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VOL. XVIII. NO. 3346.
HONOLULU,. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, 8ATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Books, Bookish People and Things
W get no good by being ungenerous even to a book.
E. B. Browning.
"The Wanderer." By Henry C. Row
land. 12mo. Cloth. Frontispiece
In color. A. S. Barnes & Co. New
A whimsical story of an American
artist and his friend Brian, who cruise
nbout the Eastern seas In n schooner
tha' really belongs to neither of them.
"Cartaln" Brian Is tho roystcrlng
Irish scion of an old family, as happy
and luckless as the artist Is taciturn
and fortunate. Together they pata
through enough trials and adventures
to make the record very readable.
There arc storms, pirating, mutinies.
which arc told with duo vivacity, and
wher two "lorn" women who havo
misted their boat, como on board t ho
nimM" n KKxpnnn hn n-nt fnrv
l,e)!lns iphlet entitled, "Is II Worth While?
The "artist, though susceptible to fo.D Pay?" which may bo had for
male charms. Is not a favorite among the vng. ...
women, and ho always falls to securol . ......
the wormin he wants. Brian, on the A .report of "u P01'? ?e Mcd cln.
nthir hnn.l. nlnavs micron,!, almost t d'hygleno Troplcalcs" Is received.
without trying': and so at Inst through
stress of storm and courtship Brian's
possession of his ship and he girl ho
loves Is made sure.
All illfTlriiltlnfl ittannnpnr. nnlv thn
artist, who has made n name In the or jonn uariioti. autnor or "amiiar
world. Is refused by the third and last . ?,uota''0'". Icnry "Mland. and Al
,,, ,,.,, i, i. .iif.M.,1 nmi'blon W. Tourgce. novelists, are ehron-
ho subsides Into the advantages of
assurance that had ho married ho
would not have been happy nnyway.
There arc somo laughable situations,
and the whole book is told In a most
In "Public Opinion" of February 17
there Is a very Interesting "Weekly
Kourd Up," containing timely notes,
' abstracts and Illustrations.
The January "Book News" Is nearly
nil given up to Benjamin Franklin and
hlj fascinating life.
The same number contains two good
late pictures of Mark Twain, and a
most reasonable paper on tho "Inevi
table Reader." '
Flltcenth Annual Report of tho Stato
Board of Health of Florida. Drew
Press, Jacksonville, Flo. An Interest
Ing contribution to medical literature,
! t -fr
No. 2. Vol. 1 of "Tho Cu'lturlst" U
received. It Is dcotcd to "Ethlco.
Sociology, Economics, Metaphysics, and
the Science of national Living." Cin
"The Craftsman" for Mnrch has two
notablo articles beautifully Illustrated
"The National Note In Our Art; n
Distinctive American Quality Domi
nant at the Pennsylvania Academy,"
and "A Painter of American Land
scape" (Albert L. droll).
We nro In receipt of a booklet con
taining extracts from "Tho Teacher's
Problem," a book issued by the
Youth's Companion. "Every school
teacher Is confronted with the dual
prooiem or tcacning tnose wno uie
willing, and reshaping the characters
of the rebellious so tlyit they shall b4
willing. How tills difficulty Is to be
overcome Is suggested In this little
book. It Is largely made up of letters
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fiom'ttacncrs in various ports of the en to prevent the wholesale destruction feet liberty to plnco their own motor they are elected, but as long as they pendltures.Mlprovlslons for Judicial In
country who havo wrestlod with tha of her forests, tho country will soon ho cars, carriages and horses or those of retain their seats. 'qulry of contributions by corporations,
mot advtrse conditions In tho school
THE KEEPER OF
i rain WKk'ArWMML
1IH IBRJ vKBSBb
room, and have overcome them by tact
pntlcnco and strength of character.
The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass.
In "The International Journal of
Ethics" for January (Quarterly) Miss
c. f. Yongs writes on "Suicide: Borne
of Its Causes and Preventives." and I)r,
Hlchard C. Cabot, of Boston, has a sug
gestive paper on "Ethical Forces In tho
Fractjco of Medicine."
"Ethical Addresses" for January has
for Its leading article "The Persecution
or the Jews" by Nathaniel Schmidt of
The Nunc Licet Press, Philadelphia,
reviews Its good work In a little para
ilnstltut de Medicine, Paris, Franco,
In "Book News" for February Homer
St. Cautions writes on "The Lesser Lit
erary Centers oi America." Tho deaths
"Trigg's Magazine," by Oscnr Lovill
Trlgga, seems to be deoted pUnclpnlly
to Industrial education this month
Tho general rcopo of tho publication,
however, Is wider, and Includes civic
reform, socialism, literary Interpreta
tion and poetry. Oscar L. Tribbs Pub.
Co , 355 Dearborn St., Chicago.
"Motoring Around Havana" Is a
readable article In tho January "Cuba
Review and Bulletin." Thtra nro soma
handsome pictures in this nnd the Feu
10 SEEK THE IIITI
The Bulletin finds It necessary
4 to establish a sew rule In con-
nortion with tho automobllo con-
A change In the delivery of a
4- paper from tho person now re-
celvlng It to anotner of the same
family cannot be accepted as a
new subscriber, nor will an addl-
4- tlonal paper sent to a person al-
S- ready receiving the psper be' ac-
$ cepted as a new subscriber.
4 Tho Bulletin has been very
careful that thero shall bo abso-
lute fair play In dealing with the
contestants. It must also sco
that the contestants are equally
straightforward In their relations 4
4 with tho paper. Tho matter is
4- brought early to the attention of 4
the many people Interested In 4
order that there nay be no mis-
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Mexico has awakened to tho fact
that nnioaa vli-nrmii mMmrM urn tnk-.
New York World.
How Money Figures In Elections
To Parliament Of Great Britain
CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT MERELY FORCES DIFFERENT METHQDS
Lonilon, Mch. 7. It Is estimated that
the general election In all cost oftV according to tho corrupt practices act,
daily something like (5.000,000. In apply,
reality It represented an cxpcndlturo How Laws Are Evaded,
of at least thrlco that sum. One nu-l There Is no law against what Is hero
thorlty, who has had great experience' called "nursing a constituency" before
of political fights behind tho scenes, an election. As a prospective candl
places It at 120,000.000. From this It data merely, the man or wealth can
will bo Inferred that tho admission fco spend monoy freely In paving the way
to "tho finest club In tho world," as to victory. It Isn't considered bribery
tho House of Commons has been call-, and corruption then; It Is open-handed,
amounts to a stiff sum, and, other ed generosity and lamlablo public splr-
things being equal, .tho man with tho
longest purso stands tho best chnnco
of getting In. Tho "sack" counts here
for qulto as much as It does In Amer
ica. Tho official estimate Is based on the
rigid restrictions placed by tho cor
rupt practices act on the amount of
Unpncy candidates may expend to get
elected. Under that measure, wnicn
was passed In 1883, In borough elec
tions In Great Britain, where tho num
ber of electors does not exceed 2,000,
the maximum amount which a candi
date may expend Is limited to $1,760,
and tho county constituencies oi a Bim
. . . it k . ..-4 Hfc . A.ft 9 OAA
$300 respectively for boroughs
Thn limit, nt lnrltlmnt rinendltiiro
re nTd Uon" 'oVoeerrna
t allowance Is made of 3150 and speak of agricultural societies, rln.l
aro defined on a moro liberal scale In Buffalo, a Free 1 orcstcr. n member of
country than In town districts, for tho 'he Twentieth Century Benoflt I.qultn
reason that the voters aro much moro bio Society, and last, but not least, tha
scattered and It must necessarily cost Cabmens Sick. Benefit 8oclety, Ho
n.n.inio. mnra in lii-in thMr nor. was afraid that the people of Newport
1 suaclvo oratory to bear on tho bucolic
Intelligence. "Kin oi h iiuiiui-iuu, uut ua u sun ui
' ItlMi elections aro run on a,chcaper pocket Hercules."
scnli of legitimate expenditure which I Obtlously the phrase " a pocket Hor
must be exceedingly welcome to tho cules" Is not Intended to mean a Her.
candidates, who aro seldom men of eules of small size, but a Hercules of
means.. In boroughs where the num. the pocket that Is to say n man whose,
ber of olectora does not oxceed BOOmi strengtli.or Influences chiefly that of
man may get Into Parliament for the pocket. But tho speech shows the
$1,000. Whcro tho number runs up to superiority of British mothods com
1,500 ho must not spend moro than pared with those of Tammany for In
$1,375. In counties of 2,000 electors stance. Voters aro not bought. The
his expenditures nro limited to $2,500. "pocket Hercules" ndvocntcs what he
All Parliamentary candidates havo regards as the right and patriotic
to' fllo Bworn statements of what they cause, and as for bribery or anything
have oxnended In tho fight In tho of that sort ho, would scorn tho nctlon.
general eloctlon of 1892 tho offlclnl re-1
turns showed an average outlay by
each candidate of $5,500 In tho caso of
a county and about $3,000 In tho caso
of ii borough constituency.
Advantages for the Rich.
Whllo placing strict limits on tho
amounts that candidates may expend
on elections, the corrupt practices act
Is equally stringent In conunlng that
cxptndlturo within legitimate chnn-
nclJ. Treating in nil forms Is barred,
Music to sootho tho savago elector Is
Illegal, If provided attthe candidate's
expenso, but there aro no restriction.!
on gratuitous singing and playing.
Two Irish Judges have declared that
a minister of religion must not hold
! out hopes of reward here or 1
. as an Inducement to vote foi
for any par-
' candidates arn nrohlhltcd from hlr.
Ing vehicles of any sort to convey vo-
ters to tuo nous, but they aro at no T-
.ihAt reinnrfa n iiin iiiannnna ihni
their friends at tho disposal of their
constituents for the purpose. This In-
tcrprotatlon of tho law confers a con-
.Mnrnliln BilvatitnEra nn ninlranl. fni-
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rnruameniary nooors wno are wen on
For, whereas rich candidates and their
friends can place any number of their
private carriages anu automobiles at
tho disposal of electors of .their par
ty, many of whom greatly relish tha
privilege of riding for once In a gor
goous equipage, poor candidates aro
debarred from hiring public convey
ances to convey voters to tho polls.
Candidates aro held retponslblo for
all tho acts of their agents. Jesse,
Colllngs was'onco unseated after being
retumed as member for Ipswich mere
ly because one of his agents had pro
mlsed to pay tho sum of 3s Cd nbout
80 cents for defraying tho cst of tho
railroad ticket to Ipswich of a Blnglo
voter who was temporarily absent
from tho noils. Tho agent did not ro-
deom the promise, for he discovered om-Timo Form or arait.
that ho had dono wrong in making tho Desplto all that Is said of tho "ter
offor, but nevertheless tho Supremo riblo corruption of American politics,"
Court, deemed the circumstance sui-
ficloiitly heinous to deprive Mr. Coll-1
Ingj of his seat,- although the vote in it aces in America, uui it is oiuain- en
.question would havo made no differ-ted In a different fashion. For the prln- Prince Edward of Wolw has a col
ence In tho result. 'Iclpal subscribers ore not rich corpor- loctlon of seablrds eggs from St. Klldt
Penalties aro severe enough to
raako tho most hardened candidate
careful. Briber and bribed alike may
bo punished by twelve months' Imprls.
onment, with or without hard labor, or
a lino of xi.uou. And tno cnnuiaate
may iasu nis peui ana uo lorever ira uuu hiiikihuuuub imvu uevu tun-,
qualified from representing tho con- ferred since tho corrupt practices act,
stltuency, Jwros passed, which aro admittedly
Tho corrupt practices act, and tho . merely party rewards for liberal con-
measures adopted for its enforcement,1 trlbutlons to tho olectoral campaign
nro often referred to as proof that pol- fund. In this way Lord Burton, Lord
, Hies In England Is righteousness undo- Iveagh, Lord Ardllaun, thrlco mult I-
filed compared with the business that millionaire brewers, gained their elo-l
' ..Ana hw thn mmn nntnti In Amurlnn I vntfnna tn thn Ilnimn fit T.nri1 Rnv. I
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iiuv 11 in ouiy uiier mo wrun uru uui
ana ma election uauie lecnnicaiiy uo -
gins that tho rules of party warfare,
It. Many a would-bo statesman spends
thousands In making himself solid
with the voters. That process costs
him vastly moro than tho law permits
him to spend on the election Itself,
How It Is dono Is well Indicated In tho
following report of a speech made byi
a prospective Conservative candidate
In Wales, which Is extracted from tho
"Personally he know, although ho
had only been resident In their midst
about two years, a good deal about tho
social side of tho town . He was a
member of 38 football clubi. 12 cricket
clubs. 4 or B homing pigeon societies,
I.Ii.aIa ntaalt-a tA-.I-.T..a-J nl It I Mnl VlflBl-.M
clubs, mortlcultural societies ami enry-j""
Iln wn n n nnl
Odd Fellow, a Forester, a Druid, n
u'" lot lok uPn hlm much in tho
But happening to take a manly In
lercst In lootball, cricket, pigeons, hi.
cycling, hockey, golf, racing, farming,
and friendly tocletles, ho becomes a
member and patron of various clubs
devoted (o thcio causes. And being a
candid man, ho mentions this fact at
a dinner when his remarks are report
cd In a paper which supporters pollt-
m many constituencies, m ract no
majority, the determining factor In tho!
selection of a candidate Is the amount
of money which ho Is likely to expend
on mo aisirici. u is wis which jiiu
so many young lordllngs, fresh from
the universities and totally Ignorant
of politics. Into the Ilono of Com
mons. Vhe same consideration wins a
scat for Squlro Longjaw ond makes
the brewer an Mi P. Tho terms of the
bargain are thoroughly iimlorntood on
both sides, mo canuiaatcs must
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SDentt money ireeiy, not onir ueiuru
Of course, there aro somo men who
sit iniirna in fir,
escape these Impositions by their (
brilliancy and eloquence. Tholr prcs-
nnPfl In Plirllamnnt Is rnnsldcrUll SO
i.ii ... . .k.l. ll,l..1 ..
imimui-inuuiu iu mni iiuuuvai iunj
that the managers of tho latter pay I
their electoral expenses from tho cam. I
palgn fund. As soon as thoy have
served through the entire term of
Parliament for ono constituency, they
aro nominated In tho next Parliament
for some other electoral district) as
fflr tlllltflnt flU nnflslhln fmni thu fll-nt I
ono, and whero their disinclination to '
respond to appeals on their purses Is
moro or less unknown. Tho managers
of a party usually take care to havo a
candidate of this kind that Is to say,
one who possesses more brains than
money followed by ono who has
more money than brains. In this way
things are evened up and the voters
pnnentcd from losing faith In tho par
ty s gospel of political .sanation,
mo campaign runu piays quite as im
portanC a part In Rngllsh elections as
atlons who seek legislative, protection,
or ofnce-holders, prospective or act
ual, but rich men who are amtlous el
ther for scats In Parliament or titular
A largo number of peerages, baronet
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wii umci iuikuiuu uauivu wuu uwo(
i ineir inclusion among uiu uereuuary
legislators to tho fact that they havo
shelled out" generously to win vie
torles o.t tho polls.
Of course, tho number who havo
won minor honors by liberal contribu
tions to party exchequers Is much
greater. Tho King, as .did the lato
Queen, sanctions tho Bystem. Each
outgoing and Incoming Premier sub
mits to tho sovereign a list of honors
nnd dignities which are admittedly re
wards not for services to tho nation,
but for services to one or other of tho
political parties In the shape of largo
contributions to the campaign fund,
Such things would cause trouble In
America, but no ono thinks of kicking
up a row oor It hero. Campaign
funds are never subjects of Parliamen
tary or Judicial Investigation.
Ono opportunity members of Parlia
ment have of recouping themselves In
a measure for what it has cost them to
get thoro, of which they aro not slow
to avail themselves. That Is by serv
ing as company directors. Companies
llko to hato M. P.'s on their boards.
They nro regarded ub good bolt for
" & .toSL.t.w'0?.he2
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j hoards of- 3C7 companies.. This gives
a total of 1010 directorships held by
members- of tho lipper and lower
Several members of Mr. Balfour's
lato Cabinet wero company directors.
But the now Premier, Sir Henry Camp
bcll-Bannerman, has made It a rulo
that no member of his Ministry shall
hold such Jobs. They must havo no
Interests which might conflict with
their services to tho nation which pays
Reforming The Ballot
Is Federation Scheme
Now York, March 7. The nattqnnl
conference for the reform of the pri
mary and election laws, held here un
der tho auspices of tho National Civic
Federation, rontludcd Its sessions to
day. It Is expected that the work for
ballot reform begun by tho conference
will be carried forwnrd by a depart
ment or tno notional uivic federation,
charged with this duty, and created
through n resolution adopted by tho
conference. This resolution was In-
troduced by Josinh Qulnry of Boston
AU ,ho m,m1).rg ,)f tne conference are
, i,PPnmo mi.mlir. nf thn now ,u
artmont. Annthrr mpetlnir nf thn'ici""ul "iclr representatives could
.onf.renrn. It Is nrnvldpil hIihII he
called at euch, futura time as may be
expedient. A resolution Introduced by
Qulccy and adopted reads:
"Resolved, That experience shows
that existing provisions of criminal
law against tho nurchaso of votes are
Inadequate; that proper corrupt-prac-
Mui.iiuuiii uiut ui waive luiiuui-m u i
ticos legislation should Include (1) tno
nubllcatlon nf all r-nntrlhiitlnnn nntl cy.
(3) tho definition and limitation of per-
mlsslblo political expenditures, (4)
provisions for Judicial Inquiry Into
1nntlnn nvnunfllturA nn.l a.l.lan,. nt
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cornipi pracuces, in wnicn proceeding ----- - - - -- -.--
any cltlion may participate, (5) tho10',e1,tatefre1ntav"' mortgaged to tho
punishment of corrupt practices by noweud private banks, with foreign
further penalties, such as disfranchise
ment or disqualification for office, In
addition to fine or Imprisonment."
Tim conference docllncd to adopt A
resolution declaring for direct nomlna-
tlnn IllPnilwh tha nplmn.u mvalnwn ..-
ferrlng tho matter, by a vote of 10 to
11, tc tho department of the Civic Ffld-
Frnnklln-r"$hy do you read tho
Wnnthni- fni-nnfltaT11 IMnn "T. .am
what tho other people ore laughing,
You must not Judgo the length of. a
woman's prayer by tho size of her dis
course ou a piece of bargain goods.
Dills "That hunter woutd be a cinch
nt noker." Wills "WhvT" mils "lln
Is always a mile behind the game."
which is said to be the finest In tho
Joseph Nix, the Wosleyan reformer,
took 3815 signatures to the pledge In
Ii nine days' Roscel temneranrn mpntlnir
rccenuy neia in uraatorn, I.ngland.
The Itev. Silvester Home has a bll-
Hard room at Whltefield Tabernanlo,
London, says the Ham's Horn, and ho
says It has been the best recruiting
ground for his church,
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eic, roanuisciurca ny too IJUlietlQ Pub-1
IUSSIAN SCHEME TO FORCE
MORE LIBtRAL IOVEHMENT
A8SEMDLY IN FINLAND FIRST OF
APRII BANKS ARRANQE FOR
PURCHASE OF LANDS DY
SI. Petersburg, March 23. The sal
tation among tho workmen's organiza
tions lnvolTfl n hnld nlnn nn Itin nurt
of the Socfol Democrats, revolutionists 'lon Dollars (tl.000.OM.00) upon tho
and other radical elements to send del- 'Bt d7 of April, 1108, and that said
egates elected secretly to a meeting to onds -will be paid with Interest to
bo railed at some place In Finland early A,,r" 180(!. nDOn presentation and
In April, at which nn ultimate plan of ueoler thereof at the office of the
operations will bo decided upon. A dl- Y'raP"n'', n',0u M"b 31, 1806 (said
Mslon of sentiments exists among the ,'"' ' 'j10 Mag Bonflay); nnd no
Itaders. Some of them favor calling a.",1" " """her given that tke said W-al-
general stilke in tho middle of April ,f?,Ai , ComPnJr' Limited.
for the purpose of forcing the lower
house of Parliament to demand the Im
mediate convocation of a Constituent
Assembly on the basis of universal
suffrage, but the more sudaclous aim
at setting up a provisional government.
riiey believe the time Is ripe to organ
'" a general uprising and that If sue.
boldly contest the authority of the Got
ernnient. Tho authorities here, who
perfectly realize that something big Is
preparing, already have learned of the
possibility of a general strike and In
terlor Minister Durnovo has sent cir
culars to the Governors General und
Governors apprising them of the stain
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the necessary measures" to meet Uic
Premier Wltte's projoct to permit thai
peasant banks to issue 5 per cent bonds
to finance the purchase of land from
the proprietors and Its sale to the
feasants, has been adopted by the
'Cniinell nf th lJTmntrn Thn mnfnrllt'
connections, and the bonds will be used
to satlsfjrthcsa mortgages, the banks
Guaranteeing 0 per cent Interest for fif
teen jears on the balance due the land
owners. The question of the methods which
!i', nca"aul n. to follow in real
' inyimnu nas not yet uecn
jolted. At this stago tho scheme docs
jiui invoivo ex-propnntion uy law nor
the compulsory sale of estates to the
peasant uauks. As ft means of expo-
"'V"" 'ho ul J18 ". Political Prisoners
with whom the prisons are filled, the
Council of the Umpire has considered
a law empowering public protecutois
" T," ,X nVnV" "" 'K.'V, !
to trial, without awaiting an ordor
from a superior court, which under th 0 Dre cnt tho .1 .m.SU!a'
existing law Involves'lndednlte delays. I !0Treasurorof thS Comwny" at'hla
. t ,' " ' , ..lonco I" the Hnckfeld Building. In
A London advertiser offers, for 142 'Honolulu nn ti.n i.t .i.v r.r ni ; Jr
or a gramophone, a gray African par.
' n f-rnmnnhnnn n ,nv Afrlnnn nar
tot, six years old, that can speak dis
tinctly SOl) words and uses sentence
of from twenty to thirty words,
The world may owo jou a living, but
It Is up to you to collect the bill.
Boyco "Judging from the length of
the tuluteter's sermon, ho doesn't think
that a word to the wise Is 'sufficient."
Joyce "A word to the sinners, you
You look more dignified walking In
the middle of tho street than falling on
an ley sidewalk.
itss bright ideaThB mntni nnii.h,
cherry trtt, but now It's an old!
Pittsburo Prw- r
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Notice of Payment ofr
Notice, is hereby irtren that tho Wal
alna Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its right to' pay thu
whole of Its bonds leaned and'daTed-
April 1, 1001, amounting to Ono MU
will be In do wlso chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
aid first day of April. 100C.
W. A. BOWHN, Treasurer.
Walalua Agricultural Company, Llm- -Ited.
Honolulu, T. H., February 21. 1906:?
3Jlato Mar 31 .
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
TION CO., LTD.
At the Annual Meeting of tho Stock
holders of tho Inter-Island 8tcam' Nav
igation Co.. Ltd.. held this rliv. tha fni.
lowing Directors were duly ejected "to
serro during the ensuing; year:
August Dreler Geo. N. Wilcox: T
A. 8. Wilcox C. M. Cookel
W. O. 8mlth J. M. DowMtt
James A. Kennedy. 0'iV
At a meeting of tho Board of Direct?,
ors, held this day, tho feUqwIng offl-'
cors wero duly elected to servo for thai"
ensuing year: ",3SW&
James A. Kenned, Dm. 1.1. :..
Jas. L. McLean.... Vice President
N. E. Gedgo jJl
Treasurer! and Secretary Jl
Z. K. Myers Auditor?!
uonoiuiu, fliarcn usm. 1000.
N. E. QEnnR
Secretary InteMsIand Bteara Narfl
Co, Ltd. 3343 Iwj
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED?!
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.'
Pursuant to resolution Dassed at ih.v
annual ctockholders mcotlns of I Ihtsfi
Company notice 1. hereby rim'taM
2"f" 2f,.H2!T. .nh.. CP"
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liwu; auu nuuco is aiso given mat nay
lurioer interest win ba paid on bondsl
outstanding after said 1st day of April
190S, as Interest will cease on said'
W, rrUTKNIIAUER. j,1
Treasurer Oabu Sugar Company, LtdU-d
uuieu, uonoiuiu, reu. 23, isos,
Mr, O. Somma, who formerly
ducted the barber shop at 928 F
street has reopenod a new. neat I
clean shop at No, 10 Klnc'aear Nuu
anu street. , 3J2S-1m1
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