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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1911.
Semi -Annual Clearance
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NO HITCH ON
CASES ARE NOW
,si:r Kim ikial
' The following cases, have been Ret
for hearing before Judgu William I..
Whitney In the Circuit Court for the
month of September.
September 1 Ij, 7457. Henry Gum
plier Vs. P. U. W. Vhlten'i trial; Raw
IIiih attd Peters, Peterson. I.., 723G. J.
11. Raymond1 'vs. Jim Ah Hoy; trial;
Douthltl' & Coke. fciithcart &, Mllver
ton. U 71Cft.' Knlamall Loomen vs.
. Sol. Mnhelona et nl.! trial; Peter; An
drews. I "176. C. Brown vs., Hoo
knna (w); trial; Ashford, Andrews.
J" September B I,. 7118. K. Kekoa et
ril. vs.,M. P. Roblnnon et al.; trial;
Achl and Harrison, Peters. I. 7127.
ft. lonn et al. vs. M. II. Robinson et nl.;
trial; Achl nnd Harrison, Peters. 'I,.
7133. C. II. Drown vs. Antbne Ferrinn
iie et al.; trial; Ashford, Peters.- I
7229. C. Drown vs. Emma Drcler
Clark; trial; Wilder, peter. f
' September 6 U 7207. lokua Wnl
walole, elc.,1 vs. Wnlrnnnald"8ugnr Co.;
vtrlal! ''Andrews; Thompson,' Wilder,
Watson & Lymer. L. 7221. Chin Sal
Sung vs. Lau Chung; trial; Andrews,
Douthltt & Coke.'
' September 71,. 7222. Chock Sing
' vk R". W, Breckons; trial; Andrews,
September 11 I 7297. Klmlrn John
son vs. Chop Leong; trial; Andrews,
Andrndc. I .7304. Mew "Veu vs. Chun
Bo; trial; Andrews, Kinney et nl. '
S September 12 L. 7299. Mlnnld do
ftiello Horlioza vs. Eiiwnrd cluhey;
trial; Peters, Rawlins. Also, VWo'rge',
Frank, Joseph nnd John de,'M. Dnr
bpzn vs. snmc; same nttorncyR. I
7307. Ch6y'l,cong vs.'nimlra M:' John
son; trial; Andrnde,' Andrews.'
'September 13 b. 7313. Sam I.lftee
v. Alexander Tripp; trial; Alu,
'September 181 7316. Antonio Ma-
nolia vs. O. R. & I... Co.; trial; Harri
son, Kinney et al.
' September 19 I.. 7320. Manuel "do
Sllvn vs. Antono de Costa; trial, An
drade, Davis. I.. 7327. Ooo Vco VR.
llarry Rosenberg; trial; Llghtfoot, (7).
l 7330. W. II. Marcelnlhe vs'.' John
Buckley; trial; IJghtfoot, (7).
'September 211, 7329. Esther K.
tiorges vs. Jelin K. Aplo; trial; Pcter
ron, Peters. 1 7331. Theresa Belle
veau Vs. Lellehun Keohokalolc; Peter
ton. (7). ,
( "jBepteinber 2B L. 7332. H.. Waler
hniise Trust Co. va. J. D. Paris; trial;
' .Castle and W. Smith, Warren & lle'm-
' enwny. L. 7336. Mary J. Bannister
,vs; Mary W. Lucas; trial; I.lghtfoot,
Thompson et nl. , r
September 2&-U. 7337. . Thos. Wat
son vs. Mrs. Attnln Watson; trial; (7),
, While the government is looking
Into the water rights that may be
affected by the construction of the
big Koolau tunnel1 to serve tho Oahti
Sugar Company, It was stated at the
land office tod.ay that there is '"ho
hitch whatever arising and that What
la really belnc done Is maklnir nn
Investigation of tho rights asked fur
tcross government land.
Tha blue print of tho rdan sho'wr.
where the line 'of plpeior tlltch will
enter tho Wnlonti first district, which
Is government ground. It passes.
passes straight along, tho side of the
Pall until It meets I lie Watahole main
stream where this bursts out of tho
mountain. Some hundreds of feet be
yond this Is .where under the pros'
ent plan the tunnels is to be start'
Tho only matters that havo to bo
looked Into very carefully Is whether
or not there aro nny water rights ex'
luting' over the' ground needed, for' tho
ditch, Just at the point where the
tunnel will tnko Its main supply from
the stream, and whether or not they
have the right to take tho water ut
all will all bo Investigated.
-Thcre lsp no doubt raised' ns yet,
however, ns to any probaMo hitch In
ha scheme. As a matter of fact the
land department will work right
ahead, on It. The necessary Informa
tion -cannot be gathered for ' sontn
considerable' tlmo and tho matter Will
bo-'undcclded until then. -I,
Link McCandlett' Claim.
According to Governor Prenr's ver
sion of the 'esse it rests with Link
McCnndless' claim for title. Tho
Governor said today: "It Is a matter
which wo will have to mako a very
.careful Investigation of, I nindor-t
stand' that Mr. McCandless claims :i
title to the water rights but on what
grounds I do not know,
"The matter has been beforo Hho
government for a long tlmo past but
owing to more pressing matters crop
ping up from time to time it has nev
cr been gone thoroughly into. Mr
W. E. Howell, when ho was suporln
tendent of public works, made a ro
art of the iltuation In connection
with a RChemo for running nn clec
trie power lilant out there. During
Mr. Carter's time as governor an In
junction suit was started against Mr
AlCLunu(eifH ,UUL il Wim jicvur uuiam-u
nnd'Mthlhk. Is pending still.
"Prior, appropriation docs not np
ply here' although ' It' holds good
throughout the Western stales Tonthe
mainland. Neither can the adverse uho
,(jfj water be brought ngalnsttje.gpv-.
"ernnient; That Is to say no one can
'simply jump In and take as much
water r8 they wnnt without connult
Iii'k the government about It. At the
same time, a, careful 'examination Into
tho clrcumstnncen nust be made be
fore anything can bo decided 'one way
oY the other."
LIST OF MONEY-SAVERS for the First-of-the-Montli Shoppers. Sales particularly for housewives who .are busily
equipping their families and, their ..homes for Fall. Frices at half and less. We are giving values that excel anything
ever attempted. Nothing; reserved. S5Do',no1 overlook this phenomenal Sale, for here vour dollar does the work of two.
1 ."r, each; Halo Price.. .10
I.QO each; Sale Price..
l.fiO'each; Sale Price,,
2.00 each; Hale Price..
2.00 each; Sale Price..
3.00 each; Sale Price..
4.00 cncli; Sale Price..
4.C0 each; Sale Price..
6.00 each; Sale Price..
' .1" Heg.
M .. Heg.
1.'j.". I .. Heg.
YOU CAN SAVE HALF OR MORE
, ,r,0 each; Sale Price.. .Ill
., i7r eneli; Sale Price,. ..VI
.' 'l.oo'eaeh; Sale Price.. ..VI-IUIO
. I. r,0 each; Sale Price.. .7S.I.00
. 2.00 each; Sale Price.. MHI..S.'i
.J2.."i0 each; Huts Price.. l.'J.I.Uo
. 3.00 each; Sale Price.. I.-Ml-'.'.OO
. S.r.O each; Sale Price.. f.T.V.V,"
. 4.00' each: Sale Price.. 2.0.2..',0
Heg. $ .3;. pair; Salo Price.. $ .20
Heg. .r,n pair; Sale l'rho . ,2.V0;i.'i
Heg. .7r, pair; Salo Price.. .I0.0..VI
Heg. 1.00 pair; Halo Price.. ilMMlS
Reg. l.r.ll pair; Sale Price.. .".VLOll
Heg. 2.00 pair; Sulci Price.. 1.IIU.I.2.1
1.... apii ....I... u..,.. i.t t . I
llK. ..ti'i I'iiu , i?illU 1 1 111.. ,,,- 1
Reg. 3.011 pair; Hale Price. . U0-2.'.
Heg. 1.00 pair: Sale Price. 2.IHV.S
Pequot and Golden Stale Sheeting
42 Inches wide; neg. 20c yard; Salo Price , I.ir jnrd
4C inches wide; Heg. 2Sc yard; Salu Price 20c jnrd
r,4 Inches wide; Heg. 27,V4c yard; Sale l'rlco ...y....: 22!ir. )ard
C3 inches wide; Heg. 32 Vic yard; Sale Price 2."c jural
72 Inches' wide; Heg.'-iric yard; Sale Price 27 He jnrd
81 Inches wide; Itcg. 37c yard; Sale I'rlcn 30c jnrd
90 Inches wide"; Heg. 40c yard; Sale Price .TJ'ic jard
Pequot and Golden State
C3-30 Heg. $ 7r, en.; Salo Pii'. ,"
!3-!K) Heg. ,Sr eil,; Sale Price . .7.1
7i!-!t0 Heg. .90 ea,; Salo' Price. . .SO
81.90 Keg. .90 ea.; Sale Price.. .SO
81-90 Heg, 1.00 wi.; Hale Price.. .90
81-90 Heg. 1.2r. uu.; Sale I'llwi... 1.110
90-19 Heg. 1.2r, en.; Sale Price . 1.00
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Heg. 11.00 each
Heg. 1 CO each; Hale Price
2.00 eneli; Sale Price.
2.2.1 each; Hale Price
each; Hale Price.
Halo Price,.!? ..10
3.00 each; Sale Price.. I..10-2..I0
4.00 each; Hale Price.. 2.0(18.104.22.168
l,r.o i-ach; Sale Price.. 2.2.',-:UMI
Ci.00 nieh; Sale Price . 2.-1ti-:i..10
Il.r,ti each; Hale Price.. :i.2."....1ll
9.00 each; Hale Price.. .r,0.i;.!IO
COTTON, LINEN, TURKISH
$ .90 doz.j
1.00 dnz.; Salo Prlco.
1.C0 doz.; Sale Price.
1.7f doz.; Sale Price.
2.00 doz.; Salo Price:
2.2.1 doz.; Sale Price.
2.70 doz.; Sale Price.
3.00 doz.; Sale Price.. 2.2.1 doz.
3.50 doz.; Sale Price.. 2-10 dot.
4.00 doz.; Sale Price.
7.00. doz.; Sale Price.
8. GO doz.; Sale Price.
10.00 doz.; Sale Price.
. 1.2.1 pair
. I -10 pair
. 1.0.1 pair
. 1.71 pair
. 3.2.1 pair
. 3..10 pair
. 1-10 pair
Heg. $2.00 Quilts;
Heg. 2.r.0 Qulltx;
, . L7rt ,
.Linen Torohon Laces, 1-2 in. to 4 in. wide
Reg. $1,00 doz.; Sale Price 60c doz.
13 00 each;
Sale Price 2..1ll
Sale Price 3.00
Sale Price toll
Sale Price 3.7.1
Sale Prlc .."
Fruit of the 1inni, per yd..
Ijinpdnle Sheering, per yd .
Karwell Cottonjier'yil..'.. . .
Pride of tho Wont, mr yd . .
Crescent Cumhrli', ler yd...
Ilerkley Caiiibrlcper yd....
. jlinndaje'Ounilirl, per yd. . .
i.inwniKi Luiuniic, per yu
. . 10c
. . I do
In. I. Head. 33 III, wide, per yd .I2!6r
' "Tlie land board haa n big slate to
clean up thU nfternoon, atpeclal meet
Ing having been called. It Is thought
that the matter of the Maul homo-
nlehd nrid ' timber-cutting controversy
will not come up, however, unless It
Is brought before the board by one of
Among the unfinished business In the
report of Chairman Carter on tho Ka
llun ' land. This U on the' application
of Hftekfeld Co., which was brought
up' at tho hist meeting and on which
the ch'nlr'mnVwns asked to bring In a
'"there Are h'lso reports to be recelv-
t ed' from Xnnd Agent Williams oh the
Wakkeajcan.p sites and also on the
I proposed' Laupahochoe camp site.
, The new business will Include the'
application of' the Ilutchlnsen Sugar
Plantation Company for a lease of
land at "Mnmikn. Then there Is nn np
' plication from tho Hawaiian Agrlcul-
lural Company In connection with the
' lense.'of'so'nie land at Moaula and Pa-
ilrno. , 1 "
Thero' Is also tho matter of thoex'-'
chango of lands at College Hills by tho
J, B. 'Atherton Estate.
Tlie Wiilmea branch of tho Hul Kn
alunianu Ih applying for the purchase
of 12,C!G s(Unra feet of land at Wnl
ihea, Hawnll. The ground' Is wanted
for building purposes, the society wish
ing to erect v clubhouse.
' Another application Is that of Rob
ert. Hind to lease soma land nt Puua
nahulu, North Knnn, Ilawnll.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
EnUrtfd .for R.cord Augu.t 30, 1911,
From 10:30 s. m. to 4t30. p. m.
Kapekn M" (Jummlns and khsb' tn
Mrt) Rose' K Cox ...
,, Uannali S .Tacob'son nfid hijb' to
t Alice K '.Mncfarlane ,.
Ida 11 CuHtle and hsb to' Elcdso C
JaVnes Rock and wf to Ulshop
Trust Co Ltd
Territory of Hawaii to Trs of Mary
, Casllo Trust '..,. Kxth
' Mary tal Yriung to William K
luu'uc, tr .- , D
Cou"rt of Land RagLtration.
J II' Atherton Est Mil tn Edward
P Irwin et al . , Can I.
Ent.r.d for R.cord Augu.t 31, 1911.
From 830 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Samuel Shlflln' to ITenry C Hanoi.. T)
. Sale Commences
Friday Morning,' Sept 1st.
Opp. Catholic Church
MUNICIPAL PLUM 1 BIDS ON KAUAI
HANGS HIGH! WORK DELAYED
(Centinu.d from Pag 1)
certain that Wilson is getting tho
backing of McCahdleas, and' the only
explanation Is that the two of them
ore planning on rebuilding tho Demo
cratle"taachlne oil the windward 'ldo
of the Island. , . i
After' Wilson went, out of oHlee.
another shake-up was given the De
mocratlc omce-holders when Frank
Pallia, ncpubllcans was named ru'dd
overseer of Koolaupoko district, nnd
j". K. Paele, Democratic warhorso,
was led from the public stable. Pa
eta's plan, tor parcelling out the road
work among good Democrats no long
er worked, nnd the number of Re
publican enthusiasts In the district
grow accordingly. This used to bo ,t
Democratic "stronghold, but McCanrt
lc6 aM reuliied that he 'will hnvo
few Democratic! votes to count on
unless he can make a play as the
friend' of the Koolaupoko wroklng
man, Piactlcally the only public work
that will ho going on In this district
for the next year will be belt-road
wo'rk, hence tho formation of tho alli
ance between McCandless and Wil
son. Should Wilson secure the con
tract, McCandless can back- him wllh
the ready money to get the work
started, nnd between (he two they
can Rplke down n bunch of Deimv
cratlc votes that will came In mighty
handy when Link, again comes forlh
as candldalo for the detegaleshlp.
(Continued from Fo..1l
services. Paty Is understood to havo tho
backing of Territorial Secretary Molt
Smith In the race, and he Is believed
tn be the ouo who will cross the tape.
Charles Muraskey, who for years has
been associated with I.ucus llros. In
the contracting nnd building business,
might bo Induced to accept the billet,
and It Is snld that he stnnds well with ,
certain members of tho Ixturd. Mil
raskey's record In Republican councils
Is llknwlse 'declared bh above reproach
by his supporters.
The Aohi Machine Not Overlooked.
riien there is tho Charlie Achl po
litical machine", which Is said upon
good mithorlly1' to have one or moro
men nt Its beck and cull who .would re
spond' to the mnglc signal ordering
them to appear n tho running for a , mj.
liiii Jim. u is siaien ansi wncn me
new building ordinance was tlrst iiiuW
er consideration by tho supervisors,
"noHs" Achhwas a frequent and Inter
ested spectator.' Ho on more than one
occasion lifted up the voice tif pro
test over the' extension of tho (Ire lim
its. It Is understood that former Su
pervisor Ahla might be found tn tho
nrena wearing the regalia of an Achl
Chairman Kruger of the health and
rnnltatlnn cnminltteo Is not so sure
that thn necessary vote will bo nccureil
tn grant llulldlng nnd Plumbing In
spector. Mlehlsteln nil usslstant.
Should the mooted Increase go
through. It Is Htlpuhited that the sue-
ressful nppllrnnt for the position must
bo n man well qualllled Ip building and
construction work of all kinds. Ho
must bo familiar with all the provi
sions Incorporated In the n,ew and
ratlicr lengthy lailldlng ordinance, and
sen to Its enforcement.
If the new Job Is' created, It Is moro
than likely that such timber will be
selected to 1111 the position.
Diamond cluster 'ring, 'cost 1000. at u
ttacrlllce. Party leaving town: must
have money. J. Carlo, 1117 I'"ort St.
-BULLETIN ADS PAY'
Sterling bicycle. Owner can have same
by calling nt tho Owl Ice Cream Par
lor, Iwllcl, proving property and pay
ing for this nil. D019-Ct
(Continued from Page 1)
Public Works Department nere 'and
the Kauai engineer, J. II. Morugnu, to
prevent a mistake, and that tho bids
were really called MforoMho- plans
nnd specifications could bo completed.
A number of local contractors are
llguring on the Job and it is probablo.
that several will go to Kuual to mako
It has been the custom of tho various
county engineers to send In their pro
posed plans ami specifications to tlio
Department of Public 'Works. This 'Is
done In order that, there shall be no
mistake when the bids hiivo been open
ed, says Campbell. There are n nuin-1
Wr of small details which must be
provided fur under' tho law, and the
county engineers, rather than risk
ng n mistake', xeml.'tlielr plans up
to be O. K.'d here.
The plans for the ilanapepe bridges
were sent up u couple of times and tills
somewhat delayed matters. At the
samo time, the bids were called a. lit
tle early, said Superintendent of Pub
lic Works Marston Campbell today,
nnd tho board will meet tho contrac
tors by extending the time.
There Is another point In connection
with the matter that will delay the
start of tin, 'work on the superstruc
ture, anyway, anil that Is that the con
crete piers nro not yet Mulshed, tho
contractors being still nt work on
NEW YORK'S NEW LIBRARY NOT
CANAL WORK MAY BE
PUT UNDER THE PROBE
WASIIINOTON', Aug. 1C. Tho Pa
nama canal work Is now proposed for
Investigation by Chairman' Wilson of
the houso committee on labor, llo
hhs Introduced a' resolution calling
tor an Investigation of reports that
1 'American workmen ore being dl-
1 crinilnntrii ngulust 1,V rniinl officials
F. ('. Thompson of tho Princeton employing dlschnrged, employes from
Unlyerslty thtolnglcnl school success
fully defended his title of A. A. V.
nll-nround champion nt Chlcngo with
C70'.l points. J, W. Donahue was sec
ond. Two new records were made,
South American railways, and tint
iri agreement between President Taft,
then secretary of war, and iocomo
tlVo engineers, conductors and olh
efs employed in tho canal work, for
Thompson' lining thii half mile walk In overtime and longevity pay, was bo-
3 mill. 3.7 2-!i -sec., nnil.13. Rchoblngrr
doing 11 ft. 10 In. In the pole vn,ult,
Seven others contested for the honors,
Ing violated. The resolution was re
le'rrcd to tho rules committee,
.'President Tnft has accepted nn In-
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Colonel Ooii7.ales has begun, work on
barracks for three hundred men nt Ti
Ni:V YORK, August 10.
York public, library's new
yeiiM In build, and occupies two en- Lennox ami Samuel J, Tlldeu, mak'
tire blocks, from Fortieth to Forty- lag perhaps the most complete library
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vltntloii to attend the banquet of tho,"""" 'v " houses uiiiler line roof tho splendid foipier inlulsler to Franco ant) now 1u;
New York .Stale Hankers' Association .H'l'l thrown open to tho public ro- libraries given to. tho people of New his ninety-fourth year, is president of
In'' New York city on January l. iiently. The structure lias taken ten York by John Jacob Astor, James the Institution. ,
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