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price.: If you are a nervous suf-,;
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' 'Diseases of the Nervous System.
y LEGAL NOTICE.
v IN THE, CIRCUIT.COURT.OF THE
Firsts Judicial Circuit. V At-Xhambers
r-In .Probate; -i In. .tbe ,Matteh ot tae
Estate J of Robert Fraser; Junior de
ceased, r v- 2i.t;': "i-; 'i'r; " '"I'r ' :
Oa' reading and filng the petition
ana accounts - ox -Bishop Trust ; Com
pany, Limited, an Hawaiian corpora1-
tion, bavinsr'-lts vprlaclral office. In
the City and Covmty.ot Honolulu. Ter
Htor. of .HavEil,: Ancillary Adminis
trator -srith' ths Wn ? Anpexed .of- tjie
Estate of 'Robert Fraser, junior, iate
of rnverutle, :. kuntr r of Aberdeen,
Scotland, deceased, wherein it asks to
be allowed the, sum ; of .,11710.44 : and
charges Itseir with 11737.96, and asks
that the same ; may; be examined ' and
approved and that a -final order may
be made of distribution of the prop
erty remaining In Its , hands , to the
persons .thereto entitled and discharg
ing It and its sureties from all further
responsi bllity as such Ancillary Ad
ministrator with the Will Annexed. -
It is Ordered ' that Monday,, the : 10th
neiore tee Judge or saia uourt at tne
Court Room of said Court at .Hono
lulu aforesaid,: be and the same hereby
is appointed as the time and place' for
hearing said "petition and V accounts,
and that -all persons Interested sray
then and there . appear and show cause,
it any they have, why the same should
cot be granted, and ; may . present, evi
dence as to who are entitled to the
said property.":'; . ?::
T,By. the Court: ... . "
i ' . ' ; v TJ. MARCALLtNO,
1-:.Sr' -V-,.-:.- Clerk.
HOLMES, STANLEY & OLSON,
Attorneys for petitioner ,
: 5458t-vJ&n, 5i; Feb. l.jLt, 21.
Mid-Pacif Ic Carnival and Floral Parade
' .No obligation lor material supplied
or labor to be performed will be recog
nized unless accompanied by an order
properly signed by R. W. Shingle,
Chairman, or A. W.t T. Bottomly,
Treasurer of the , finance committee.
CIIAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
' , - Director QeneraL
5450 Jan.r22, 24, 27; 29, 31, Feb. 3, 5,
7. 10. 12, 14,-17, 19, 2L 1
This Is to give notice that no orders
are to be filled for goods, labor, etc.
on account Elks Carnival Committee
Camp 49, unless accompanied by a
written order signed by.G. W. R. King,
(Signed) J. A. M. JOHNSON,
Secretary Elks' Carnival Committee
SEALED PROPOSALS endorsed
"Proposals for Locomotives." will be
received at the Bureau of Yards and
Docks, Navy Department, Washing
ton, D. C, until 11 o'clock a. m., March
1, 1913, and then and there publicly
opened, for one narrow-gauge and two
standard-gauge saddle tank switching
locomotives, delivered at the Naval
Station, Pearl Harbor. Hawaii. Speci
fication can be obtained on applica
tion to the Bureau or to the Comman
dant of the naval station named. H.
R. STANFORD, Chief of Bureau, Jan
uary 24,1913.',. . . . . . 5464-Feb. 7, 14.
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(Associated Press Cable)
CINCINNATI, February 13. As he
retult of the trial in the federal court
here today twenty-nine officials of the
National Cash Register Company have
been found guilty of violation of the
Sherman Anti-Trust Law. The charges
were technical and included the form
ing of a combination in restraint of
trade. - " i ...
: tb therAdvollser
Today's change In the position of
the cannpn and machine guns subject
ed foreigners In public buildings in tha
City of Mexico to a: raking, crossfire.
: Goyernment .and othet; foreign . resk
dents of -the capltal'spent-a night, pf
terror. f'm' t tityt ACv:
i Marauders, ik liberated ? convicts of
talem prison roamed the v residence
litriete,-pillaging sacking and burning
deserted houses.. This ; continued- till
daylight: Thousands :. of x foreigners
rer presenting all nationalities, .flocked
foto the; American quarters last night
Amba-sador Wilson - pressed twenty
iutos Into service and before daylight
ithese had ".carried .' seven hundred
Americans out of - the danger rone
; Thousand8 t nillvesare fleeing
from Athe Iclty ainid ' great, -confusion;
tactically no .'effort has been made to
care for. the dead and .wounded. .Many
vt the wounded have died' for lick of
medical v attention, and the city . Is
threatened with, a pestiledce, as a're
sulttf .ttte'presence everywhere in. the
business .district o decomposing od-
'. v Madero has expressed wlllhigness to
n joye -the -eea.t ot government if the
Situation does i not Improve , within a.'
day or two, but this is as fa; as he will
go, : Diaz, flatly refuted to listen Jo
any ' terms of peace unless it involves.
complete surrendet by Madero. - ; :
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-k',The Times.TJullding a four story
blick structure at Second avenue and
tiiiiverslty .itreet.and the Deeny build
ing, a s five story s building I adjoining
riAmbassadors of rthe Powers niet.ini
fcrmally ;in the- foreign office t6day jto
tontider the request of Turkey Jor the
Litervention'bt the powers In the Bat
kan-Turklsh struggle. ,v r:', ' ; V
,The bambardment of Scu,tarl is said
to be proceeding. : .. '
: Anti-American feeling at Acapulcd
l.exico, culminated In an assault byi
nfbb upon two, officers, of the cruiser
Denver,; lefore. she departed yesterday
(or Acajutla, Salvator.
for Acajutla, Salvador. j
cruiser's turgeon and Ensign Guthrie,
who Were passing, through the Etreets.
NeitheT Were Injured. . "
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v The newJapanese premier, CounV
Gcmbei Yamamoto, and the members
of. his' cabinet have postponed .Iheir
official installation to office, owing to
the-declsion dfithe.old Constitutional
party not to appoint any purely non
party cabinet : . . y ' .
; Grippedby the, lowest temperature
cf this winter, ten degrees above zero;
New York's poor today are suffering
terribly and are facing the prospects
otworse . conditions . if ithe weather
b; reau prediction of still colder weath
er comes true. i .
All last night and today charity
workers, were busy on the lower East
Side, rustling fuel to tbe poorer class
es where many tenement dwellers
were dismantling their homes and
turning the fittings' of their tenement
to escape .death by freezing.
Secretary Knox and Ambassador
Jusserand, of France, today signed a
convention ' to extend for another
period of five years the arbitration
treaty between the United Slates and
France, which will expire' March 12.
"President Tart," said an official
tere today, "will ask congress for per
mission to intervene in Mexico if an
archy continues to spread, if the de
mand of the ambassadors for all cessa
tion of hostilities continues to be Ig
nored, if another Power threatens to
interfere, if the Madero government
falls, if rules of civilized warfare are
ignored, if communications between
Washington and Mexico City are sev-
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tfCdKPOSATiO II Heetings
. "Annual meetings of corporatiods are
adyertised as follpwaiv.
" Koolau Fruit -Colts" office at Iwl
let'Tuesdiy, Feb. IS; 9 a. m.
. Honolulp Packing Co., its otfice at
Iwilei, .Tuesday, Feb. 18, 9:3d al.m.
: Haiku Sugar Co Stangenwald bnild
Ing, Tuesday Feb, 18, 9:30 a. m. -:
iKallallnni Plantation Co.," Stangen
wald building,' Tuesday, Feb. 18, 10:30
. Paia Plantation, Stangenwald build
ing Tuesday Feb: 18; 10; a.; m
Kula Plantation ' Cd.; Stangenwald
building, Tuesday; Feb: ,18,v10:50 a, in.
X - Kailua Plantatloir Co.; Tuesday, Feb.
1811 :iaa in.
. Central Mill Coy Stangenwald build
ing, Tuesday, Feb..S, 2 p. nJ. ..j..
Kahulul RallroadiCpV, . Stangenwald
building,. Thursday, SFeb. 20, 2 p. m. .
- Alexander- & 'Baldwin; Stangenwald
bulldlnz. Monday. Feb.24: 9 a. m."
y Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Co., H.
Hackfeld! &Ca's,. IIonfliy,?Feb.; 24, 2
. ; Kohala Land Crf.. Castle & Cooke's.
TuegdayFeb425 11 m. y. yf
fVHnom irSu.Iwer; . 1
Co.'sTaesday;.Fei . 35, 10, a. m.
V; Kohala Sugar, C ,Xastle Cooke's,
Tuesday,:Feb; 2J5; O'LMii. . ? ";..'-.;.,."
?Watalna'f Agjtcul ural Co. "Caeite
Cooke's, Tharsday,! Feb. 210 nu '
: Ewa ' 'Plantation; Co., Castle ' &
Cdoke's Wedhesdair, Feb. 2& j0t airi.
? Apokaa Sugar Ce.Castle;" Cooke's,
WednesdayJ'eb. 2p, 1:30 p." m. u
Walluku Sugar 'Co., C. Brewer &
Cd.s; Monday, FebX ''24, $ a, m.
si -Kauai.'Electric j Co, Stangenwald
building, Tuesday,March 4, 2 p. ni.
Kauai Fruit & Land Co, Stangen-
wald building, Tuesday, vMarch 4, 230
n m .
Honokaa Sugar iCo.. F. A.T Sctaefer.
& Co.'s office, Friday, Feb? 14, 10 a. m.
Waianae Compahy, J. M. Dowsett's
office, Thursday, Feb. 27. 10 a. to.
Guardian Trust f Co, Judd building,
Friday, Feb. 21, -3 p. m. .
Oahu Sugar Co Saturday, Feb. 15,
9:0 a. m, at II Hackfeld & Co. .
Kaii- Agricultural Co, Wednesday,
Feb. 19, 3:30 taj at C. Brewer & Co.
Honuapo Agricultural Co, Feb. 19,
3 p. m, at C Brewer & Co.
Waibhlnu Agricultural and Grazing
Co., Feb. 19, 2:30-p, m. at C. Brewer
& Co.' ... - " ;
Kahaupu Agricultural Co., Thursday,
Feb. 20, 11 a. tn, at C. Brewer & to.
Weha Agricultitral Co, Feb. 20. 10
a, m.r- at C. Brewer & Cp.
Kalopa Agricultural Co, Teb. 20,
10:30 a. m, at C.; Brewer & Co.
Woodlawn Fruit" Co, Feb. 20, 2 p.m.,
at C Brewer & Co.
Olowalu Co:, Feb. 19, 11 a. m, at C.
Brewer &.Co. -
Waimanalo Sugar Co, Feb. 19, 10 a.
in., at C. Brewer & Co.
Hilo Sugar Co, Feb. 27, 10 a. m, at
C. Brewer & Co.
'Ponahawai Coffee Co, Feb. 27,
10:30 a. m, at C. Brewer & Co.
Kahuku Plantation Co, Stangen
wald building, Thursday, Feb. 20, 10
Omaopio Plantation Co, Stahgen
wald building, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1:30
Pulehu Plantation Co, Stangenwald
building, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 10:40 a. m.
Makawao Plantation Co, stangen
wald building, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 11 a.
Nahtku , Sugar, . Co, Stangenwald
building, Tuesday. Feb. 18, 3 p. m.
East Maui' Irrigation Co, Stangen
wald building, Tuesday, Feb. 18. 2:30
Hawaiian Sugar Co., Stangenwald
building, Monday, Feb. 24, 10:30 a. m.
Maui Agricultural Co, Stangenwald
building, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 11:30 a.m.
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co,
Wednesday, Feb.26. 10 a.m.
SCHULTZ In Shanghai,
ruary 12, to Mr. and
Schultz, a daughter.
Everything In the printing line al
Siar-nsllftin, Alakea street; braach,
Wall S Dougherty
Alexander Young Building
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE KOO
LAU FRUIT COMPANY, LTD.
By order of the president, notice is
hereby given that the annual meeting
of the stockholders of tbe Koolau Fruit
Company, Limited, will be held tm
Tuesday, February 18, 1913, at T a.
m .'at its office at Iwilet for the elec
tion of it officers, tne reception of
annual reports, and the consideration
of any other business that may prop
erly come before the meeting.
(Signed) K. B. BARNES,
. Honolulu, February 13. 1913.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE HONO
LULU PACKING COMPANY, LTD.
By order of the president notice la
hereby given that the postponed - an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Honolulu Packing Company; Lim
ited, will be held on Tuesday. Febrv
ary 18, 1913, at 9:30 a. m. at 1U of
fice at Iwilet for the election ot Its
officers, tbe reception . of annual fe
ports, and the ; consideration of ny
other business that may properly
come before the meeting.- v i "
(Signed) v-:- K. B. BARNES,
' ' ' Secretary.
Honolulu, February 13, 1913.
:The Annual Meetinsr of. thd
i . r. .' . . ..J
holders of HAIKUf SUGAR COMPANY
will be held at the office .and princi
pal place of business of the Company,
Stangenwald , Building, Honolulu, T.
tt, on ' Tuesday the 18th day of Feb
ruary, 1913, at. 9:30 'o'clock: JL :M. .M
.The 'Stock books of -the' Company
will be closed fortransfers from- Feb
ruary 11th, 1913, to and including Feb
rdary 18th, 1913. v f. ?
: . J. WATERHOUSE, '
Secretary; Haiku Sugar. Company
Honolulu, T. H, Feb. 6th, 191
C .: 6463-lOt'
, : .
;Tbe Annual Meeting, of the Stock
holders of KAU4L1NUI PLANTA
TION- COMPANY. LIMITED, 'will ; be.
held at the office and principal place
of business of the Company, Stangen
wald BuildingHonolulu, on Tuesday,
the 18th day of y February' 1913' at
- ELMER E. PAXTON,
Secretary, KallaUnul PlanUtlda
Company, Limited. '. '' - ' f v
Honolulu, T. H, Feb. 6th 1913.
MEETK6 yOUCE. v
' ;The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of PAIA PLANTATION will
be ! held at " the office and principal
place tof business : of the r Company,
Stangenwald Building,:: Honolulu, T.
H.;- on Tuesday; the 18th day of Feb
ruary,1 1913, at 10 o'elock A. Mi,
iTbe stock, books. ofT the Company irill
be' closed f or traHsfera'Trom February
11th, 1913, to and including February
18th, 1913.' v--f flgl
- - -Ot J.. WATERHOUSE, r
? Secretary, Jsdx Plantation, 4 !
Honolulu, T. H.; Febi 6th; 1913.
" : j;'s"i':'; 6463-10t'i 'it'-yi&.'fb
J MEETING JTOIICE. u
;The Annual . Meeting of the Stock
holders, of KULA PLANTATION COM
PANY, LIMITED, will be held at the
office and principal place of business
of the Company, Stangenwald'.Build
ihg, Honolulu, T H, on Thursday the
18th day. of February . 1913, at 10 ; B0
o'clock -A-: M.. 4--'
. ELMER E. PAXTON,
Secretary, Kula Plantation Com
pany, Limited. ' t-
Honolulu, T. H, Feb. 6th, 1913.
" 5463-10t .?
MEETIJG NOTICE; ,
... The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders f KAILUA PLANTATION
company; limited; will be neid at
the office and principal place of busi
ness of the Company, Stangenwald
Building, Honolulu, T. H, on Tuesday,
the 18th, day of' February; ,1913 - at
11:10 o'cIck'-AMw - W ,
? ELMER E. PAXTON,
Secretary, Kailua Plantation
Honolulu T H;, Feb. 6th 1913.
The Anifual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the CENTRAL MILL COM
PANY, LIMITED, will be held atthe
office and principal place ot business
of the Company, Stangenwald Build
ing, Honolulu, T. H. on Tuesday the
18th day of February, 1913, at 2
o'clock P. M.
W. O. SMITH,
Secretary, Central Mill Company,
Honolulu, T. H, Feb. 6th, 1913.
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the KAHULUI RAILROAD
COMPANY will be held at the princi
pal brahch office of tbe Company,
Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, T. H,
on Thursday, the 20th day of Febru
ary, 1913, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Secretary, Kahului Railroad Com
pany. Honolulu, T. H, Feb. 6th, 1913.
,; 463-12t -
Our Insurance rates cheaper than
U. S. Government. We Insure your
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King Street corner Fort
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: CORPORATION NOTICES.1
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,
LIMITED, will be held at the office
and principal place of business ot the
Company; Stangenwald Building,. Ho-
nplulu, T. H, on the 24th day f Feb
ruary, 1913, at i o'clock A; M. ; :J.s
j The stock books of the Company will
be closed for transfers from February
17th, 19ir. to and including February
2401,1913.' V ;
; - ELMER E. PAXTON,
Secretary. Alexander & Baldwin,
Limited. : .
Honolulu. TJlUFeb. 6th. 19ir
' , ' . . . . . 6463-15t '- v ,
Kohala Land Company, Limited.
i Notice-is hereby given that the an
nual meeting or: tne snarenoiuers ot
the Kohala Land Company, Limited,
will be held at the office of Castle
Cooke. Limited, at the corner of Fort
and Merchant Streets, in the City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
wail, on Tuesday, February 23th, 1913,
at 11 o'clock A. M. - . - 7
". t : T. l PETRIE.
, f f Secretary ' Kohala Land Company,
t Honolulu, i Hawaii, 'February 12th,
1913.-'::' ,.-v:v: 546S-11L
-: ANNUAL M EETl Na
-( Kohala 'Sugar Company.. :
(Notice Is hereby, given .that .the an
nual meeting of, the shareholders of
the Kohala Sugar : Company ' will be
held' at the office of Castle Cooke,
Limited,' at the corner; bfFort-nd
Merchant Streets,,- la . thef City and
County, of Hoaolul,-.TeTritory of Ha
walt on Tuesday, February 25th, 1913,
at; 10: o'clofk- ML.m.;6 y.-y
' -V , ' v ; . y ' T.. -IL . PETRIE,
Secretary," Kohala 'Sugar company.
Honolulu, Hawaii -February . 12th,
;! 1913. ;.:,.-...::'. .Z- 646S-llt
i 7 : AN N UAL M E ETI N G, ? 7
Apokaa Sugar 'Company,' Limited.
y ; : :.':-y.
hNotice is hereby given that the 'an
nual meeting of the shareholders bf
the Apokaa Sugar Company, Limited,
will be held at the office of Castle
Cooke, Limited, at, the corner of Fort
and Merchant Streetsrin the City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, op- Wednesday, February 26th,
1913; at 1:30 o'clock p. nu , .
' s f. :;.;V j-'-i- ' 'r'-'-:,i : ; H. PETRIE . .
t Secretary Apokaa Sugar Company,
r y:" Limited ' - 'y:--. . .
:- Honolulu, ' Hawaii, February y 1 2th,
Annual, meeting. ; :
IIEyra Plantation, Company.
"Notice 4s hereby, given that' the 'an
7 ' .
nual-meeting of - the shareholders of
the rJwa.Pla2f "tion Ccrr-rany WST be
held at the ofilce of Castle & Cooke,
Limited, at -the corner of Fort and
Merchant v Street; iln' the.City and
County of Honolulu,.Territory of Ha-
wait: on Wednesday.,February , 26th,
Viiyi-t? tvT.-'H. PETRIE.;
Secretary, Ewa ; Plantation Company.
: Honolulu; -iHawail,-February 12th,
I i , ANNUAL meeting.
-.-iThe: annual meeting of '. the' ktdek
holders of ; the : Inter-Island'V1 Steani
Navigation Company,' Limited will be
held at the office: of. the, Company,
39 Queen Street, on Wednesday; Feb
ruary 26th, 1913, at 10 o'clock A. M.
; yV :'NORMANE; OEDGE,
54634JtvUiJ . Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING." 1 ? ?
'. .: ' . . : 'C
. ;:.' .f . Waianae Company.' ;-''-"i,':'"''-?.The
annual meeting of the' stock
holder of the Walanad Company .will
be held at the office pf X M. Dowsett
Merchant 8treet -ThursdayrFebruarj
27,-1913, at 1Q o'clock f. a. v er-
, J. M. DOWSETT,
: SecrelaryVaianae Company.
'Honolulu, February 6, 1913.
: .v. 463-12t:. r
Under and pursuant torthe terms of
that certain mortgage 'from Angus P.
McDonald, as mortgagor; to the under
blgncd, as mortgagee, dated the 23rd
day of July; Al 19iz;indt.Wcbided
in the office, of the Registrar of Con
veyances of the Territory f Hawaii
in liber 361, on pages 460-462, by rea
son of the breach, of . covenants and
conditions of said mortgage by the
mortgagor to be kept and performed,
td wit, that mortgagor having been
aued for debt in . a court . within the
Territory of Havrali and failed to pay
principal and interest secured by said
mortgage and having done an act or
thing whereby said mortgagor may be
sued Tor debt in a court of saM Terri-
tory and whereby the security of said
mortgage may be taken, in execution,
said mortgage was heretofore and on
to-wit, the 8th day of February A-vD.;
1913, foreclosed by said mortgagee
and the certain Model "30, 1912 Cad
illac Torpedo No. 43853 .will be sold
by the undersigned at public auction
on Saturday next the 15th day of
February, A. D. 1913," at the hour of
ten. (10) o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at the salesroom of the un
dersigned facing upon , the alley at
the rear of the Alexander Young Ho
tel, Bishop Street Honolulu.
THE von HAMM-YOUNG CO.; LTD.
';. 5467-4t. ' . ,
AND OTHER. PIANO?
133 Hetal Street Pheae till
btunino guasantzd ;
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF
V ( OFFICERS.
Mutual Telephone Company, Ltd.
At the adjourned annual meeting ot
the shareholders of the Mutual Tele-:
phone Com pany Limited.; held at the
office cf the Company hi Honolulu.
T; H, February 10th. 1913, the follow
ing officers and Directors wr !eu
cd to serve for the ensuing year; .. '.-'
f. mshop ....r..;..i.v.;.Preideat
Ola ' IT " ttW.it. t.. , u .
J ' R. Gait . . -" . . .M VtM.lw4Mf
J.' A. Balch .....lir.;..:. .Traurp
John Waterhouse 7. . ; ; I .Secretary
who together with J. Klamp' and R.
A-r Cooke constitute the Board ot Di
rectors, and Cv Omsted, Auditor. -
! - - oevrciarj,
Honolulu, Feb. llthj 191X ,
467.-Feb. II, 14.17, 22. 24, 23, Mar.'
,J-;.: '.(. ' -3. 8..; '. .
: Wa!atuV Agricultural Company, 7
:. ' , c- Limited. " : .
i'wuw u ireieujr. Eca,uia( me an
nual meeting of the shareholders ot
the " Waialua Agricultural Company,
Limited; will be held at the office ot
Castle A Cooke, Limited,' at the cor
ner? of Fort and Merchant Streets. In
ruory or',iiawaii, on Tnursaay, reo-
ruary 27tn. 1913. at 10 o ciocx. a. m.
Secretary, Waialua Agricultural Com-
f- Honolulu, ; Hawaii, February 12th.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Pclflc Development Company, Limited-
-.. . . .. . t, , -,.'( -.- . ........,'...
At the annual meeting of the stock',
holders of the : Pacific Development
Comoanv. Ltd" held at the offlo of
Fred L. waiaron. Ltd, uor.c:u:j, -T.
H, on January 30th; 1313, the follow
ing officers, were elected to serve, fcr
the ensuing yean " . y - -
Fred I Waldron T.;.. President
R. J. Pratt Vice-President
W., T. Schmidt . . ..... ... . .Trc usurer
IL Hugo . ... .j. ......... .Crcrstanr
the above named officers, tc-ther
with Br von Damm. R. B. Bocth, Dr.
A. B. Clark, to s form the Boar d of
directors; and; JD. Marques, Auditori
t . , Secretary.,
' 54CSFeb. 12. 13. H.
. C ELECTION CF OFFICZHC
r . Kipahulu Cuar Company .
::'At thVannuaf meeting of ti. 3 stock
holders :of the" Kipahulu "Suzar Com
pany, held at the cffice.cf II. Hack-.
February 11th, 1913, the followicg of
ficers,", were elected to serve for .the1
J; F, Hack! eld',."; . . .i;; .President
Paul R. Isenberg . , , . . Vlce-Pr c -! i est
WPfct: Matter' :.V;.. . I ; .Ti ; .rcf '
F. -Klan: 7. ' . ... , ......S e ere tary '
A, Hanc jerg ; ; . . ...'. . . . Audltof
the above, mentioned officers ta abo
constitute 'the Board cf El. .cl.ii-3. : ,
f 5453 Feb. 12, 13, 14.
NOTICE TO CU-;cni3SR3.
"Notice Is hetcby given thit a new
Directory of .Subscribers cf the Mu
tual Tlnknn fV:. - IAS- Wl Rhnrti
be Issued. . "KVV
All subscribers dgslriag any charge
of name or address, and all intending
fhta ftnmnanv : Arfama. T.nnA. nn nr hn.
fore "Friday,; Feb. 2Sth, 1913. alter
which' date no . changes will be made
for the new directory. i ?
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO LTD
Honolulu, T. IR, Feb. 13, 1313.. : v
5469 Feb. 13, 14;15,:17, 18, 19, 20. 21,
v ZZ, Z4, Zo. Z3, Z7, - - ' ; -
i-r - OY AUTH 0 TtiTY"-'' v
TKV)ERI FOR FrirVITimE. RED.
. i;juu'cii;w tun the ajiiT'
; ; ;- f,s- A8ILU2L "- V'-:
OFFICEt OF THE BOARD OF ; :
' 'VC v -.HE.lLTH. " -
ed -TENDERS r FOR -FURNITURE,
BEDDING, ETC, FOR THE NEW.
BUILDING INSANE '.ASYLUJr, for,
furnishing ; the new. ; building, at the
Insane Asylum, Honolulu, will be re
ceived at the office of the Board of
Health until 12 o'clock, noon, Febru
ary 20th 1913. , ;..-.' . -ii '
Specifications and a lut of articles
required, and. other Information, may
be had upon application at the office
of tbe Board of Health. .
Tenders must be accompanied by a
certified : check equal In amcxiat to 5
per cent of the tender. ' -
nlsbed by the Board of -Health and
must be submitted In accordance with,
and be subject to, the provisions and
requirements of Act 62, Session Laws,
1909. . ...
,The Board of Health does not bind
Itself to accept the lowest or any bid
or tender. ' -y .'' 'y-y '-. ' . -
THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
By its President: ;
J. S. B. PRATT, M. D.
5466Feb. 10. ,11,12, 13, 14 15, 17, 18,
. 19 and 20 :
Sealed tenders w01 be. received by
the Board of Harbor Commissioners
up until 2 p. m. of Wednesday, Febru
ary 19th. 1913, for the construction of
a 10-inch oil pipe line extension,' Ho
nolulu; " r:, ';
Plans, specifications v and blank
forms. for; proposal are on file in tbe
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building. -
The Board of Harbor Commission
ers reserves the right to reject any or
all tenders. - J
- II. K. BISHOP,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, January 30th, 1913, , -f
5453-lOt,- ; I