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EVENINQ nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908.
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Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
. Statement of Condition, June SO, 1908
Cash on hand and In
banks I 92,730.73
llonds . , ' 5,000.00
Stocks nml other lnpst-
. ments ... 20,410.47
Mortgages secured by real
citato . . .'. . lC0.17.ri0
loaiiB demand nml time 283,554.85
F'lirnlUiro nnd fixtures.. 0,352.72
Accrued Interest recclv-
oilier assets li,vi3.79
Wjcrruory oi nnwnu, loumy oi uanu.
S 1, A. N. Catnpboll, Treasurer of tho Henry Watcrhouso Trust Co , Ltd.,
Jlo solemnly Bwcnr that the above statement Is true to the best ot my
'knowledge and belief.
A. N. CAMl'llKLL, Treasurer.
' Subscribed nnd sworn to before nic this 30th day of June, 1908.
if JOHN' GUILD,
1 TOWN AND
3 - COUNTRY
that the contents ot t he new Heinz SANITARY
TIN will have the slightest contamination from acid ac
tion or fermentation that is made impossible by the spe
cial construction of the can, and your
, APPLE BUTTER
is just as delicious and wholesome at your table as it was
when taken out of the kettle.
THERE'S NOTHING THAT GOES QUITE SO WELL
AS HEINZ Apple Butter. Always Fresh
in Small Tins.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
When yon need th-m, where you want them, by using
. a portable ,
Attachable to any electric light socket. .Better than a
vacation. Costs very little.
Hawaiian Electric. Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR AIAKEA.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
' INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
r-ARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
, Our eauinment for producing it includes Steam at all hours, White
Suits for Milkers, Covered Buckets with Absorbent Cotton, Tail Hooks for
ICows' Tails, Thorough Washing of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth .it.
3. . '
'Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
1 60 paid In J 100,000.00
liability .. 100,000.00
Undivided profits ...... 10,925.19
Trditi 'nnd ngencyt nc-
Other liabilities 582.19
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit,
bearing the label of
a value, in that it stands
for so much experience in
cloth:buying, in pattern
draughting and in style
designing. The Cluett
mark assures correctness,
$1.50 and more
CLUETT. TEABODY A CO.. Tro. N. V.
. tltkcrt ot Arrow Collwf X w "i
F. 0. BOX 144.
Will Offer Canned Pines
. for Army and Navy
A couple of attractive sets of plans
for'n Chamber of Commcrco building,
which hud been prepared by Archi
tects Marston Campbell and Kerr,
woro Inspected at the meeting ot the
Hoard of Trustees of the Chamber
csterday afternoon. Although the
plans were much admired, most af
the trustees seemed to be n bit wary
about tackling the building proposi
It was suggested that a rommtttco
bo appointed to look Into the matter,
but 1'fotcnhnuor thought that thero
were too few trustees present to han
dle such an Important matter. T. C.
Davics was of the opinion that there
were already too many ofllre build
ings In town with ofllcc rooms va
cant, nnd the situation would be still
worse when tho new Federal build
ing was complotcd. If tho Chamber
should build thero would bo still nioro
Micant olllres. Morgan explained
that tho main purpose with the build
ing was to Becurc room for exhibi
tions such as oro shown by Cham
bers elsewhere. However, ho would
let tho matter go oor until n moot
ing at which there would Ito a great
er number of trustees present.
Morgan reported that ho hud been
trying, nt tho request of tho authori
ties nt Fort Shorter, to got an exten
sion of tho Kapld Transit lino to Ku-
haulki, but ho nnd so far met with
It wns reported that nn effort
would bo made to have Hawaii fur
nish tho Army and Navy commissar
iats with canned pineapples, tho pro
position having been made to Secre
tary Garfield whon ho w.is hero.
resident Morgan announced tho
appointment of admiral Samuel W.
Very, Gorham D. Oilman, nnd Dr. Ti
tus Munson Coan to represent Hawaii
nt tho Lake Mohonk October Confer
ence. The following icsolutlon was pass
Whereas, the commercial relations
between tho Northwest nnd Hawaii
are rapidly Increasing In Importance,
Whereas, tho various commercial
bodies of that section have always
been active In championing the In
terests of Hawaii,
Now, therefore, bo It Resolved,
That tho secretary be and Is hereby
Instructed to tender to Honorablo
Wnlter F. Frcar, Govornor of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii, the services ot the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce in
any way that they may be utilized to
further his plans for. representation
at the Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc Exposi
tion. Present at the meeting were: Pres
ident J. F. Morgan, Secretary H. P.
Wood, E. I. Spatting, 1 J. Lowrcj,
W. Pfotonhnucr, T. Cllvo Davles, and
A. W. T. Bottomley.
ALAMEDA HAD ROUGH
WEATHER OFF 'FRISCO
The O. S. S. Alameda, Captain
Dowdcll, arrived early this morning,
C dajs and 19 hours out ot San Fran
cisco, though delayed Boincwhat by
a heavy northerly gale just after she
left San l'mnclsco. For 24 hours
sho had to slow up, as sho bucked tho
noas and faced tho hliw. For the
rest of tho tlmo sho walked right
along on her way.
Tho Alameda brought In 1000 tons
of gonoral cargo and 107 Hacks of
mull, besides n good pussongcr list.
She had CO In tho cabin and 39 In
The little boat mado a good run on
most of tho das coming down, hut
tho climax wati capped by a 381-knot
lun in ono day.
At 9:30 o'clock Inst evening, sho
passed tho U. S. S. Culgoa, which ar
rived shortly after her this morning
in tho harbor.
On tho way down tho largo number
ot passengers made things lively. Two
dances were held with great success.
Mrs. Geo. C. PcrklnB, wife pf tho
distinguished California Senator, was
a passenger arriving this morning on
the Alameda. She Is hero for a pleas
Judge Jeremiah Coffee, tho well
known San'Trnuclsco Jurist, with his
nophow, J. V, Coltco, wore arrivals.
Miss Grace Hortenso Tower of Pasa
dena, Cal a newspaper woman, with
her friends. Miss II, llunollo and Miss
Earloy, daughtor of Pasadena's Muy
or, wero also on tho popular liner.
The Alameda carries out the noxt
malls for tho Coast, Wednesday.
S. O. Mlnter, when going at a ter
rific rate on n trial trip In an auto
noar Fullerton, Cal fainted from
heart trouble, his machine ran wild
and upset, and he was killed.
Daniel Matthews, the most bashful
man In Illinois, again drlned his
marriage, no thu giouud that lie
must find u suitable limine for his
ON HEALM AGENTS
Cancel All Commissions
But Will Re-Issue
On account of a Confusion between
Itonrd of Health nRcntB In tho outlying
districts, nil commissions for theso
will bo cancelled In tho near future,
and though most of them will bo re
issued, n weeding out process will bo
gono through before now commissions
nro ghen. This was so decided Ft tho
Doard of Health meeting jestcrday
The matter was brought to tho no
tlco of tho Uoard by tho reading of n
number of letters from arlous places
on tho Island to tho effect thnt when a
government physician refused n He
enso to a boarding house, laundry, or
other place that canio under his Juris
diction, oftentimes a deputy sheriff,
who is also a Hoard ngent, will grant
tho llcenso or recommend that ono bo
granted. Tho Hoird pli nlclnn agents
usunlly baso their refusals on tho
grounds of unsanitary condition, whllo
these nro often overlooked by tho lay
Attorney Ocncr.il Hemcnway'stntcd
that tho best way to straighten mat
ters out would bo to cancel all of tho
commissions for tho tlmo being, nnd
then re-lssuo them only to tho go em
inent phvslclans and such others as
aro needed Without any discussion
further, tho suggestion of tho Attor
ney General wns embodied In a mo
tion and passed by the Hoard.
Mr. Hemenwny then brought out tho
fact that tho Inspection fco charged
by tho ngonts wns too high, It having
do eloped In tho prerollng discussion
thnt the feo was often higher than tho
prlco of the llccnso Itself. Mr. Hem
enway stated that It was his opinion
that any Inspection such charge wns
Illegal, and, If any feo was to bo al
lowed, tho Hoard Itself would hac to
Mand tho expellee.
GIANTS TO PULL
Tho revlvnl ot tugs-of-war In this
city Is creating great enthusiasm
among tho huskies and n couplo of
mighty pulls arc booked for tomorrow
night at the Hawaiian Midway, be
tween Alakea and Richards streets,
Qrace of the O. R. & L. Co. has
been coaching a powerful lot of ne
groes who will tomorrow evening
throw tholi weight against the Jap
anese team, tho strongest team of
Japanese ever gotten together. Ml-
zuka, tho champion wrestler. Is tho
anchor-man for tho Japs and tho rest
are chosctf for strength and endur
ance. They arc In to win and for a
record. Thoi O. It. & L. team also
has a monger nnchor-mnn and they
nre telling everybody that they will
The second tug tomorrow evening
will bo between tho Honolulu nnd
tho Poola teams. Tho Honolulus nro
men picked from tho former llonils
and Hrldges pullers, who won many
contests, nnd thoy nro practicing
dully on their own platform ut tho
Go eminent stables. They, too, nro
out to win. Tho PooIiib aro stove
dorcs, than whom there nro no stron
ger men In the Islands, us a class,
and they Bay on tho waterfront that
there aro none who can beat them.
On Monday evening next tho Por
tuguese team will tussle with tho
Alahn-Amcrlcans and tho Hawalls
will pull against tho Iluchucs.
.loo I.ulz captains the Portuguese,
who nro practicing all tho tlmo on
Punchbowl, on tho Holy Ghost
gioundu, nnd Harry Klemnio cuptalns
tho Aloha-Amerlcnns, who nro being
coached nnd 'held in shape by A. Mc
Dufflc, a big man woll known heio
and who pulled in numerous winning
contests in San Frnnclsco. Ho's wa
gering on victory. Thoy nro tho
heaviest-pulling whito men available,
being composed of men from l'ort
Shutter, tho Marines, nnd the pick ot
Tho Hawalis are old champions,
and liavo not been defeated In flvo
years. Thoy used to bo tho Pactllc
Hardwares. Captain Churlcs Costa Is
In charge and .Georgo Harris Is cotch
Ing, nnd Harris knows as much ,ot
tho sclcnco ot tugging as nnbody In
tho Territory. Ho says, talking ol
Bports generally, that thero Is no
sport lllio tug-of-wur for an exhibi
tion of science, enduranco, strength,
nnd resource. The Iluchucs nro tho
famous Red Shirt llrlgude men who
looked so well In tho march, ut
Prluco David's funeral.
The management of tho Midway
havo enlurgcd tho seating space to
accommodate tho largo ciowd oxpoct
cd and suro to be there tomorrow
Tin cc scouts and ono civilian have
died ot cholera nt Camp Gregg In the
Phlllpplno Islands and In the prov
lnco of Pnngastnan on the Island ot
Luzon ninety-three cases havo been
reported In 2t houts, CO por cont. of
them being fatal.
Count Zeppelin tested n now sldo
stealing genr for his alishlp at Tried
ilc'liHhnfnn, normany, lemulultig In
tho air two hnurx with the iilrAhlp
under perfect tontiol tluoiigh nil
Kinds of maneuvers.
Mr. Richard Buhler
And The Incomparable
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 9TH,
The Silver King
S MONDAY, JULY 13.
"WHY SMITH LEFT HOME'
By special arrangement with Har
old Bwsett, Mme.
the Prima Donna of four continents,
will appear in operatic selections dur
ing the evenings of
FRIDAY, JULY 10. and
TUESDAY, JULY 14.
Prices for these two evenings: Or
chestra Stalls, .tl.00 Dress Circle,
Grand Minstrel and
To Be Given By The
St. Louis College
POPULAR LOCAL AMATEURS
Under The" Direction Of
Mr. 'Sunny' Cunha
Hawaiian Opera House
JULY 0TH AND 11TH.
Fonular Prices 50c., 75c., $1.
ALAKEA ST. and RICHARDS ST.
Half Block From Naval Dock.
A challenge is offered to the mem
bers of the Fleet in any of the above
TAHITIAN DANCES, and
SOUTH SEA ISLAND DANCES.
THE MIDWAY IS OPEN
DAY AND NIGHT.
of Economy in Painting what is it?
Is it economical to buy a paint that
is from 10 to 80 per cent, cheaper
than the best paint
but cannot give that smooth, glossy
finish, and does not wear half so
Use only Pure Prepared Paint, if
you're looking for satisfaction.
177 S. KING ST.
The above reward will be' paid for
the arrest and conviction ot anyono
Mealing flags or decorations ot any
character from public buildings or
buildings owned by private Individ
uals. Uy order ot
Atlantic Fleot Entertainment
Committee ' 40IG-U
For tho return of n Chatelaine
Ilrooch Pin, lost on a Nuunnu Street
Car or getting on or oft same on or
nbout Juno 28th, the day ot Prlnco
, M. BOIIN,
Care Honolulu Iron Works Co. Ltd.
1 . ,
During my nbsonco from Honolulu
Dr. A. R. Rownt will take charge of
DR. W. T. MONSARRAT.
Believe in Lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more abont
FAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rela PAINT and put
on as Paint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
iz, KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs. . ,
Over 150 different reprints from
regular dollar-and-a-half Novels'.
All the latest popular books. Now
is the time to get books you have
wanted at half-price.
Hawaiian News Co.,
KAMS vs. SANTA CLARA
PUNS vs. KE10
1 Admission 25c.
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
e AT o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
EDGEW0R7H and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
NOTICE BY ASSIONEE OF MORT
GAGEE OF HIS INTENTION TO
FORECLOSE MORTGAGE, AND
Pursunnt to a power of ualo con
tained In that certain mortgago mado
by Knmakau (k) nnd 3. W. A. Kn-
lelho-a (k), mortgagors, to Edward
Woltcr, Trustee, mortgagee, dated
tho. 28th day of April, 1890, and
recorded In the Registry Office, Oahu,
In Llhcr 1C3 on pages 151-162, which
mortgage was duly nsslgncd by di
vers nsslgnmcnts to P. E. It. Strnuch,
NOTICE 13 HKIlEnY GIVEN that
said assignee of mortgago Intends to
forocloso said mortgage for condition
broken, to-lt: tho non-payment of
principal and Interest when due.
AND NOTICE 13 HEREBY FUR
THER GIVEN that the property de
scribed In said mortgago will be Kold
at public auction nt tho auction
rooms ot Jntncs V. Morgan, Kaahu
manu Street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
tho 1st day of August, 1908, at 12
o'clock noon ot said day.
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Dcods at tho oxpenso of purchaser.
Dated, Honolulu, Juno 29, 1908.
1 E. R. STRAUCH,
Asslgnco ot Mortgngo.
Tho property described In said
mortgngo and to be sold an n foresaid
2. All that plcro ot land situated
at Malunkn, Honu.iula, Maul, nnd de
scribed In Itoynl Patent lfi0S In M.i
kahanohnno nnd convejed to nald H.
W. A. Knlclho-ii by deed dated Jan
uary 24th, A. D. 1894, and tctorduil
In I.lber 1 Hi, Pages 7fi to 78; con
taining nn nrc.i 30 37-100 acres, nioro
Tho land firstly described In said
mortgugu has been i closed fiom the
Tor further particulars apply to
JA8. V. MORGAN,
Auctioneer, Kaahunianu St., Hono
lulu, or to
MOIITI'OOT & QUAR1.E8,
Attorney for Assignee of Morlgagu,
MtCandlcxs llldg., Honolulu.
4043 July 3, 10, 17, 24.
HIGH SHERIFrslALE NOTICE
Under nnd by virtue of n certain
Alias Execution Issued out of tho Cir
cuit Court ot the I'lrst Circuit, Tcr
iltory of Hawaii, on tho 22nd day ot
June, A. D. 1908, In tho matter ot
Lowers Cool.o, Limited, Plaintiff,
s. Joseph Co3ta and Manuel J. Sllvn,
doing business under tho firm name
of Costa ft Sllvn, Defendants. Antono
Olcelra, Garnishee, I did, on tho 23d
day ot Juno, A. D. 1908, lovy upon,
and shall offer for sale and sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder,
at tho fiont entrance ot tho Cnpltol
nuildtng nt Honolulu, Oahu. at 12
o'clock noon, of S.ituidny, tho 2GtU
day of July. A. D. 1908, all tho right,
tltlo nnd Interest ot the said Joseph
Costn, defendint, In nnd to tho here
inafter described property, unless tho
sum of Two Thousand Two Hundred
nnd Tour nnd 00-100 ($2204.00)
Dollars, that being tho amount for
which said Alias Execution Issued,
together with Intel cat. costB nnd my
feo nnd expenses nro previously paid:
PROPERTY TO HE SOLD.
All thot certain pleco or pnrcol of
land situate nt Piiuoa nnd moro par
ticularly described as follows, to wit:
Ilcglnnlng nt tho South-west toi
nor of this lot, being the north-weft
corner of Lot No. 13 adjoining a,
road.of 11 feet wldo, aud running
N. O' 20' E. true 100 feet along
load II feel wide; thcnio
S. 29" 00' E. mng. 47 feet ulong
Panlnl Award (h. C. A.)
S. G3', 00' V. mai;. 70.0 ftct and
8. 27" 00' B. mag. 40.9 foot along
N. 31 00' V. mag. 09.0 feet Along
Lot No. 1-8 to Initial point.
Aioa R330 squnro fo't more or
less, und bolng Lot No. 12 of Inndii at
I'niion according to suncy anil plan
of C. J. Willis, Surveyor, of Hono
lulu, 'dntcJ January 31, 1901, and
sumo being a portion of land fully
described In h. C. A. '1120 to Nu
maka, and being the snmo premises
comojed to said Joseph Cost-i by
Ltun Lok, by deed, iccordcd In Offlco
of Registrar of Conveyances In Ho
nolulu. In Liber 140, pago 482.
Deod nt tho oxponse of purchiitor.
Dated Juno 23rd, A, D. 1908, ut
High Shorl, Territory ot Hnvall.
4030 June 24: July 10, 31.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE RTOOKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST AMERICAN SAYINGS &
TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD.
Notice Is horoby given that tho an
nual meeting of tho stockholders of
The First American Savings & Trust
Co. of Hawaii, Ltd., for th'e election
of officers and directors, and for st'ch
other business as may bo brought be
fore tho stockholders, will be hold at
its place of business on Kort Street
on Wednesday, tho 15th day of July,
1908, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Honolulu, July 3rd, 1908,
h. T. PECK, ,