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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910.
REAL ESTATE DEALS INVOLVE TWO FAMOUS RESIDENCES ! pgOU9J9S : ' . : is9r 4 . , ) BAUTITJ WISHES TO ACQUIRE J f very little ami it bus been often rumor- Irwin Mancinn anrl fho ! ed that the entire rlace is on t,ie Inar- 1 1 IT III I1IUIIJIUII UIIU hllV Historic Sprcckcls Residence. One Wanted for Hotel, and the Other for Sanitarium. A movement is under May, it is re ported along Brokers' Row, to acquire the beautiful grounds of William (i. Irwin at Waikiki, on which stand his handsome Mexican style home and palatial stables, to be turned into a site for a beach hotel. Mr. Irwin has occupied this liome ou Property commands a Marine and Mountain View unequaled in city limits ket, but in each instance the rumor has j been denied. At the present time, how- j ever, there seems to be some truth in j : the statement and the visit of a promi- j : n'nt local attorney to the C'.ast is said I to be connected with the project. j The promoters of the enterprise do ' I not wish to lease the grounds but desire ! ; to acquire title. j I The grounds are extensive and occupy ; i a lung strip of some of the most desir-i j able beach property and is located in a I i very exclusive, residence section oppo- j i site Kapiolaui Park. The residence is ja beautiful building and the interior is j j finished handsomely ami artistically.: j The stables are the handsomest and; most expensive in the city. There is; j plenty of ground for additional build- j j ings, while the beach curve would make j i it a valuable asset as a tourist attrae- j I tion. I j Another move which is reported to be ; FAMOUS SPRECKELS MANSION AT PUNAHOU WHICH IS WANTED on in the real estate market is a deal j FOR A SANITARIUM. j to acquire a lease or title to the famous : Spreckels property on Punahou street, Francisco, declaring lie would see grass about opposite the residence of Gov-growing in the business streets of Ho ernor Frear, to be devoted to sanitarium ' nohilu. The great white mansion is a purposes. The great Spreckels mansion ! replica of many of the oldtime man has been closed since the memorable: sions of California, of the type that is day when Clans Spreckels, in a huff, . peculiarly Californium The residence locked the doors, put the key in his has had a solitary career in its ample pocket, and boarded a steamer for San setting of palm-filled grounds, for the blinds have been kept closed for about fifteen years and the rooms remain darkened but filled with the furniture of its palmy days when Glaus Spreckels lived there while acquiring a fortune in Hawaiian sugar. Even the diniDg table is said to be set with crockery, silver and general tableware. REMOVING THE PUCKER AGITATOR AT WORK FROM THE PERSIMMON Agricultural Department Carry ing on Experiments in Washington. l'uckc-less persimmons are now be iiitf experimented with by the depart ment of agriculture in the hope that thev mav be added to the list of valu- alinost like tomatoes and that make a v.,.., ; f 4',.,,;- T,-iA,t tiun- .j' ripe, but they can not be taken to mar ket after they get riK because then j they are too soft to transiiort. The re- I sulr has 'been that many of the citrus j fruit dealt rs who handle them have ' come to look upon them largely as a I . table decoration. Oreat. luscious looH- J ing persimmons an- shipped, nicely , Little Insurrection Among a Batch on the wrapper the packer prints a I caution to t lie consumer to keep the persimmon until it is ripe and soft. But the consumer does not, and there is another enemy added to the long list of people who think the big persimmon is a delusion. Utilizing Japanese Dmscovery, But the department of agriculture is ! Bound for Hawaii Not Run ning Free Excursion Trips. ! now working to remedv the defect. It j able American fruits. The experiments 1ms been found that the Japanese, for a ! are being carried on both in Wash iogton and in the South, the first to take the pucker out of otherwise desir able 'jK-i'Minmoris, and the second to grow persimmons that have no pucker to ta;;t The with 1 tie There art out. I irrsimnmn has been a problem j lepartment for many years, i some big varieties that look f'-w centuries, have been treating the big persimmons with the fumes of sake, takiiiu nut the pucker before they were fully ripe, so that they could be shipped and sold while they were solid and eaten like an apple. The early Japa nese probably did not know why sake tumes una tins enecr, out tue depart ment found out that it was because it High Elevation I Fair Exchange and Pure Air Perfect Drainage j A New Ba-ck for an Old One. How It Can Ee Done in Honolulu. The back aches at times with a dull. ;;;d-s. r:!.ab!e feeling, making you weary j and re-tless; piercing pains shoot across i the reiiion of the kid no vs. nnJ !i-;iin tli ! buns are so lame to stoop is agonv. : j b or apply a plaster ! changed the tannin in the fruit to in soluble 'crystals. It therefore has been working with all sorts of alcohol fumes, and piobablv now is near a commercial solution or" the problem. The persimmon that has uo pucker originally was found by the, department dining one of the exploring expeditions of .Mr. Graves into the interior of China. j It grows south oi the trost belt, and nu 1 like the native little persimmon does not have to have a c:ise of chilblains before it is fit to eat. These specimens MANILA, August 21. -According to a statement by Mr. Taylor of the. Ha waiian Sugar Planters' Association, a small insurrection was created aboard the Taming before she sailed Tuesday for Hongkong, In explaining his posi tion regarding the Filipino laborers se cured for the plantations in Hawaii j and the attacks upon his poliev, Mr. Taylor said yesterday: "At our request i it is the custom at the departure of i emigrants from Manila for Hawaii for i one or two seeiet service, men to .be pre.-ent tit the steamer for two purposes - first, to see that no criminals avail themselves of the opportunity to leave the country, and, secondly, to witness the treatment of the emigrants. In any doubtful case the secret service otiicers are requested to take note of are tin tig on that th.-y rthcrn mar iv el may tet. Hid ther.' soon be pu: a on Reasonable Prices No us 1 ack reach back ilonol pyotit Wi! Vl ' i0 m in this the c; lor ;i i hi rea by the t'ollowin am Morgan. eoixlit'on. ise. Excl new and ients won to the i on ea u not Mige the bad stronger one. I do well to A Seedless Persimniori. j There :s another problem on which ; the department worked at one time, land that was the production of a seed- exam' Ifliifi Land Co., Lid I'MCK iieys pain; my 1, from i kidney ri'u'.i ia i I lacka-- T-,.1 W i ii ne ton. Texas, say--: " For some 1 sv was verv lame ju ruin it Idiii much oartC'l tnrouoli Incvs wi re the the unnatnra! eretions aii v i, !.Ms-ai:e Kida-ey ' 1 me of ; uratitude 1 St.. ial lhi l) ' i T I' t over mv kill- - , i on some ot stoops iig. sharp 1 , 1 l trMit--vciu;i me. 1 k new that , , ii' won ol equa t I I. O I III V l I O 1 1 i . .n I-.- mi mi .'i triii. r,t t .is curt W!5 ! discovered oulshie of Washington on a : Maryland farm, and it was thought if seedless variety could be grafted iit ot condition of the also by their ir 1 fou lid I o;m '? ilis effective in co.'Dplaints. and recommend them Fort and King Sts. by wh in! , take . t W 1 i i the ill's;, -!;) K ae no all d.-a:r'j sts nts jier box !'e mailed on Hoib.M.-r I'tr.i agent: Kidney T'iils are and storekeepers (six boxes $S.50) :he native trees that a new te produced that in its wav the seen' iiio ever came of tl among the varieties of the big persim mon that "have l-een introduced from I'hiiia there is one that is seedless and that mav be raised into a fruit that w i(! fill a luitg-fe't want. t r t.l ;ber the j suUtitut ot piice .'o., Honolulu, l- Il.iwaiian Is- , Ponn"s, anil CCLDS CAUSE ME j LAXATIVE I moves the c. liKOMO-QUlXIXi:, re Usc.l tiu- world oyer to cure a cold in one day. II. W. GROVE'S sigt.ature on each bos. Ma4e by PARIS MEDICINE CO.. Sain: Louis, U. S. A. what transpires, and, if they desire, make inquiries to satisfy themselves. (Mi August Kl the secret service agent inquired of Macario Mascarinas whether or not he desired to go to Hawaii, and he replied lie did. It seems K. J. Kap pier was- the dissatisfied party, and after our departure boarded the Taming and held, as far as circumstantial evidence urn'-, a little insurrecto meeting of his own on board. As soou as the case of Mascarinas was brought up ollicial'y, I : wire, to t ne steamship managers in ! Hongkong as follows: 'Ask .Mascarinas. j No. absolutely uninfluenced if de- sires go Hawaii. If not, return.' ' "The Taking arrived in Hongkong orange. Noth- t 1 uos.lay forenoon and the agent prowpt experiment, but h cabled: 'Twelve of the Taming lot reiuse to go to jionoiuiu. "Tliis bs evidently the result of the in-wrreeto meeting on the Taming at Manila," said Mr. Taylor. "Directions were cabled to Hongkong,'7 said he, as follows: -They either go to Hono lulu or turn them loose in Hongkong.' 'Whatever we deem proper in ex ceptional ca-es, we are not runnintr free round-trip excursions between Manila and Hongkong, with cigarettes, mats. iws, etc., tnrnwn m. i ntil inter fered Witts the bihpmo knows ins own mind: he prefers thirty-six pesos and fifty-ti-e pesos and more per month, with everything free except food and :aghs ii Be sure you are rlglit" is another way of saying -"Be sure you have a Stetson Every Stetson bears the StettoQ Name ani then go aheaj. We have the Stetson Soft and Derhy Hatr in all the latest styles. "CHAMOIS" The best soft hat in the United States $3.50 A pliable felt with a brim that stays in its place 18 DIFFERENT SHAPES AND SHADES RECEIVED LAST WEEK. It's made by "Stetson," that's The Guarantee We have the newest shape From the same factory. Sells at $5.00 ML Fort and Merchant Streets DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY What is it? It is an absolutely pure distillation of malted grain, great care being used to have every kernel thoroughly malted thus producing a predigested liqui food in the form of a medicinal whit key; softened by warmth and moisture,, its palatability and freedom from -injurious substances render it so that it can be retained by the most sensitive stomach. What Does It Do? It builds up the nerve tissues, tone up the heart, gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscle and richness to the blood. It brings into action, all the vital forces, it makes digestion perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat all the nour-' isliment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens and sustains the system, i a promoter of health and longevity,, makes the old young and keeps th young strong. It is a wonderful remedy in the-pre-vention and cure of nervousness, ty phoid, malaria, every form of stomach trouble, diseases of the throat and. Jungs, and is recognized as a medicine by doctors of all schools. Indorsed by people in all walks of life for 50 years.. Beware of Snhstitues. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskev is sold: IN .SEALED BOTTLES ONLY. Be sure to get the genuine, as imitations and substitutes are dangerous. 'Write our Medical Department for advice and medical booklet, both .sent free. Made exclusively for oO years by The DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO., FAQ-SIMILE OF DOTTLE 1-3 SIZE. Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A. l RUBBER STAMPS IRSHRSE any kind, made, promptly, at the ADVERTISER OFFICE clothing. Also kind treatment and free return to AfnTiil oni v: i . . . : . , - " nome if his health fails or hf is unable to work! Philippines if he can r?lv upon buc; . , . , - tt fall Care and return In Viio lirnnf-. to see wherein Mr. Beaumont aS a- " i uu"ess wmte man in the tactor in this matter."