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HONOLULU, SXAB-BULLETI5,: TUESDAY, FEBU?, 1913L
REPORT 01 HILO iSHIiil
nunnn mi mi ' Ht
r Iff '
i n n i ni i n 11
all means be
That Hilo should by
Included hereafter in the Itinerary of
the Cleveland Is the report which has
been cabled to the directors of the
Hamburg-Americen Steamship Com
pany by I Weickum, a member of the
touiiEt bureau of that company who is
et present in Honolulu investigating
the advisability of making Hilo one
cf the ports of call of the world-tour
Mr. weicxum nas returned' from a
visit to the Crescent City, where he
w?nt to look into the matter of hand
ling the large crowd which the Cleve
land carries In case that Hilo was
named as a port of call. His report
to his company is very favorable and
speaks well for the Volcano of K3
lauea as a great attraction from the
tourist standpoint. Roads and hotel
accommodations Mr. -Weickum - found
to Le Ideal, and in his written report
to the company, 'nicb will be made
later, these things win te mentioned.
"One thing that will have to be
done with regard o roads," said Mr.
Weickum yesterday, 'Is to make the
traiL to. the crater able to be relied
upon fortbe safety 'of the -tourists,
have heard that In- some -places It Is
cot very safe but" no doubt this de
lect could be-' remedied. V'i Mf "report
was a ' very favorable oner ana"" I '- am
sure that thr matter will be-taken up
by tbsf bcteTd it 'Oncer
r i v '
. i The -Henry Waterhouee Trust Com
pany, Ltd, not to be .put out of coun
tenance, by the palatial new, quarters
of the Dank of Hiwaii.over the way,
' having, gTeat, alterations made: in
Its cIHces-lhthe Campbell block, Fort
aiid ;letchat: streets freitas
Fernandez, contractors," are working
Besides the ' main entrance in the
c&r,ncr there will be two doors on Fort
etrecUl For the' entire, length of . the
ForV'ttreet .We, there will he a. six
foot passageway for Customers, glvi
lng them - access ; to the counters
Jrontmg Jh different departments:
At me, eAirewe enu a vuretioui pass-
' age at right angles '"to" the" main one
1 1 will lead to the. directors, room; with
. I the fireside ttfi ffle located in ; the
' ; Ew-makar lorner . as at presents-
' In front pf the directors' room?, the
cehipanyr ault,vthe- safety deposit
vault and a light - and air. well, the
general office will be located, with a
room -for 'safetr-depositors -'In one
: ?cornT.' Inextreine - dimensions the
r.t&exal joffice is 3Q leet. inches hy
S7. feet, while: the directors' room is
. Iix2l feet - The light ; and.- air well
1; goeeruj .through the -second ; floor; to
- j the rodf.,-.-.s-: x iu 'iM i-i?-r
? . .In the corner portion, opening from
? the main entrance, the, real estate and
0 y insurance deparUnentft Wllle altuat
1 cd.. vyv coner eta 'I otindatlonl I of the:
cenejral oGlce dafe Is being construct-
' ed between the -taults. vv' . X'
' f instead of the old board ' sellings,
plaster and ? beam ceilings : are being
I ' put in ). These . with felejantcottntert,
glass partitions and ornate grillwork
i -will make i the Henry w .Watarhouse
r .Trust offices vie. with" the finest bjusi
neas premises in . town.-; ;:'.....f .': J" V
- - BUILDING CONDITION
. .: v., , '- - ,'. -" v ,v ft , ' I
James W.! Pratt, "the land jnan,H. has
- sold to Mrs. Arthur Mackintosh a lot
f . on .tw JaneTaylottract, tNnuanu
valley; for 2940. ,Like all sales in
that tract; this one is under a building
restriction forbidding the erection of a
dwelling upon, it; costing less than
fSOOO.' V. - .: ..... ,
A cable b the Merchants Exchange
ft to the effect'fEfarih'e British" steam:
s liipxWUlesden ' with European ; ttnmv
. T&ntaaiJdLfrom; Oporto , for. Glbrat
i&r and Honolulu last evening. Accord
Ihg to local; expectations the tteame
Ehouldarrife' here the latter part of
I read It la the SUr-BalletlB. It
The governor and Superintendent
IL K. Dishop. of the public works de
partment have inspected the remodel
led Judiciary building, which is to be
ready for at least partial occupation
the latter part of this month. The
former expressed surprise at the ele
gance promiaed on the interior of the
structure, while Bishop declared that
the finishing touches are being placed
much faster than he had expected,
and that apparently the courtrooms
all will be ready for the tenants
within ten days or two weeks. '
The first of the metal furniture
with which' the building is to be
equipped may not arrive for several
weeks or months, but they see no
reason why the courts should ' not
move in as soon as their apartments
are finished, taking the old furniture
now in use. Even though wood borers
are ruining the old desks, chairs and
book racks, they said this trouble can
be eliminated by thorough reno
vation. There need be no fear of the
borers getting into the building.' at
least from the courts, the superin
tendent declared, because the casings
andTloOrB are all !of metal and con
crete rv-' 'f.! "1 ? ?
Governor Frear said that one of the
first things to be urged upon the
legislature wW be ah appropriation
for 'metal furniture for this building.1
Only one contract" for the building's
equipment could be let ' out of the
money- available;"? -That -went to- the-
iWaternouse Company,, in the- sum of
5,B3t.E9? to- supply the cointa' and
he'llhrary TooravTand the date for Its
fulfillment is : Junes, tVWU. f '
u (Cohtlnued from Page 1) 4
had been living In the Oke block with
a Russian, who at that time was work-
in; on one of the Inter-Island boats.
During the afternoon tx of "June Id,
which - fell ' on Sunday, Bhe. said she
had seen four soldiers and one or two
other men: "shooting craps" in the
rooto occupied ,, by ithe c Japanese man
ager of the house, -
ADout 6 .o'clock . that 'evening she
heard;. iourVshots, apparently in the
manager's room. She saw three of the
soldiers7 ruh fronf the'robmand down;
the Una!, disappearing " around- the
corner. ' When . she rushed out and
down the lanaf a '.moment Jater she
found1 a aoldrer lying across, the doer
sill of the room belonging to Carmelta
Kamon. a rorto tucan courtesan or tne
blockvThe man - lay; -qultel still. Jdst
behind hlm. ia thfe: Itttle' room. stodd
j3enIio.Galmendet,.H1tlvaf paii4f scis
sors In his hand. These he tossed into
a corner,' under the bed, as she came
What a-matter 7. If you kell whaf
youye ijeeo youll,ce.t.thc sama as ihk'"
man got." the quoted Galmendez as
sayin&to Jier. , , She then turned" anf
raa back to her own apartment, where
sWremained fAintiritb'e police came"
seme time afterward hnd took hereof
.prison.-,, ..-"' "
I' Cn crosa examination , the Russian
girl admitted that she had been held in
a cell, alone, foxithree days before she
Crally confesied and told" the etory'of
what she alleges she witnessed and
.heardV fibesaM she was taxen up to
ih6 shertfr:s private office two or three
timest a day and was Interviewed bv
he'xnatrcnatn' equal number of times.
Anally,-asked why she did not con
festf the .first day. she said It was be-:
?ause -she feared 'Galmendez would
tnike 'good his threat to kill her if she.
icld." " t'-' if ..
Carmella Ramoa," jthe Porto Rlcan
woman in the case, who admitted she
jlb&d been Uvingr with Gatmendex npHa-j
; te time he was arrested the morning
nftertthectrmerdId,not, as had been:
la ticipated, tell -of having atually
witnessed the murder in her room.
Though Galmendez was in her room
mofefof the afternoon she was visiting
ever at the. home of another woman
ind returned la the evening immedl
itely on heirlng; the' hbotfng. v ,
f 35he said Beniito, who was drunk,
'ijeaied knowledge .of any shooting, de
claring he had been asleep. She ob
served however, that the ulood stains
lhefloor and bed' were fresh. Borne
Jluie afterward the -couple retired ih
'he 'sime room. ' When she , awoke
tbou,t 5 o'clock next morning' she
heard 1 Benito cleaning ip something
tt TEAM OF BOWLERS FOR 1 a!
8 WIRELESS MATCH CHOSEN
a jl 8
J- The local tenpin experts who
will represent the Y. M. C. A. in 8
a the wireless match against the a
a Oakland. CaU association tonleht a
a were selected shortly before noon a
a today, by a committee previously 8!
a appointed. a.
a The men who will represent a
a Honolulu are Wilkinson (cant t. ai
a a A. White, Wisdom, Haney and 8
8 Clark. ; ' ' . " " ;- 8
AWWfWm. m, 1. n-- - . .......
IIH III I A I TliLI n niHi,,,iniHiM,nIEr, .r j i . , - ;
I 111 t II III I H I . I i I I i i M 1 J I 1 i M L 1 1 i j 1 1 K Vr
i oi pips- REpiwr suBi mamm
I'ltlTaT J" i iYftrtTr niiTi.ir
I 417 V I PIE.VI. II I V Hi ;:J r -j.-, .
(Continued from Page 1)
Through the efforts of Alex. Lind
say, one of the directors of the Young
aaaaaanttgaaaaaaaa Attorney-general Arthur G. Smith has
been secured to give a course of lec
tures on "Business Law" as one of the
subjects of the night school classes of
the association. ,
TSIs will be the first course of leg1
turcs on this topic which has- been
given .since the opening of-the new
building. The class.will be open to all
the members of the association who
wish to learn something concerning
the relation of law' and business. Mr.
Smith, in this series, will give a lec
ture once a week for' ten weeks on
such subjects as . coatraltaY bllU and
note s, agency and . partnership-. At the
end of each lecture the members: t of
the class will have wi opportunity to
ask questions concerning the subject
The date of 'the first lecture has not
care. She went bick td'the home of
her sister, and yesterday afternoon
was informed that she could not re
main there any longer as the husband
was earnhrg'barely enough to provide
tor his own family,; Without ir lends
or-relatives-from whom she could so1
licit aid, and with no money, the wom
an todk Her two children and went to
the PaUma Settlement, r where she
laid her case ; before Headworker
oames A. Rath;who'is now working as yet been arranged.
toward some provision for the desti
tute woman and her children.
. The boy is too young to go to work
and the mother cannot afford to keep
him in school "nor the other two, chil
dren m the Salvation' Army home: As
.Mr. Katn aaa figured
(Continued trem Pag 1)
Mr'. Rath fcaa figured ft "out, it .inl;UIIl""V V L """- "t" "
talfe: thirty-threldbnars- a' month to Sr 'tV?Z?S?l?,,'
w.n'whf hrar-n in tha ., the bounty Jf the -city h and county
fand thfc'boy ir achooi; eeven- dollars ,ed 'Out ; with SMring- hand - by fbe
in tnonthfor "each ol'the three at! the" Bnirbbn sniiervisdrsr ' Mr. -'Wblter !has
nome ana twelve aouars a montn ror
the hoy iii school, and " besides the"
mother' will hate to be provided for
us she is' unable o work on account
pi the fact that she Is suffering from
tuberculosis. ' ' ' .. .
.' "MK- RatK Is -of the opinion that the
woman should be -given aid by the
flt11tha thedoling' was 'loo-aparih?
therefore, says' the yarn, 'he intends at
tcnighi's meetfng:bf the '.board, to in
troduce a resolution 1 calling, rf or a
change In the system ' of apportioning
the1 pay of the UboterMrC Woltef
.wants that pay to be .twenty-five cents
per .hour, and v remerabertng- certain
f11fT'rita'JrSnln 1 avbta-fn hwtrt avaV a I orl1rn liWltrfflP "ha mnB tl 1 th felV
SiCT'recelve'a cettalri sum of tnone'y J torate. scberh'es to carry" those prom-
to wort or until the5 boy becomes old
enough t6 eeK employments He also
favors ' thhtl this - perislpri be- gfven by'
the Palama - Settlement, because, he
says,' the' community Will have to foot
the. bill, through some : channel, and
Still quoting' the;yarn, It teems that
Mr. Wolter ." would '. have ; Introduc.ed
his" resolution lohrauo but for the tu
f prtuni te fact that he happenea 'to be
with Pacheco on the minority of':toe
fr i'ce 'dfylfiriiT the board:- He wad.
.that channel might as well be the ! us chante howeVerand fexecnted'oiie
settlement.."' The. settlemehthas all Xt tae most 1eauifur. lofty. tumble
Rat thinks that the woman is worthy
."Anotheir case, similar "to the one
above baa' Just come before the Pala
ma Settlement' with-regard to a wom
an with five- small children .who has
been: living tor some ;t!me in' a tehe-
ment. hear 7 the"' settlement.' .Two 'Ofi
therchJIdren," who" ire boya ot about4
nine": yedrs, hajL'beehrempioyed for
Tfcome 'tinie" by. a."dowvntown ; firm -and
ev.er seen ' In1' the' cfrct of ;whlcn the'j
city fathers are tne sole penormers
He tumbled and as he .tumtled he
twls'ed in the air and landd' onfhlP
jfet-on". the other sldeof the nbovo
ntCBtloried l'enCer ' !eafl men3dd;-aj
that his' twU "was 'dbhe a-eurpose?
ti.i-t in' the 'time iwhen - his
rcroluUon IhcrCasIhg. the pay of thr
dav laborersiWOuld go out IntJ a'Cold.
and hlack. world "to, meet. wn3t Tnery
That it is the intention of the west
ern division to maintain Fort Kante
hameha as a sub-post of Fort-Roger.
and not to raise it to the status of an
independent command, in spite1 of the
fact that it is now garrisoned' by "a
force equal to that at Diamond Head,
and that the two posts are taany
miles removed, la Indicated by a cable
message frbnr-division" headquarters
received at department headquarters
yesterday afternoon;1 ' '''' ' s '
r rThe-xede message states that 1C-
mehameha Is a sub-post ot Ruger,
but as thts has- been the ease for more
than iwo years pastj the message -occasioned
no surprise. It was gen-
heralry believed' thai the new arrisob
at f Pearl Harbor, wouu be separated
from; Fort Ruger, when the68th"Ahd
75th' companies-took 'the place, of the
small - detachment that guarded the
guns and emplacements, puttldg It' on
a par' with? Ruger and Dr' Hussy "as
lo ; admiaiatratioa- Of coursvFort
Ruser, as' district headquarters and
the official homeoftllajorTlmberlaki,
ir of more importance than the other
"coast defense- points,'' bUT Ibat'ltrwaa
intended to keep Kam a sub-pest has
occasioned some surprise.- . ' '
' Therenewaltf theold ordef tmder
extstlnf'ct)ttdth)ns-means rthat all
reaulsitlons and Returns 'for Kameha-
Uieha taust gC'tarongn'ther post quar
termaater. and ; commissary at -it 'Fort
Ruger, who U also district quarter
master. In-some ways thla aimpllfies
matters, and l others it will be high
ly Inconvenient ; i ' - ! " '
The- artillery district of -Oahn- has
grown eatlyrlnlmportaaea .InUhe
last few;weeka, and besides being ' a
five-company commattd.'-iastead of a
twocompanys one,-4t- ha' staff offleers
of the number,, and rank usually, al
lowed for t much larger districts.
Major Timberlake 'has ' two "captains
and a first lieutenant on r ma , stan,
while the - greatest number allowed to
any one dlBtrictin the army Is - three
ratitAina and one; "first -lieutenant.:. It
waa rumored some weeks ago that a
full colohel was fobe: sent ' hereto
Icomtnand ' the district;'! bat the news
published In The, Star-Buuetin , fes
tef day ' that' Major Timberlake ' -was
fvtto t-e? soDercededl has been ;Ter
ceived i with considerable appreciation
in toth servfce"amt "icrVlllan rcircles. '
WASHABLE TIES TO MATCH
The above is one of our many spring
of bur ftiniisliixi
Our -Suit : Department is now
ready for the inspection of
those who " Would ;he well
h hA hlmsAlf accorded to others
were gemng m 17 cents a, nay r view , 7 .u 4. --m,! ,
days agd;ihey lost1 tbe! -Jobs and fS ySST
ul?Z7,n. .,v.i!i..iai Vor ttaf Xftdfew Cox.fhe'BOle Renub
lican'ln, the .fcoard; has nad W.W J. 0
the commg'regolation: for 'VStnor ;tts
fcarrasi hikv toemettand . I ellowJ rnem-
tenrfrMavalso prepared ayeroiotion
them fof. the'- support of i her" family,
Bhe wentX totthe' PalaTna'S'ettJement
atid "asked fortemraryj'ald. Herj
.who secured work ' for the two boys
,and' advanced av'-Bman amount' of
'money': to the.'hiother;f . . v " '
; The two'"caS3S'; which kre related are
xne first ones concerning real desti
.tutfdnf.tha hate: come'1 before 'the' set
tlement" in1 mfiny months.
oulslde jthe door.x She did not find out
what'iivwasvvi- i '
" When Detective .Rellettr came there
later-in the ;day and asked if she had
"a, knife ot pair oiscilsors. around til?
pjace,- she had somef difnetilty-i in , Io
cttmga pair; of ahearsrwhlch she kept j
nally fladlngUhem'unden a; plater on
(the shelf." Prior. Co that time; she illfl;
oiroof the points had. teen broken,
but when she "found; them 'this, time
the"1 other , point ' also 'was- gone; ? She
remarked another differences then
shears' - were ttolsfc,as"; though they had
recently been 'placed In1 water. i!.
?JOir her way back from' her friend's
home to nw own loom Just'after she
heard the shots, 'the' Ramotf woman
"eaid4 she met "a? wouhu?ed soWle vjrt
thelanabof ' the Ote bloet ' She
knew him AfelL and ' that in answer
to "her queries he replied" hfe had been
attacked by two men and stabbed
She 'helped htafdown the steps1, 6ilt
id -the i-bad and called a hack, leaving
blnV lying? by 'the fence while she re
turned to Hhe room.' - -! ' 1 -!
f The only 'other witness 'examined
thls-inbrhrngf'was' Ah Wong) the hack-
man summoned by the Ramon woman
and later dismissed by.. the mounted
patrolmkn who took charge1 of Private
aiirnvffw a minimum- wags .s'-'ue o'
Hwo'ddHarsrday, and from that 6pJ
;5.Those ln'the know 4y that there iH
coinz to be a BCramb'e tonght to see
which man can -get his reiolnVoni'ln;
first1 and so nave. tne-g'ory an .BO""
efUelpgthe leader In the. 'purely, phil-.
anthropic. Chase?. .1 MeantlmeCWrere fc
ever proipect that the- majority- of the
board will turn both down
f-'lC'in reading or sewing by lamp
llaht a sheet of white'' paper Is placed
under the lamp It 'Will be found that
far stronger light is shed all over
the 'room.0 . .. --
STOCKS' ARE STRONG
.WITH FEWiS ALES
Oahu and Onotnca are, the only -sugar
stocks showing, any considerable
activity Jn; today a; exchange -report,
Oahu has- recovered an eighth of 'Its
recent gradual decline 10O shares sell
ing between boards"; and IfTaf the: sest
sion, at 23.1J1-2, the recesa sales be
ing iU five Jots ranging ' from" 60 to ?
shares. Onomea" registers-an advance
of three-quarters of-a point:' td',33.75
for 100 and 20 Bhare9 itf recess and
two lots of 10 each on the board. Ha
waiian Commercial sold 1 bp aV quar
tor-nntnf ftt 25 f6r 5"sharea on ,th
board;" Pioneer Is Unchanged at 26.75 1
t kanr Yat a f Chinese shop keeper,
doing business . near-thefjunctton of
King; and 'BeretaniavVstreetS iwas. the
rletim of hi 'attempted tiOld-up" today;
his assailants being' Johxf Ifollerso
and a' Porte' Rlcan companion,-name
vGAccordlngf ttf the story related by
the Chinaman t the polled, he was
approached by Hollerson who damand
ed? moner with whiolr: to buy Wine
The storekeeper failed , to denvar tne
desired amotmt 'Of money 'and eliimed-
that Hollerson t thereupon" grabbed; a
quantity of potatoes from' a near-by
barrel and "began pelting the -trades
man with the (vegetables.-?
ii About this stage Of the proceedings,
the " Porto '-"fCran-IS' alleged-to have
grabbed a soda "Water bottlei and at-
tempted 'to lay open, the skull of the
Chmamain.'', ' ' " '" v "
j t ATiot call ' froravah" adjoinlfig plac
Of business brought the police to . the
scene, ho promptly Hook charge-' of
Hollerson and placed him under 'i. ar
rest: ':' l:?'-,::;" ,
JUDGE LYU3 a! TJICKET returns
the to Kauai tonight
MR AND MRS. E.-SHAW intend
for: 10 shares reported, brewery ;.. . Is, leaving on February. 18 for a trip to
Unchanged' at aIthou'tgh -'th Southern California and th-east.-
sheet erroneously makes it an advance I C. H. MEDCALP. former private sec
of a quarter-point, for "20l and J0S retary to Governor ; Jear; returned
shares on the board. A sale.of $6000. from the Coast yesterday on the Siert
Mutual Telephone sixes unchanged at ra with his wife and ramily. During
104 is reported. The balance is Well f call in-Which. ipaid his respects to
preserved between buyers and sellers, his former employer today, Medcalf
there being no eagerness manifest on announced that he has given up his
either side. Any pressure from the Idea of farming In California' orwash-
buylnr side would meet ' stiffening ington, and has. returned to . the isl
? r " Continued from Page i) , :
called ammonia-greening anthocyan
ins are - not autonomous' compounds
Iht merely mixtures of yellow -: fla
vones with ammonia-bluing anthocya
nJns mixtures wnch would give green
as a ' resultant - color with alkalis.
Qrafe has already concluded that the
n ammonia-greening reaction of certain
- anthocyanlns is not due to the admix-
Maj confirmed by jthe. work on tha.rhodof
cblorogen of Dioscorex . r 'fl jy
.The only yellow compounds known
which oxidize to anthocyanln : do so
spontaneously, and the reaction does
not involve the agency of oxidases.
Although rhodochldrogen Is easily oxi-
dized by plant oxidase to il:
Idatlcn derivative, taert li r j
evidence whatever t:at t-.s ,
takes place in the plant cell. '
more likely that rhoioch: :
transformed first Into a g'
that this oxidizes to antioc;:
that the chroraogen la dlrr .:
dized la-the plant ce'J. As y .
ever. It ts.not known tba'.
ogen has any further part I i :
llsm after it is laia down in t:.
It may be nothing mere t'aan i
product". . , t ,
r 50TICE TO CnZDITC:
Estate of George M Hon, Dccc:
Office gi rl, wire 'knowledge of type-
t wrlUng.';' Address "C. A. B.r ; this
r officer. r;V!- Vr 54i51'-2t
i ir8TVATION; VVANXED. i- ;,
I i I I I I I I I I I I i , m
foung Filipino- of - good , education
i wants 5posltion in office or store;
f five r monthsr: experience as store
bookkeeper. '-'i References.. Address
j-JXV&rXLjz this, oracer ;rr -V S46r-1w
Cartercar,"1 4-passenger: f ully ; equip
ped ? vwlnd i shield, magneto, " Presto
oil tank- $300 if taken at once, ln-
hlVb ?at"Lew!s ;SfabIesrnS46l-f
Two-bedroom house, furnished or nn-
furnished. 1050 19th Ave. KaimUki; 2d
house from Palolo Ave' one block
from car line; reasonable to; reliable
oarties . tva lone-term ' rental. , En
quire on premtees. I i ?i Si&Utt LHackf eld
-The undersigned: hav!-3? If -appointed
the Administrator rf t
tate of .GEORGE MILTON, U?
nolulu, Islaad. cf Oahu, Ten .
Hawaii, ' decea.-ied. intestate :
f lNotice is 'hereby given to t'.
sons to. present their clai:m
the estate- f8aid George .11.,
ceased, duiyactht nticat ?d wh .
cured by mortgage cr ctlierw; . ?
undersigned at th-j office (nc . .
end floor Brcr.ver tuildinj, Fcrt .
Honolulu,), wltHI sit' (8) wo-tl. i
the date hereof, or. they .will l j f.
barred. ; , . ',. ,, ' -'
'And all persons Indebted to e
tate are hereby requested to r::."
mediate payment to the unJr-
v ? ''",' J., A. THOMIV : ,
Cv's-Admlnistratorof tte n,t: j
: , George, Milton, deceased.
;f;Datfidr Honolulu, T. IU Feb. 4. 1
; 546lPebv I, li;ai23;;j:ar. '..
' ; A551ML 3fEETI50.
PIOXIJEB BILL C OaPANT, till
-' Pheto-Engrarlns; of ahrhest ' trslr
earn 4e secared freBx the Star.BsIleUs
ands with the intention' of staying.
I' Mtnor repairs and cleaning has been
given' the -revenue .cutter Thetis no a
or. the marine railway.1
Passbook Na 2953 with .the Bank; of
Hawaii, Ltd., in the v name oT. John
F. Colburn, Trustee for Helen Col
burn, has-been lost" and'the public
are cautioned against any use of the
same. " - r?x r: !j--JOHN
F. COLBURN, V ;
Trustee for Helen Colburn. ,
- 6491-St l
''By Vrder o 'tae Boird of Dircc'
the annual meetln-of the tcc';
ers pf the Pioneer Mill Conrany,' L
ited. will, be held at: tie. of!cj r
& C04 Ltd. 'Honolulu. T.
o'clock a. m.i tor the, election
Board of Directors and the trar.. -of
such other business as may c
before' the ceeting.:" , '
- The' Stock Transfer books' cf
Company wllV be tlesei from- Fc'
ary' 8th td 'February .14th," 1913, r I
cates inclusive. : . , -:
f.v ' ':t..klaii?.
i ?;-...:,' - V ' Secretary
54GtFcb. 4, g. 13. .
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