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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1911.
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Masonic Temple
WeeKly Calendar
MONDAY:
Ok.iiiIi-SI.iIhI.
TUESDAY:
Hawaii in -Si mini Hi urn.
WCDNLSDAYt
lliiiinliilii I lilnl III uric.
THURSDAY:
FniDAY:
SATURDAY:
AM tltltlng members of tfl
urdir arc cordially InvMted to
attend ire'tlngs of local lodge
Meet on ihe
2nd and 4th
Kondayi o(
each month
t K. V. Hall
7:30 P. M.
. ffAlllrlt: tNblNttrwy othei Aito
BENEFICIAL AcV-IATIOH. nationi cor
tilly invited.
iiNinf puiMiifnnt jauu.b vl
HAWAIIAN TRIDC NO. 1, I. O. Hi M.
SImIm ivciv llr t mill thlid Ttf.MIl
if i uh mouth in I i it rnlt II ill I O
t) V building MsitiiiK broiler mr
ill.il!) liiiltnl ( HI. ml
I ItnlllNhi'N'. Sicluin
i ni'i r it.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No 616, II. P.JQ.
fJkt, meets in their ball, on King
Itrpet, neir Tort, every rrldHJr-ejti;
alng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
nvlted to atton ! .
n i it isrvnnua,an
ui:o t Ki.mu.i:!-., aecu.
vx
MrKINLEY LODGE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
,' Mrtu ei.rjr 2nd nnd thJUtujA?
ivenli'ig it 7 30 o'c.ock' In 1C. of P.
Hall. cor. Tort mid llerelnnla. Visit
ing brothers cijrdlilly Invited to at
tend.
F. r KILHUY, C. C.
i: A JACOIISON, K n. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. cf P.
Meets iviry tlrwt iiml tlilnl IYIdiy ut
7 SO delink, I'jllilan Unit, corner Hire
taut i mill I'ort Kin Km Visiting broth
irs iiinllilly linllid In iitteml
.S DKCKUU, C. C.
O Ui:iM K of II & 8
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. O E.
Meets on mi iiml mill fourth Widws
I i lining of mill mniitli ut 730
o'clock, In Sin Anliinlo Unit, Vlnojiird
MnK, no ir niiinii VIsltliiK bruUiiri
sru Invlliil to ntt ml
111 ) A DAVIS, V. V,
M V M'COY. Secy.
MILTON & PARSOfc
im sIiowIiib a lomplile lino of
SUMMER AND TALL MILLINERY
Aim the tati t now lilts 111 l'lathcra,
riomr-i ami 11 uul .TrliuniliiK
Hotel Street Opposito Young Hotel
Phone 3083
VISIT THE'
Mary-Ann
Bonnet Shop
TV 1 '.Z
NEWTRIMMED HATS
HUAl'lll't I.
hi I l.i 'I ION NOW
UII'IVY.
ON
MISS POWER'S
Dotton Building Foct Street
?M-?
i J i . -
ON Hitiirdii MRS. F. S. ZEAVE, lit
In r roouiH in the otinK biiildlui;,
will oii n up law dl'ios in Shirt
waists, Coats uul' Novelties milMil
ix b S lairlliu
I s .
rr s.
,Tv --j
Manila and Madeira Embroidored
Shirtwaists
Collars, Cuffs and Jtimdkcrchiofs
Daby Pillow' Slips
MISS WOODARD'S,
FORT STREET
K. UYEDA
1037 Nuuanu Streot
HOLIDAY SALE
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
Weekly Uulletln II per jtur,
vkr5
y-A. i tattluj v 6 u ,-Jui.l ilAisstirftfiiln littUtS' ih
REPAY LICENSE
(Continued from page 1)
iiient 1 1 ambiguous mid doubtful, Is tlio
ill i IsIiiii ot tho Supreme Court us limit-
III dull II tills lllullllllg
I In i.isi was that In whlih tliorga
Smithies, lilting us nslgnic of minio
nt tlm ilaliiianli, liroUKllt milt iigiiliil
Hi. ttniKiiur when ho refucd to pi)
ir tlio iiiiHiuiit of. tin ilnlms. 'Jluro
wire two points on wiilin mo inner
husul Ills rifilsnl first Hint there was
imt enough inline) appropriated h) tho
I lAlxtttun to pa the iliihns and that
tin. net Old not state wlulhcr tney
win to be paid In the order 111 whlih
Ihcv came or pro nlni Kccoml, tint
iillhoiiRh the till" of the bill Hinted
whit the miinn was for, tho body of
tin bill did not
1 mlir Ail III the lint LcgMuliiro
npproprlttul l.iioon for the repiment
of inoiHt urmikfiill) iiilleited n mer
duints IIi.iiik which iimountid In nil
In J" Oim TivinH-sivcti thousand
doll ii of this rcprcKcntoi! pu inctitH
tint li .1 In en nude lifter Juno It Of
111- i hi lint (1 11 Smithies whs ns-
tun I t '!". tin bilaiuo owing to
i il pinple The treasurer refunl
in i i tin el ihns whin tin) were undo
ii I -t itid as his (.rounds for doing so
Hi t iilthotmh the title of the bill cx-
in. -wil tin purpose for whlih It 8
.ir.1 the boilj of the bill did not
stpte t" "or did ll nppinr from Iheru
uh (o windier nil should be paid or
uh it hould bo done
'I lie Supremo Court give H deci
sion TiS follows
I'viry reioniblo view which may
lie taken of the Inngn igo used In ll
Mutate should bo risorted to In order
to save the nit frolii-lUMilldlty, mid It
It Is iiipible of u restricted constriie
tlmi which iould nold lonlllct with
tlio fuiulniiKiitnl lav, that cuimtrintluii
"Tli'tiGl lTiiiiloiited
"irNclthcr tho title of n stntittc nor
Its prramlile m ly lie used to tontrol
uoiltlvi. pruvialons In tho hod of tho
iictr-Tii.it. may he resorted to where tho
"Kjjilfnnei t the etinitment Is nmblBU-
ous mid the Intuit doubtful.
Tin si colli! point raised h the treas
urer wn that the nniounts cl.ilmeil
w.rivliij'je.iM,orjlio aiiiiiuiit npiiroiirl
rtinl niMl-thV'lnw .lid not say whether
he was to pay pro rata or In tho ordir
In whkh tin wire ilahneil Tlio Su-
pnine Court 111 Its diilslon on this
point Ins down ns follows:
t'ndir Ait 111 of tlio Session I.nwH
or rill, iluluiB should bo pild In tho
order of thilr pn sentatlon till the fund
,1s i.h lusted, the npproprlatlon billiK
lnsiiitlilent to pis nil the ilnlms pre-
si nted "
A A Wild' r mid A I, C Atkinson
(Thompson. Wilder, Wiitson A. Miner
tn'iil , I, f Atkinson on tho brief)
for plnlntirr; i: W Sutton, deputy nt-
toniej-m-itirnl (Alexander I.lndsiy Jr
iittortiiceiiral. with him on tho
brief) for defendant.
PERSONALITIES
IIII.I.Y lti:i:i) of Clinnslor fi Lyons,
San rrunclsco, Is lsltlnK In Honolulu
on n IiuhIiioss trip
. KX-CIOVi:il.NOK TOUT, who rcccnt
; resiled ll.iniill, pndlLtH that Ila
wnTl will lie tiio not now Stnto
GOVr.ltNOIl rilKAIt Is mini; nt one
or tho pilinto hotels of tho city wlillo
Ills family Is nwny on the mainland
. Hunh Howell, former iniint) ciikI
iiecr or M ml now rcslKiiod to ko lulu
Itilv.ilo liiislniss, Im In Honolulu for
n row d.tn.
niii:p or i)i:tjcctivi:s Mcinir-
lili: went down to I'eiirl City Ibis
moniliiK on citllcl.il bitslncus Ho will
lftiirn IIiIh afternoon.
O I, SCIIOENlNfi. ilia ponuhr iiu
lomolillo niln.-whp h.ts established n
biisliiesH for lilnisclt nt Wnllnkti, Ih
In tho city, -lie will rcliirn to Mntti
lililo eicnln on tlio Claudine.
II .1 KIMIC, njniiliiliind nowHi.ipcr
iii-iii .mil w'rltor; Is ntinibeicd iinioni;
tho iiaibinscrs who nrrlied In tho
M.iison Niiilsntloii stentiicr Honolu
lu! tlo ptoposcH iimklnK 'in extended
htay In the Islands,
Mil -Nl) SIRS. FRHI) WAI.DRON,
af iitii ihue nmniiKcr of tho Voliimo
lliusori1iitiirneil from a plinsnnt ilt
tit tlioMnitlnliinil They nrrUid In tlio
Af.ilsou is.ulgutloli Ktcautcr Honolu
lu'u IIiIh "iminiliic
MISJJ.IARIi: JJHUIIOUN, nnd lior
Lrotlior-j:dwnrd Ehrborn, who luivo
bci'iilsKlnit their Bister, Mr8 Arthur
laines", aiiil otbor rolutivcs In San
I'r.iuilscb, nro coming back to their
homo here They were InrBely enter
tain d ml' tho coast.
J.llt4ANI MILS, W O. 0(jq, of Ko
mi nro'lii tlio illv forii brief visit, liav
Itif; airhcil In tlio Mnunu Lou, and
piopuFiq letiirnliiR to tho hit; Island in
tlm Humo, i'.hscI, which wills for wlnd
waid Hawaii ports on l'rlday.
IIAYAUl) HYI)i:-S.MlTII, of Ban
I'raiitlsio, who has been ilalllnR Mn
ruropo, Is coniini; to Honolulu shortly
to Join bin mother, Mrs Hydc-Smlth,
anil they expect lo Hpnnd n largo part
of tho wlutLr lsltlni; tho Dllllnghami
WILLIAM JOHNSON, ono of tho
lulnclpil ownorn In tho distressed
Amrilcun sihoonor Sailor Hoy, now
laying nt anchor In Honolulu hut hoi
waH im nrrlvnl nt tho port this morn
ing as ii passenger in tho Mtitsnti
steamer Honolulan .Mr Johnson
conies here In response to urgent
cables fimu Cuptnlu Hnatt, who bus
jiassed the mutter of settling tho
ilnlms ugalnst the schooner to t ho
owners
Furniture and
City Transfer Co. -
JA8. H. LOVE
TORRtNTIAL RAINS
KAUAI !
Shipping
i t; ,'
Intcr-lsland Steamer Hall Brings Last of Garden Island Sug
ars Honolulan From the Coast With Fair List of Pas
sengers Claudine Returned From Maui and Hawaii
Ports Rough Weather at Many Island Ports.
Sccnty or mote feet of ditch nnd
flume used to comey wntcr to Kcnlln
plantation on wlndwnrd Kiiual wns
damaged nnd cnrrled nwny dmlng tlio
height of n storm which continuid
for a period of soernl ilas.
Torrential ruins tiro reported to
bno fnllcn nlong tho wlndwnrd por
tion of the Onrilen Island, according
to Information rcccltcd through tho
oflliors In the Intor-lsl.uul steiiinoi
W. 0. Hall, wlilih rctutneil froni
Kauai portR thin morning.
Considerable damage Is said fo hao
been ilnno to many lirlgatloit dltilics
and lliiincs, but cspcil illy so nt Kcn
lln. Lllnie sugar mill will complete tho
Reason's grinding with the close of the
weik according to nihlccs rccilwd
hero today.
The Hall mot with n lot of rough
v outlier on the biituewiinl trip In
addition to n small list of cabin nnd
deck pissengeis, I ho mssiI lit ought
lllft sinks sugar, u quunlit-, of emp
ties, "JO sinks coco Hints nnd .1' p ick
ngis sundries The osscl will be
held ocr hero pending the arrival
of tho Oceanic steamship Sierra from
tlio const with malls and opnsn mat
ter.
ra ----
Mnlinii limit It ell l.mlin tilth frelghl
Reporting u fair trip down ftntn Kan
rrunclsco, (ho olllcers In tho Matson
Nailgallon steam or Uonnliilnn stiitul
this morning that tho Lurllno was the
only cssel sighted during the Miyngc.
Tho Lutllno was passed ut midnight
and while within sight of tho Hawaii
an Inlands. The Honoliilnn uunn
alongside llnckfcld wliarf before S
o'clock this morning nnd work luimid
Intel inmmenied In the itlsiluirgi' of
nboiit two thousand tons enrgo for I his
port. It Is tho Intention to illspitth
the ousel for Kilo nnd Kiihulill nt
noon tomorrow Por Hawaii the ".ea
sel carries 3100 tons freight with n
small shipment to bo left ut Kaliiiliil
On deck thero arrived sixteen head
horses mid mules Twenty-nine pas
Kengers left tho stcuner nt (his port.
'Ihe loial poslol nlllil.ils recelM'd SD
sinks of latt i mainland m.ill Purser
1' II IjCip, ii now nlllter In tho ship,
iirianged n niimbir of pleasing enter
tainments for tho p.isscngors Lotey
Is also n (.lever wlrekss operator mid
be curried on communication fm u
dlstuiiio of ov el eleven hundred miles
on this trip Tho olllcers In tho Hono
lulan report Hint Charles Stut7, a well
known chief steward In tho Miitsnu
fccrvlcc, Is to join the ranks of tho
benedicts with the close of tho venr.
Stut It Ir Bald will lake lo himself
ii dashing Sun .loso society girl Tlio
popuhu steamship man Is In lino for
u number of hiiudsomu girts from his
bout of friends In the M.itsou servke.
Mi
Three Vessels at Hilo.
Thero were (lino diep so.i i, ossein
discharging m loading i.iign ut Illlo
during tho st-i) ot tlio Inter-Inland
steamer Claudlno nt that pott. The
schooners S. C. Holmes nnd Prosper
who dlsch irglng lumber ut rnllwn
tthnrf whllo Iho American-Hawaiian
ficlghter Alnsknn wns Inking on the
Inst of u largo shipment of sugar deb'
lined for Sallna Cruz Tlio Claudine.
mot wi(b heavy swells from tho north
accompanied by much rain uh tho
vessel steamed nlong tho Maul coasts.
Purser Klhllng reports flno w outlier
from Lahnlnn to Honolulu Tho ves
i!cl rctuincd this morning with n fnlr
Hat of passengers nnd n list of freight
including dogs, hoises, 3 nutns, 4 btr
TAI LOY COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS OF CHINESE JADE JEWELRY GOLD AND
SILVERSMITHS
CORNHIl NUHANU AND HOTLL
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
feil ashtln ..,WHh)b
Piano Movers
- Phone 1281
rcls tnllow, 12 barrels wine, 2J Inles
wool, 73 sacks corn. It crates chic
kens, 07 hogs, 3S07 feet lumber nnd
128 packages sundries.
BISHOPSTREET
Without liiilliiitlon of it compioml'-o,
Ihe Mailings of the Itlshop strict iiuii-
mission are soon lo be turned ocr to
(low i nor ltcir with the dllTorcnio In
opinion bitwiiii the lommlsslou nnd
Milllvun ,vl llui Uo still unsettled.
The iiimmlssloii lulil a mecllug this
moniliiK to iniiki n ri Islon of tho offir
of the 1 Irsl National Hank, the rc-
lii d offi r bi lug $J0ii(i Some other re
hdou Is lo hu mule, mid tlun theioni-
inlsslnn will riport to the tlovirnor on
Its efforts to si ttlo with the propirtv'1
owners nffectid bj tlio cNtinxtoti of the
itreet
hiilllvan ,1 "uiMey still liold out for
$100,000, nnd the lotumlsslon iKillnes
to approve-flili iiuioiitit At the same
time, the iniumlsslon doM not vlsh to
leiommiiid ugalnst It mid tlm. pirlnps
IiIikU n iniiih-nieilid liiiprn count, nnd
the nuitttr ina. be ih tided In tho end
h) (iovirnor i're.ir hlmsilf,
FOSMSJOB"
(Continued from Page 1)
ed on Iho street nnd told tint liite
hud resigned. Ho sild ho hadn't
heard of It, but that (hero wen- plen
t uiiiro willing to tnko Iho Job, men
tioning Nhliolsoii nnd "Hill'' Uirscn,
fotrniau fm Iliislneo-I'ccl. Co lVom
this tlio tepiirl spread until It Is said
tint Nicholson understood (ho opisir
tiiult was miiih more dillnlte than
It was
Tho iiimmlssionors this inoinliigul
mi talked over tho chnigcs mndo bv
the Masters' nnd Pilots Association
and published In tho II 11 1 lot In yes
tcrdiy, liut vvllhout uckiiowledglugln
tho least that tho nssnclntlon bad been
(rented uufnlrly. Seciotnry Ilcriult
Mid this morning Hint tho rouuuls
slon h is Ik ea piactlcall) liisulttd 1
the teiicseut:itlvei of tho nsboila
tlon RESULTS OF TENDERS
FOR CAST IRON PIPES
The working out of tho tindirH for
the nisi Iron plpis nod fittings for tho
null r mains wire llnlslud this morn
ing lliiiinliilii Ii on Works gets tlio cast
iron pipe, nil sires, nnd the fittings, all
sclns It Is also to supply lead, hemp,
metir boxes mid inrb eoilis
t'littnn, Nelll ,t Co nro to suppl) the
ls-lndi valves nnd lorporutlon links
lliiil.ritd ,M Co supply tho bjilranls,
nnd the Honolulu Iron I'cnco mid Mon
ument Co the 12, 8 Mini G-lnilt gales
ninnk books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by the Uulletln
Publlshlnc Corareny
1'IIONi: 35C.'
RRU SYSTEM
tL. ..&.
TIDES 'SUN AND MOON
ts" e a r s ; i ,' s
Pf yt t VI i " I g I
, x x .! L Ll g
Hi 1 1 a m p m. p in n m I
l oX, 15 Mil II 151" SM 5 It sit
50 8 IS 0 i II V IM 5M Ml s 10
M tor. m M.nwi ar. 6M r. ovi
SS SKI If. bl, Mi IOIA
.o no., i', oi; sw mc 1 1 as
. Ill It 16 III" IH. TV MW 5.. II rf
I t p m n in I
l ll is i (. j-'iii ! A'.; r it
rirsl ipiarter of the moon Sept. 30.
Tlmu not staled In tables.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Sjuilnl Calile (o Mcriluiiih'
Kxcliaiiire.)
Wednesday, Sept 27.
SI:ATTI.15 Airlxcil, Sept. 27:
Virginian, from Sin lYunclsco I
SAN ritANClSCO-Sillcd Si pt 27
12.10 p. in: S. S. Wllhilmlin, foi
Honolulu.
SAN ritANCISCO H1II61I Sept 27
I .10 p. 111 : S. 8 Shinju Mnru, fur
Honolulu.
Wllir.MSSS Mnnchiirln will nrrUo
nholit I p. m Thursdnj ftinn Ynko-
b una nnd sail for Sun rranclsrii
nboiit noon frlihy, 1210 tons
freight.
TO REPORT ON
THE FRUIT FLY
The spcilnl comnilltec on the fiult
lly who wero npiKilnled sonic time
ego have picpmcd 11 icporl nccoul-
Ing to what (lovcrnor I'uar has
henrd, and should present It cry
Kion now.
Hcullng of Ihe matter this uunn-
lug the (iovcrnor emphasized the
Kirnt need thttc was foi cinllc.itliig
It from Hawaii and iilsn tho gioit
dinger that thcio was If It unco
re.Khid California nnd the mainland.
Ho Is expecting Just nt tho present
time the fanner from Oregon who has
hceen cnrrispondliig wllh hint for the
Inst few months In connection will
tho homcstutdliig pinhlcms heic nnd
Iho chance for tliu oiilsldeis.
WHITEH0USE LOW BIDDER
ON WHARF BUILDING
Tiniliis fur ohla blocks for tlm
hiris wero opened this ufUruoon at
the imctlng of Ihe luirbor eomiiilssloii
1 rs hi Id In the hi iiuto cluinilx r, T he
wire referred to tho iiinimllteo ot tho
whole
I- M Wbltilioiise was lowest, ltti
01 mid 1J7 working divs. He was
followed b tlio Honolulu Driving ."v
toiKtrurtioii Co, with in.ir,7 nnd 110
working dujs The last was Cicorgo H
Marshall, witli SU.119 ami S5 working
dajs
POSTMASTER SAYS MUST
FULFILL REGULATIONS
Hircrrlng to the dlscm-slmi over
tho extc union of the fieo delivery s)
lim, Postmaster Pratt snld todn :
"It Is 11 mistake to cliuigo this 01
Iho Inspector's oflleo with Indies In
tho multei of not extending fieo iltj
uellverj servlru In the rstulillshcd or
lo oulsldo dlslrlcts the residents of
whli h fail in neglut (o nnet tlio re
qiilicincn(H of postal lcgiilatiotiH In
resiect In studs, sidewalks, stteot
names, stnet lights house, number
ing mid irlCthli of boxes."
J1 '
sssv
.. ?. . E i v
BROWN & ROBINSON
Will Make Their Appearance
at the
EMPIRE
TOMORROW (Thursday) EVENING
Those who fail to hear them in their
" Rollicking Cavaliers Act "
will miss a rare treat. It will probably be a long time
before two such singers will be heard again in Honolulu.
Preparations are Jbeing made to give an unusually
good show
L
"'--
MATTERS UP FOR
LAND BOARD
Several leio nintters tiro lo conic
Icforo tho luiil bond nt their meet
ing this .ifliriuioti, Iho tOHiitt from
Iho silh-ugcutH having been recelvid
by Lund Commissioner Charles tf.
.Iiidd. Iho meeting will start nt two
o'clock (
Tho miller of the leato niillc( roV
hj tho llnwnll.iii Agrlcultut.il coin
pm nt Mo.tiila nnd nls" for nnothct
lease nt Palmn wero hrougbt, up at
a'ptevlous meeting but wcid referred
back to tho ngcnti. Thomas C. Whlto
now reports that the prlco of tho
lease nt Moaul.i for which tho com
pin) ofTcr $000 Rhoiild he rnlsod to
$1 113 SO. The price on tho l'nllmil
, lease should leninln tho same
I Mi. .Iiidd Htulcd thai ho hail been
S s'ct Iho ground during his last trln
nnd that tho first named lease Is .1
cry giKiil 0110 but Hint Iho siiond
ono 1b aw a) up on tho cloud lino and
do far tho compin hnvo mil) been
nhlo lo grow 0110 sort of cane there.
The Hutchinson plantation nro of
filing 7." for n lease of sumo land
nt Manuka. The) want ll for lUteen
jenrs Agent White again lcpoits
that this should be made $100 and
Iho Icrm only ten )e.irs. Ho nisi
suggests that a clause should bo put
In the lenso In regard to the protic
km or tho forest that Is hcip.
Tho land Is gr.17.l1lg mil) 1J1111I ijs
under lease to tho plant illott'nt Iho
present tlnio. '
Tho Kullin land applied fr.. ,"
Itackfild nnd Conlfi'tnY Hvlll Also
como ui this afternoon. Ch.ilrma'i
Allied Caiter was fo have iii.ulo n
rcisirt on this. Tlio cotnpiii) want
to erect a new Bloro, tint want to
jniko certain of tho lind hofnic fin!)
statt In. Tho present building Is lu
.1 vcr) hid Btnte.
Commissioner Kinney Is nlso to
In Inp; In n report on his tilp to lllli
and Lihilnn an nciiiimt of which was
piihllshed lu tho II 11 1 let In
Two unimportant lnud oxchangis
nro to como up. One Is lu connec
tion with the extension of Kitnklul
stieet nnd tho oilier 1111 exchange he
tween tho Territorj mid Atherton est
tnlo at College Hills
Tho pilcnts for the Alowii Helghti
mo also being put through Iho land
oflleo nt tho present time the fnui
vcais icslduicc conditions having ex-
jilred.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered; tor 'Record September; 2fcJ,J Ifjj
Westirn,A..llikwn Ilivstmt Co "Jul ., ,
to Cntherliio I.lo)d llel
Maria A Ilapllstii mid lisli to Um-
hellni (oinacho IJ
V II lliirlioltlc nlni vf to f I' Pi-
teixon l'A
13 I, Hihwnrs'bcrg and vf to Yong
In
William II Ifniluiltlo nnd wf by
ntt) to Yong tn I)
Chun Will l'nt to llll 1111 II Cas
tle, tr M
Mrs fllliiliilh K llnntli to 1'ong
Yin Hop Co L
Entered for Record September 27, 1911.
M Matsuoka et ill to S Mosul . ...CM
l.iielann lirsen nnd lisli to too Ito-
bdli O
Navvelii and wf to l.iielann Iirsin I)
Mlamoto Jlngoro to Illlo empo
rium Ltd CM
Onhii College b) Its to fldn of Al-
exmuler M More Ril
Puknlanl Dnlrv X Pineapple Co l.t
to Central Mill Co Ltd I)
Mil tin Wolf nod hsh In M W
Tschudl I)
M W Tschudl and wf lo 11 ink of
Honolulu Ltd M
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at the SAVOY Saturday evening.
it v
DYSPEPSIA
Is Ihe ciirsq of model n Uv Miration
lllght out of col) ten persons Iiiiyo1
il)spepslii In one form or another
Tho only iihsolutc Hire for dyspep
sia and Indigestion Is
Duffy's Purt Malt Whltkty
I)) Hpcpsla
s) inptoins nro u
seiiso of burning
mid dull weight
In tho Btouiaih
nfter 0 n 1 1 11 g,
sometimes 11 ii
coin pan led Ii v
heartburn, con
stipation or dlarihoen, languor, de
pression, Irrltiihlllt), tin i 1 iicui,i
aclicB.5 All) these s)inptoms show
that jonh dlgcitlvo orgins nro oti(
,of order rflul you should tnko Puf
fy b rum' mah winsKcy. 11 win
euro dyspepsia. It Is tho greatott
strength builder nnd tonic Htlmu-
land known to medicine It nttniks
tho beat of the disease, drives out
tho germs and rebuilds the wcilo
ened tissues In n healthy, luitmnl
manner. ,,
Write for frco medlcnl booklet
containing inrii iniuiiion sense
rulis for health mid testiinnnl lis,
and doitor's advice. Sold over)-
w hoi e
'J ho Duff) Malt Ithliki Co.,
Hnrhi-itiT. . Y, If. S. t.
ARRIVED
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A
Wednesday, Sept. 27.
San 1'i.inclsco llonolul 111, M, N. S
8, fl;30 a. m,.
Hiiwnll Iihj;Maiil polls CI indllio,
Hliiir., m. '
Knutil iiorts V. (1. Halt, stmr.,
111.
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1 DEPARTED "J
i-V
Tuwdiy, Sept. 26. ,
8,m Prnnrlscu Lurllno, M. N S.
S, ! p 111. 1 J;
Kliii.il pints Klnau, stun. .1 p 111
Maul, Molok.il and L111.1l isutu
Mllwihnl.i, s(tnr., p p. m. '
I MAILk. T
i
Malta aro duo rrom th follovflm
points ns follows:
Bin rrunclsco Kleri. 1, Sept 2'l
Yokohama Mam Inn In, Kept. 20.
Victoria Makura Oct. It.
Colonies Zcnlandla, Oct. 10.
Malls will depart for tho following
points as follows:
Yiikohnnn Shliijo M.iru, Oi( .1
Vancouver Zenhindla, Oct. 10
Hin 1'r.inilsco Maniliiirla Sept 20.
8dnej Makuin. Oct. 14.
I - " 1 i
K P. ltlplcy. president of tho
Atchison, Topiku . K.inlu I'o r.lll
10, id, said tin' unless business coil
illloh lilnJ-ltliVyl,,i)c;.j'?l'Hlii
If)' jrcilii'1,9' t,bp. CUltjiW"i.mpii)yi.s.or the
conipaiiv, . .
miimm "
; -j j-
LOST. '
IiIiihm unto huh nip Uilurii to 111
llentmili ltevvard. M:-',t
BY AUTHORITY.
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SEALED TENDERS.
bl'AI.I.I) TIIN'OIIUS will be recelv
id by the Hoard of Hnhoi ('011111111
siouirs until J p. in of 1 ilnisd iv,
(Htiil.ir is, l'Ul, fm louslriiitlng 11
si:v wall. qui'I'x htri:i:t, ho-
NOMJI.lt
I'lnii", spei lllcatioiis and blank foriiis
of proposil nro on tile In the Olllie ot
the Supirlnliiident of Piihlle Workb,
I'apllol Building. Honolulu
The lloiid of Hiultor Comnilssloiu ri
leserves Ihe lihht to nject unv or .ill
lindirs
MARSTON CAMPIir.LL.
(Ti linn 111. Itotid of Ifarboi Couimis
slouirs SOU-lOt
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