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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 27, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 n Jay up
American Man $3.00 a day up
New tied anil brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the canter of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrin? to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all tratns and
Etc amers. Hotel SlewartTccognized
ns Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TrawotS'AUC code.
J.H Love. Honolulu representative.
A Imn 1 ntn '1 located,
mi j walk lo busiiuss
titiil pl.u - uf utui'i mi nt,
hut with tin' tropliul sur
ikiiiiiIIiiki of a suburban
Emma St., abova Vineyard
THIS WEEK. IT'S THE PLACE FOR
A PLEASANT VISIT
Trains to tin door
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Saya the Wise Bather
Walklkl Beach Retort
FURNISHED COTTAGES $1.50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS TSc. $12 Month
PETER GIDB, Proprietor
Now Open Phono 283S
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN, LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and SMALL DOTTLES
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
FOIt SILK AT AM, JUIiS
You'll llud thej're nil good (el
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fori. I). It, Ihirli, Prop.
To arrive about June 1 from Seattle
Work, Hack and Saddle Horses for
52 NORTH KUKUI STREET
518 S. -King it. -
For Sale by
LEWERS & COOKE
177 So. Kino Street
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
.li7 ly llit voniUrful Wti
J'i , that product! tin
k mmt perftct mallrtti k town.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
fc't mattresses; the only thing they
lia u in common is t lie word cotton
J. HOPP & CO.
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea 8treet Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O Box "40 Phone 3092
L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattrest Upholstering and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KIN" ,ST M5AK I1ET1IEL
Dialers In rnrnllurc, Mattresses,
clc etc. All kinds of KOA and MISSION-
FUHMTl'ltE made to order.
has the best Home-Made Bread
German PreUels and Coffee Cke. Be
sure ami ring up xiz-t.
1 1 29 Fotvr Street
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
BEST IN THE MARKET
HENRY MAY & CO.
Phone 1 27 1
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N. B. Laming, Distributor
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
MILK and CREAM
Kaimukl Dairy F. H. Kllby, Prop.
Wo deller fresh Mlllc and Cream
twice dally to all parts of the city.
Phone 373G P. O. Box 220
IIOUIAM, Jon 20 In the Jail lieu-,
awnltlng examination nit to his xnnlty.
la Incarcerated Donald MneLntirlrr, a
nntlxe of Scotland, who claims to know
tlio onct whereabouts o( u cheat ot
diamond!), hidden liy Harney Unrnato,
diamond king of .South Africa, who hid
hls wealth In the hill at the bombard- jclul emoy was asked for tu conduct
ment of lClmbcrlcv, during the lloer Harnnto tu the IiIIIk, lie wns selected
Wnr MncLiuirln sn that he waslho'llu ma lie the trli He suw Unrnato
escort whom Lord Roberts Kent ns nil ' take the bonds fiom tho chest, snw
emoy with Harnnto when ho went to the diamond and left the place liar
recoer government bonds valued at ' unto reached Kluihcrle-, mid on lilt
20.000,000, hidden with the diamond, j
MacLllirln's story was told In police
court today first by Charles Swanson,
who aed MacUiurln'a life In South
id by Mncl.uurln .
on the witness stnnd
I nm a miner ami sailor," said
Swunson "nnd upent a great denl of! for s earn bj olflccrs and flnally es
time In Alaska prior to the A-Y-P ex-jcoped, to the Argentine llepubllc, nnd
position In 1909, when 1 enmo to Kent-jlleil Into the hills being about dead
tie, and lost my effeita In n hotel lire when I rexcued him
nt Kalian, whero I was staying.
I tailed for u trip around the Horn
and uis shipwrecked on the const of
fhlle I made my wuy to liollvla,
where I did some mlnlnB When win-
tor cmue 1 went to work for a mln-
Inu company, b ttlliK n Job na foreman
for a con'tructlon crew One day I
noticed a man crawling along the road
anil rode up to him lie could hardly
hpcnk, hut 1 put him on my homo, and
Kent the nlllmal Into camp When I
arrived tin hour Inter, tho horse wdH
vtaiidlliR In front of my cabin ulul the
limn was liaiigliii,' to hit neck
This mil n wns Mncl-nurln, nnd he
wnt taken III with fever. 1 nursed him
back to life, and n lad named .'-Hon
and myself curried him to the city of
Saved Roberts' Son.
' During his delirium he spoke of the
Doer W'nr, and wus aluiijx tlglitlnK
The choice of connoisseurs
the world over
Seattle Brewing & Malting
Cleanliness in the Home
Pan ka Hana
Into the thought factory.
Your Grocer Will Tell You
Honolulu Soap Works
When he grew better lie told mo he
wat. a rohller In the liner nr nnd wna
ono of the men who sned Lord Rob
erts' son, bringing lilm In from tho
luittlelleld, win re ho wus fatally
wounded ltu thin told me the Btory
concerning Harne ll.irnnto, the ilia
'moiiil king, and xald Hint when a spe-
wny to I"nglnnd committed unhide by
Juimilnir uprboird (iff the steumshln
"MaeLaurhi suld that he wns tho
'only one knowing tho whereabouts of
tho diamond, mid the government
questioned him and he nave, them no
satisfaction He n ho was watched
Helped MacLaunn Here.
"Nelson nnd 1 iivuljKil In unloading
the schooner Union at Antofngustu,
receiving nothing fr our work except
MucLnurlii's fare to this port. Ho said
that, on our return tu the States ho
wouni gu id Airicn, linn me jcwiis unn
Wo would be wealth)
"Since coming here Mncl.iurlu has
endeavored to shun me. nnd yestciduy
we' met and got Into n light, were ar
retted, and this It the story
"The reason I thought Ml.cluirln
was telling the truth wus bt cause I
was In fioiilh Afrlcu during the liner
War nnd knew of tlitsu Instances of
which he spoke lleliig so well putt
ed, I believed Mat Ijiurln, but now am
of the opinion he Is the blggett liar on
Macf-nurlii however, still maintains
he Is speaking the truth and Is wllllne
to be examined at to'hls hunlty
NOTICE OF SALE OF
(Town and Beach)
Tho follow Iiik residence lota situated nt Mnklkl, Walaka and Kullou
on lleacli, Honolulu, Oahu, will bo offered for auto at public auction at the
following tinsel prices, at tho front door to tho Capitol, Honolulu, at 12
o'clock noon, Saturday, Juno 8, 1912
Terms of sale: Ouo-flfth of the purchase prico down and tho balance
in equal payments In .one, two, three und four (1, 2, " nnd 4) yenrs reaped
Ively, with interest at' six per cent. (C) per annum.
Ono year continuous roaldenoo will be required during the four (4)
)ears, except In the case of the Kullouoit lots.
No person will bo allowed to purchnse moro than one lot, cxctoptlni; that
nt Kullouou, two adjoining loin may bo purchased by the same person.
A good supply of water hat now been made available for the Maklkl
lots, and n portion of the proceeds of those lota will bo used for the con
struction of roads to them.
I,ot Arcn Appraised I,ol Area. Appraised
No. Acres. Value. No. Acres. Value.
C31 1.21 $1210.00 C41 ).9C $720.00
032 1,07 1070.00 G42 iO.O'J 745.00
03' 1.01 7C00U 013 0.98 735.00
CIO 1.3 1350.00 04'. 1.02 1020.00
(H7 1.02 761.00 GIG 093 9J0.0O
610 1.00 75000 G4S 1.04 1300.00
(Round Top Lots)
802 1.5C S490.OO 813 1.22 39S'.00
803 1.44 784000 8H 1.05 285.00
804 1.20 GSCO.OO 817 300 220.00
80 1.21 527000 818 2.93 2185.00
80G 1,20 4115.00 819 3 00 2250.00
807 1.2 4085.00 820 2.78 2085,00
808 1.20 1200.00 821 3 00 2250.00
809 1,28 128000 822 3 00 2250,00
810 1,20 1200 00 823 2 94 2205.00
811 1.24 0730.00 824 3 00 2210.00
812 1.24 ..." 540000 825 2.93 2193.00
Lot Area Appraised Lot Area. Appraised
No. Sq. Ft. Value. No. Sq. Vt. Value.
1 5,480 .., '329.10 21 5,410 $324.00
2 5,285 317.10 22 5,410 ., 27050
3 4,167 280.02 2J 5.000 250.00
6 4,080 281.10 24 6,000 25000
7 5,410 324.00 21 5,000 25000
8 5,000 250.00 20 5.000 230.00
9 5.000 250.00 27 5,000 250 00
10 5,000 250.00 28 5,000 210.00
11 5,000 250.00 29 4,940 247,00
12 7,880 394.00 30 0,192.0 371.55
13 5,410 324,00 31 4,b2i.5 289 05
14 6,410 324.00 32 0,087.3 361.25
16 6,000 260.00 31 7,257.5 415.45
17 5.000 260.00 30 S.07S 620.08
18 6,000 250.00 37 10,025 017.50
19 5,000 210.00 41 7,827 409,02
20 5,6'I0 279.50 42 ,.. 8,003 480.18
KULIOUOU BEACH LOTS.
Lot Area Appraised I.ot Area. Appraised
No. Sq.Kt. Value. No. Sq. Kt. Value.
1 (with Improvements) 18 24,149 25.00
42,760 $900.00 10 30,352 $10.00
2 24238 85.00 20 25.900 65.00
i ' sr'-uu 22 27.297 05.00
4 24,930 65.00 23 , 24,270 CO00
5 21,930 2500 24 23,270 60.00
G S4.902 25.00 25 22.955 50 00
7 23.185 7500 20 20,727 41.00
8 28.007.-T. C0O0 27 23,546 ......... 60.00
9 24.930 6.1.00 28 23,775 50.00
10 24,930 65.00 .10 22.000 46.00
11 24,930 61.00 31 22,000 30.00
12 24,930 81.00 32 40,904 21.00
13 32,904 75.00 33 43,952 30.00
14 32,460 75.00 34 22.000 60.00
For inapt uud further Information, apply at the olllco of the Commis
sioner of Public Lauds, Capitol Hulldlnf-, Honolulu.
JOSHUA I). TUCKKU.
Commissioner of l'ubllc Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, April 2, 1912.
Apr. 4. G, 13, 20, 27; May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 7.
L ----- L
BUILT IN SAN FRANCISCO
Sizes from 4 to 500 h. p. I 1 to 6 cylinder!. The mot economical and up-to-date
distillate and gatolino engine in the American market.
The Imperial Cat Engine Co.'f plant I being worked to the limit of lt
capacity owing to the unprecedented demand for gat engines for the fishing
trade. The following orders, booked the last two weeks In March, are all for
fish boatst Carlisle Packing Co., Seattle, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for cannery tun
deri Ouljermovlch & Tur'ellch, Seattle, EO h. p. 4 cylinder) Chas. Miller, Ta
coma, 0 h. p. single cylinderi Chris Hansen, Tacoma, 10 h. p. 2 oylinderi M.
T. Legaz, Seattle, 4 h. p. single cylinderi Robert Beckman, Tacoma, G h. p.
single cylinder) Sanborn-Cutting Co., Astoria, 4 li. p. single cylinderi O. Re
sino, San Francisco, 6 h. p. single cylinder to power new fish boat that Is
being built I Megall A. Lawson, Tacoma, 10 h. p. 2 cylinder for the fish boat)
Giutalito Express & Transportation Co., 30 h. p. 2 cylinder, for boat making
dally trips between San Francisco and Sausallto, carrying freight and pas
sengers) James Stanley, Alameda, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, to be Installed in
launch "Ceres") John Evlch, Tacoma, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for new fish boat)
Frank Berry, Tacoma, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for new fith boat) Ceo, Solberg,
Seattle, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for new fish boat) N. W. Fisheries Co., Seattle,
4 h. p, single cylinder marine) Smiley 4. Co, Tacoma, 65 h. p. 3 cylinderi
Vancouver Shipyard, Vancouver, B. C, 12 h. p. 2 cylinder, for boat for local
customer) G. B. Qrasso, San Franclsoo, 6 h. p. single cylinder, for new fish
bosti L. J. Berg, Tacoma, 20 h. p. 2 cylinder, for new fish boat just being
SOLE AGENT IN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
HENNING A. PETERSON,
Office andr Machine" Shop with John Neill, 135 Merchant' Street
Office Telephone 3724
The T. ML S. Parcel Delivery
CALL8 FOR f AND DELIVERS' 'PACKAGES TWICE
Agents Alexander Young Hotel Laundry
Healed tenders will be received nt
the olllco of tho City mill County Clerk
up to 12 o'clock noon. May 7, 1912,
for tho Improvement ot that portion
of the wext aide of Nuuiinit Avemio
from a point 3i0 feet mukul of Jack
Lane to 1'ulwii Lnue, emulating uf
the construction of a concrete curb
nnd (cutter nnd the nrndliiK and in-i
cudnml-lnif of the rnntlwuy, audi work
to be completed by July 31, 1912.
TERMS OF PROPOSAL.
The bidden will statu In his propo
A xpeclllc Mim for which liu will
furhlih nil labor, tool, nnd material
except audi machinery nnd material us
will be fiirnlahod by tho City nnd
County of Honolulu, necessary to cun
struct tho Curb nnd gutttt; nnd grnile
nnd mncndnmlre the roiilwny accord
Intt to the plana and ape-clflcntlons
Alternate, proposals will bo rcccKcil
for furnlshlni? Warrenlte or other sim
ilar weurlnB surfuco on n four und
one-half (414") Inch rock baso In placu
of oil macadam.
I"ncli bidder must submit with his
proposal a certified check for the sum
of live per cent (6) of the amount
bid, pajahlo to tho City und County
Clerk, City mid County of Honolulu
All proposals shall he on blanks fur
nished bv the City nnd County Clerk
Plans, apcclllcntlona nnd forms of
proposal may bo had upon application
at tho olllco of tho City nnd County
A deposit of five ($5) dollars will
bo required on such set uf plan ami
Tho liouril of Supervisors rcscres
the rights to reject any or nil bids nnd
to nl nil defects
D. 1CALAIJOICALANI JR.
City nnd County Chrl.
C221 Apr 25, IC, 27, 29, 30
.Sealed Tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of rnbllo Works
up until 12 noon of Monday, May C,
1912, for furnishing nil labor nnd ma
terial and constructing one-story frame
cottages for the Girls Industrial
.School, Mollllll, City and County of
Honolulu. T II
I'lans, sprclllcntlons nnd blank forms
for proposal are on file In the otllco
of the Superintendent of l'ubllc Works,
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject nnv ten
der, nny port of n tender, or nil ten
ders. MAltSTON CAMI'Iinr.L,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, April 19, 1912.
Sealed tenders will be recehed by
tlin lln.tr. 1 rf lldd.,..- lii.iiiiila.lnnA..
until 2 p 111 of Wednesday, May S.
i;, ,ior snu-siructuie, repair worK
nnd Pal emeu t on Queen utreet bulk
head wharf. Hdnolulir
Plans, specifications and Mink
forms or pi uposat nre on lllo In tho
office Of the Superintendent of Public
WMs, Capitol Ilulldluir. Honolulu.
Tho Ilonrit of Hnrbor Commission
ers reser(M the rlllht to releet nnv nr
ill tenders, und to nwnril the contract
us a whole or In pjrt.
Chairman, Hoard of Harbor Commis
Honolulu, April 2C, 1912.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL BTOCKHOLD.
Oahu Railway & Land Company.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Oahu Hallway und Lnnd
Company Is culled ut tho requist of
stockholders; owning more than one
fifth of the capital stuck of tho com
pany, and will be held at the olllco of
tho company, 464 Stangenwuld build
ing. In Honolulu, Hawaii, on Tuesday,
April 30, 1912, at 3 o'clock p. in, for
tho purpose, of considering a proposi
tion to lucrenso the capital stutk of
tho company Tho stock bonks will bo
closed to tiansfers from April 25 to
A W. VAN VALKI-Nmma
Honolulu, April 24, 1912
5221 Apr 25, 20, 27, 29
During my absence from tho Ter
ritory, Mi. Clmiles P. Osborne will
carry on my undertaking business hh
Thu embalming brunch will be In
charge of two experienced usslstunta
whoso whipping am huo ahvuH
given perfect satisfaction, us scores of
letters on lllo testify
II If WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, April 24, 1912.
WA8 AWARDED HIGHECT HONORS
At the recent California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CA8H PRIZE
Hiiro yon bunks you want hound,
rullnir done, or booU liuide. send them
With U A J
lo the llullotlii Job printing. mid V
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