massage, Special Treatments GYMNASIUM open from 7 a. m. till 10 p. m. Telephone 2407. 176 South King 8treet (upstairs) BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL LEGAL NOTICE3. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the matter of tho Estate of Joseph Kapeau Aea, late of Honolulu, T. 11., Deceased, On reading and tiling the petition 01 Helen Kanani Aea of the City ana County of Honolulu, alleging that Jo seph Kakeau Aeu of Honolulu died In testate ut said Honolulu on the 25th day of Januury, A. D. 1911, leuvlng property within the Jurisdiction of this Court necessary to be adminis tered upon, and praying that letters of administration issue to said Helen Kanani Aea, petitioner: It is Ordered, that Monday, the 10th day of April, A. D. 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m., he and hereby Is appointed for bearing said petition in the courtroom of this Court in the Judiciary building In the City and County of Honolulu, ut which time and place nil persons concerned may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. " Dated, Honolulu, March 0, A. D. 1911. By tho Court: (Seal) M. T. SIMONTON, Clerk, Circuit Court of the Firnt Circuit. 4869 War. 7. 14, 21, 28, Airibst comfortable and stylish Arrow COLLAR 15c. 2 for 25c. Cluett, Peabody fc Co., Makes ARROW CUFFS, 15c a Pair CORPORATION NOTICES. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. McBryde Sugar Company, Limited. Notice Is hereby given that tho reg ular annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the McBryde Sugar Company, Limited, has been called' by the presi dent to be held at the olnee of Alex ander & Baldwin, Ltd., on Thursday, the 30th dav of March. 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m. Notice is also hereby given that at this meeting there will be submitted to the stockholders a proposal that the compjiny shall amend its Articles of Association and adopt a resolution au thorizing an increase of the company's capital from $3,000,000 to $4,500,000, which incase shall be represented by 50,000 shares of preferred stock of the par value of $20 per share, entitling Its holders to a fixed annual cumula tive dividend of seven per cent.; of which new stock 40,000 shares, repre senting $800,000 capital, shall be forth with available for issue at par to liq uidate the present floating indebted ness of the company with the right on the part of stockholders to elect to take their pro rata thereof before the same is offered for sale at large; the remaining 10,000 shares to be subject to issue as may be hereafter author ined; said preferred stock to have a voting privilege of one vote to each share. Appropriate amendments to the by-laws will also be submitted. It is specially requested that all stockholders of tho company be present or see that they are duly represented by proxy filed with the secretary bo- fore the meeting. The stock books of the company will be , closed for transfers from Tuesday, March 21, 1911, until Thursday, March 30, 1911, both dates inclusive. Dated, Honolulu, T. ' H., March lb, 1911. ELMER K. PAXTON, Secretary, McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. 4879-llt HUTCHINSON SUGAR PLANTA TION COMPANY. ', The annual meeting of the stockhold crs or tne Jtiuieninson oimar rauui- tlon Company will be held on Tues day, March 28, v1911, at tho hour of 11 o'clock a. m., at the office of the company, No. 268 Mantel sireei, ou.ii Francisco, Cal., for the - purpose ot electing directors for the ensuing year and for the consideration and transac tion of such other business as- may come before the meeting. Transfer books will close on" Saturday, March 18, 1911, at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m. By order of the president. H. W. THOMAS, Secretary. Mar. 13 to 28, inch ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS. Kauai Fruit & Land Co., Ltd. The annual meeting of tho stockhold ers of Kauai Fruit & Land Co., Ltd, will be held at the office of Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., No. 208 Stangenwald building, Honolulu, on Friday, the 31st day of March, 1911, at 10 o'clock a, m. By order of the president: E. E. PAXTON, Secretary, Kauai Fruit & Land Co., Ltd. 4880-4t BY AUTHORITY. SEALED TENDERS. Seuled tenders will be received by Mm Simerlntendent of Public Works until 12 m. of Wednesday, March 29 1911, for the construction of a Con crete Morgue for the Board of Health on the Walklki side of Judiciary Build lncr. Honolulu. T. II. Plans, specifications and proposal blanks on file in the Department 1 of Public Works. The Superintendent of public Works reserves the right to reject any or all bids. MARSTON CAMPBELL, Superintendent of Public Works, Honolulu, March 15, 1911, 4876-10t Bids will be received at tho office of the City and County Clerk until 12 ni of March 23, 1911, for nine thousand (9000) feet of straight curbing undone hundred and seventy-six (176) feet f curb-stone cut to a radius of 7 feet on the outsldo fuco. Delivery to be made at u minimum rate of one hundred und tlfty feet per working day from April 1, at any place on Nuuunu avenue, between the Mau soleum and the Country Club road, as directed by the road supervisor. Stones shall be rolled clear of the roadwny nnd close to the property line and be strung out as nearly as practicable to the distance which they will lay in the set curb. Fpeclficntlons can bo obtained from the City und County Clerk. D. KALAUOKALANI JR.. Clerk, City and County of Honolulu. 4S78 Mar. 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23. 4 I I ft I Recorded March 8, 1911. Charles M Cooke Ltd to l'alolo Land & linprvmt Co Ltd, Par ltd; k"t 34ir,!, I'lilolo Vull.y, Honolulu. Oahu; $.;.-0. B 346, l 236. Mar 7, 1911. Palolo Uiv. At linprvmt Co Ltd to Kiilmukl Land Co Ltd. 1); Uul 3415B, I'nlolo Valley, Honolulu, Oahu; $350. B 34.'., p 129 Mar 7, 1911. Lulu Patten to Kulmukl Land Co Ltd. D; i4,500 sq ft of lot 13, L 1' DBMS. Palolo, Honolulu, Oahu. $3000. B 345, p 131. Mar 4, 1911. Henry Wnterhouso Trust Co Ltd to Otto Biirincster, D, lot 8, blk C, Kal mukl Park Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $400. B 345, pl33. Mar 3,' 1911. Otto Burmestcr and vf to Kaiinu'd Lund Co Ltd. M; lot 8, blk C, Kul mukl -Park Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $1, 250. B 341. p 371. Mar 7, 1911. Henry 15 Cooper and wf to Sara K Warren. D; lot 5, blk C, Puupiieo Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $S53. K 313, P 134. Mar 7, 1911. Carolina Ferrelra to Maria Oouveia, B S; leasehold, bldgs etc, Lane St, Ho nolulu, Oahu; $300. B 330, p 415. Dee J 5, 1910. J O .Tfirdln and wf to Yong Will, D; lots 20. 27 and 28. blk (5, Kapiolani Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $750. B 345, p 135. Mar 7, 1911. Jay Sal to Lcong Lun et al. D: int ln-ap 2, R P 1815, kill 1589, and po land, Kukui St, Honolulu, Oahu; $450. B 343, p 137. Mar 8, 1911'. Ada T Gibson and hsb (T H) to First American Savs & Tr Co of Ha waii Ltd, M; L P 54(11, blilgs, rents, etc, Pupukea - Pnunialu, Koolaulou, Oahu; $3700. B 341, p 374. Mar 8. Helcpololei and wf to D P K Isen berg, I); 27-40 Int In B P 2150, kul 178'8, and pc 'land, rents, etc, AVaiala eikl, Honolulu, Oahu; $250. B 345, P 143. Mar 8, 1911. Kalnuikl Land Co Ltd to Mrs Lulu ratten, H; 1 8-10a of kill 3415B, Pa lolo Valley Rd, Honolulu, Oahu; $1, 000. B 345, p 145. Mar 7, 1911." K lsoshima to Sakuji Ilceda, P A; general powers. B 330, p 41b. Mar v 1911. ; B H Rahe to von Hamm-Young Co Ltd, C M; 4-cylinder model K &ce-vens-Duryea touring car No 2388, Ter of Hawaii; $550. B 341, p 377. Feb IS, 1911. Kuplhea (w) to Paukiolanl, D; kul 28G1, Kahuku, Koolauloa, Oahu; $1, etc. B 345, p 147. May B, 18C2. Francisca Joseph (widow) to Manuel Medelros Jr, D; int in 1-3 hit in U 6857, kul 7713, hui land, Honokua, S Kona, Hawaii; $250. B 345, p 128. Mar 4, 1911. ' ' s Lulka Makaila nnd hsb, (Makaila) et al to Emmeline M Magoon, D; R Va 5939 and 6612, Haukalua, S Kona, Ha waii; $135. B 345, p 148. Jan b, is 11. Dorcas F Decker to T Tokagawa-'L; R P 325, kul 3355 Vineyard Str vvai luku, Maul; 15 yrs at $15 per yr. B 343, p 219. Aug 25, 1910. Francisca Joseph (widow) to A M Fires, D; int in Ca of R P 389, is.ame hnmeiki, Kula, Mau.; $70. B 345, p 127. Mar 4, 1911. we.iii, if., Riicmi Cn to C. Brewer t Co Ltd, D; 24 -100a of kul 420, near Market St, Walluku, Maul; $200. a 345, p 138. Jan 31, 1911. C Brewer & Co Ltd to Manuel Leval, Exch D; 24-100a of kul 420, near Mar ket St, Walluku, Maul. B 345, p 140. Jan 31, 1911. Manuel Leval to C Brewer & Co Ltd, Exch D; 95-100a lanil, Wainee, Maul. 1 B 345, p 140. Jan 31, 1911. K Tsuchiya to J Clotanda, C M; show case, vehicles, horse, harness, etc, Wn imoa, Kauai; $530. B 346, p 235. Feb 1911. Bank of Honolulu Ltd to Philip Tt Dodge, Rel; pors R P 1709, L C A 556, etc, nr Emma St, Honolulu. Oahu; $4,- 500. C L R Doc N 273. Mar b. 1911. Philip II Dodge and wf to William A Kinney, D; 11,836 so. ft land, Virw- yard St, Honolulu, Oahu; $8000. C L R Doc No 274. Mar 6. 1911. C0HALAN NO MORE " LIKED THAN SHEEHAN NEW YORK, March 12. After be ing two months before the Legisla ture as tho candidate of a majority of his party for the vacant United States senatorship, William F. Shee han finally has decided that there is no chance of breaking the ranks of tho Insurgent forces which, under the leadership of Senator Franklin D. Roosevelt, have stood solidly againt him since tho Democratic caucus, ami will withdraw some time this week. The exact manner in which Sheo han will leave the contest lias not been decided upon by his friends, but his exit will be marked by tho re entrance of Daniel F. Cohalan, Tam many Boss Murphy's bosom friend and political adviser, as a candidate. It is not believed that-Cohalan will be any more acceptable to the Insur gent group than Sheehan is. BAND CONCERT. The Hawaiian band will give a pub lic concert ut half-past seven o'clock tills evening at the Moana Hotel, Wai kikl. During tho evening they will render the following program: Overture Jolly Robbers fcSuppe Intermezzo FromHouse to House.. Faust Kuntasla Spring Song Mendelssohn Selection Taiinhuuser Wngner Vocal i lawu I Ian Songs . . Ar. by Ilergor Selection II Bravo Marliani Waltz The Syrens Waldteufel Polka A flood Kiss Coote Tho Star Spangled Banner. 8AMOSET COTTON MILL8 SOLD. PROVIDENCE. R. I. ThP sale of the Samoset cotton mills, in Central Fnlls and' Valley Falls, to Interests with, which Frank A. Snyles of Pnwtuek. ( Is connect. -ii, Is announced here. For the past nineteen years tho mills have been controlled by Fall Ulver interests. Tho Democratic KUto convention of Mlchlt'un uduplcd u reciprocity plunk.