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TS made of selected tart apples, boiled in
pure cider. It's made in the Heinz
There is no relish that is quite so gooc
It is so high in quality, so pure in
flavor, and so cheap in price that all good
housewives order it ir stead of putting up
In the Heinz Sanitary Tin it retains all
its true flavor and delicious wholesome-
ness absolutely unaltered
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TcnniTOiiT of haw-aid
ISLAND OF' OAUU )ss:
CIT.Y OK HONOLULU )
CECIL UROWN and L. T. PECK,
being each duly sworn, depose and
ay that they are respectively Presi
dent and Cashier ot THE: FIRST
AMERICAN SAVINGS & TRUST CO.
OF; HAWAII, LTD., and that the fol
lowing; schedule Is a full, true. Just,
and accurate statement of the affairs
of the said THE FIRST AMERICAN
SAVINGS & TRUST CO. OF HAWAII,
LTD., to and Including the 30th day
of June, 1908, such schedule being
required by Section 14 of tho Bank
ing Act of 1884.
The authorized Capital of tho Com
pany Is 1200.000.00, divided Into 2,
OOO.shares of the par value ot 1100.00
each. The number of shares Issued Is
2,000; fifty per cent., equal to 1100,
000,, has been paid In on the stock,
leaving 1100,000.00 subject to bo
The Liabilities of the Company on
the .first day of July, 1908, were as
Capital, paid up $100,000.00
Undivided Profits 8,773 00
The Assets of tho Com
pany on the first day of
July, 1908, were as fol
lows: Bills Receiv
Borfds 291.G87.D0 "
Real Estate 23,000.00
C si s h on
Itrbank .. 82,940.82
1908 .... 6,782.69
count ... 1,700.00
i (Sgnd.) CECIL BROWN,
' J (Sgnd.) L. T. PECK.
j Subscribed and Bworn to before ma
triisT27th day of July, 1908.
FRANK F. FERNANDES,
N6tfcry Public, First Judicial Circuit.
thereby certify that the foregoing
is a true and faithful copy ot tho
original statement or schedule of
THE FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS &
TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD,,
.worn to beforo mo on the 27th day
Qlven under my hand and seal this
27th, day of July, 1908.
FRANK F. FERNANDES,
lfotry Public, FlrBt Judicial Circuit
l'e DiT U for UQuMtrt
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H !'ACKFELD & CO,. LTD,
THE DREADED BUBONSG PLAGUE
The Citizens' Health Committee says: "This plague It primarily a
disease ol the rat" Nothing else is so sure destroyer oi rats, driving
them out ol the house to die, as
Rat and Roach Paste
The health authorities recommend Electric Paste the U. S. Government
buys it and uses it as the most reliable rat poison known. For your
own protection use Steams'. Electric Paste around your premises and
kill and keep away the dangerous rats.
The Purest, Richest and Bert
For Table and Kitchen use
"Gives Everything a Better Flavor"
Ask your grocer for it,. """H "T ";
Thco. H. Davies & Co., Ltd,,
HM. E SUVA
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art ot
imbalming, io that bodies oan be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Qive him a call end his work will
speak for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 17B;
Night Call, 1014.
whmjsiiiii ua rrnuMWt wm.-. .1 m fin i n sssssss mims as .
2 oi. box aooj 10 ox. box SI. OO.
Sold ti druosliU and ptnirtl itort .rrht or
lint dictct prepiid on receipt ol eric.
Stearns' Electric Paste Co.
BUFFALO, N. V..
U. S. A.
I HI '. sail
75c, Per Month
HOHOLOLU, T.H.', SATUnDAV,'rJAua..''l, 1903.'.';" 1 JL
For Change In Flag
Fourth of July this )ear witnessed ornl orders cnlllng for tho ndoptiati
tho formal Introduction of a newif tho new flag. Tho order of Sec-
American flag. Of course, tho Na
tion's emblem did not undergo any
radical chnngo on the Nation's birth
day, but rnthcr It was "enlarged nnd
Improved" by the addition of a new
star for tho now State of Oklahoma.
The general public has been wont to
think of Oklahoma as n full-fledged
member of tho sisterhood ot States
ever since notion was taken many
months ngo looking to her admission
to tile Union, but us a matter of fact
fhc did not fully attain to tho dig
nity ot her new relation until In
dependence Day, when Undo Sam
unfurled a 4C-stnr (lag In her honor.
Tho now flag, which by mandate
of tho United States (im eminent will
henceforth constitute our national
Insignia, was designed nlmost a year
n Go, and far months pnst tho govern
mental nnd private flng-mnlicrs have
been busy nddlng the new star to
each flag in stock nnd manufacturing
new flags with tho revised arrange
ment of Btars. This has been no
small task, for tho (luxcrnment has
thousands upon thousands of lings
of ono size or another In iiko in nil
parts of tho world. That Undo Sam
has been forehanded In tills mutter,
however, is attested by llio fact that
soma weeks ngo the ofllclnls of the
Hnuso of Representatives Inadvert
ently violated the law by raising a
4G-8tar flag over llio United States
Capitol. Of course, It was nil n mis
take, but it proved that new lings
wcro In hand at tho Nutlon'a law
factory all ready for uso weeks be
foro they wcro needed.
The United States Nnvy Depart
ment nnd tho War Department nro
Jointly tho custodians of tho Amer
ican flag. Not only do they lire
moro flags than nnjbody else, hut
they manufacture their own (lags.
Tho flags for the ships and stations
of tho Navy nro niado by largo
forces of expert llngmakcrs at tho
Navy Yards at Iirooklyn, N. Y., and
Muro Iuliind, Cnl.. yher6as tho red,
white, anil blue bunting comprising
tho Army flags Is tewed together at
ono or another of tho Government
arsenals. All the other flags used by
Uncle Sam, Including thoso which
float from tho public buildings scat
tered throughout tho land nnd the
"bianth ofllces" of tho Government
In foreign parts, nro manufactured
by private 'firms under contract with
tha Government. However, whenev
er it Is necessary upon the admission
of a new Stato to rearrange tho ling,
ns in tho present Instance, the vari
ous Federal departments that make
outside purchntes of lings tuko their
cuo from tho Navy nnd War Depart'
uicnts and Instruct tho private liag-
makcrs to follow whatover derlgn
may bo adopted liy tho righting serv
ices. Them is no ritlo stipulating wheth
er tho Navy Department or the War
V purtment slinll tnko tho Initiative
In providing n now design for the
ll.nj when n change becomes ncces
fary In tho present Instanco tho
Navy penplo got nho.id of thulr mill
tn.-y lirothrnn In planning fur tho
transformation of tho Stars and
Stripes. No sooner hnd It becomo n
certainty that Oklnhomn would ho
admitted to the Union than tha mat
ter of ic-arrnnging tho flag was
brought to tho attention ot tho head
of the Navy Department by Mr. A. C.
Wrenu, chief clerk of tho lluronu of
I-qulpincnt. This latter otllco hns, as
n part ot its work, the provision of
the Hags needed for all our warships,
and Mr. Wrenn was particularly In
terested In tho HiibJcct through n
long-continued study of tho history
of the flag und Its evolution.
The powers that ho In tho Nnvy
Department decided that, nlthough
there was no immediate need for tho
now flag, It would bo an excellent
Idea to perfect plans for tho chnngo
when It should ho necessary. Ac
ocrdlngly, Flag Architect AVrcnn was
asked to prcparo several different de
signs that Is, soveral posslblo nr
inngomcnts ot tho stars, for, ot
couise, tho 13 stripes rcpiesontlng
tho 13 original States remain un
changed, no matter how many latter
day additions there may bo to Undo
Sam's family, Tho ling export found
that ho had no cusy task ahead of
li 1 in. Not only was It dcslrablo to
perfect tho most artistic posslblo ar
rangement of tho stars, but It was
nlso necessary to constantly hear In
mind that the Bchomo ot rearrange
ment must bo such that n star could
bo added to each of tho flags already
on hand without marring their ap
pearance, llnwovcr, Mr. Wronn finally ovnlv-
cd Hi ipo different designs, each ful
filling all requirements. One of
theto was chosen by the ofllclnls of
tho Nnvy Department and reconimon
ded to the Joint Army and Navy
Hoard, of which Admiral Dowoy Is
picsldent. This body unhesitatingly
nOnpted tho Indorsed design, nn.l
thereupon the Socrotury of the Nnvy
and tho Secretary of War Issued gen-
ictiiry Alctcnlf, wltlcu cinlioulcs tho
ofllclal description ot tho new flag,
wna us follows: "To comply with
tho provisions ot Section 1792 of tho
Revised Statutes ot the United
States, the union of the national en
sign nnd tho union Jack used by the
naval scrvlca shall, on nnd after
July 4, 1 90S, contain 10 Btars, ar-
iangcd-ln bI lows tho first, third,
fourth, nnd sixth rows to have eight
stars each, and the second nnd llfth
lows to have beven Btars each."
No sooner had the newspapers
mado mention of tho fnct that tho
Government experts wcro wrestling
with tho problem of tho renrrangO'
ment of tho ling tlinu voluntnry sug
gestions began to pour Into Washing
ton from all parts of tho country.
Tho men nnd women who had Ideas
as to how tho Dng should ho nrrnngod
sent their suggestions through vari
ous channels. Dozens ot such com
munications enma to tha .War and
Nnvy Departments dhect, others
woro sent to Sclintora nnd ltcprescn
tntlvcs In Congress nnd a number
wero transmitted to tha White
House. Ono man, u resident ot
llloomvllle, O., look the trouble to
go to Washington nnd personally laid
beforo President Roosevelt n gconict
rl,cal design In which ths 40 stars
wcro mado to form n big stnr with
A Massachusetts mnu wanted to
have the btars arranged In the order
of tho ndmlsblon of tho States to tho
Union, nnd ono designer proposed
that tho stars bo arranged to con
form to tho radiating spokes of u
wheel. Considering tho fnct that tho
Government hnd offered mi prlzo for
n design hud not even Invited sug
gestions tho widespread Interest
was remarkable, and ono enthusiast
went to tho cxicnso ot having spe
cially prcp.ircd u small hook on tho
led leather cover of which ho had
Impressed In gold an arrangement of
tho stni-B placed In ncconlanco with
Ills Ideas. Tile leaves of tho little
volume wero given over to a Written
explanation of the advantages of the
However, tho ofllclnls had passed
upon und approved tha design sub
mitted by Mr. Wrenn cro this nva
lancho ot flag correspondent descen
ded upon tho Government olllcca. As
was perhaps to bo expedited, quite
a number ot persons living In widely
beparated sections of the country ul
timately submitted plans nlmost
Identical with tho ono first presented
by Mr. Wronn. Ono innn, foimcr
snllmnkcr In tho United States Nuvy,
now residing In Maine, got his tug
gestlou In only n fow dnB after tho
acceptance of tho design originated
In the Department nnd tilts Maine
man cent with his communication an
American flag with tho sturs arrang
ed in tho new form. This little plcco
of bunting is now preserved in the
archives of tho Navy Department ns
tho flist ling of the now typo.
As was perhaps to bo expected,
many suggestions for1 tho now flag
cumo from tho State ot Oklahoma.
Tho American Hag was adopted In
tho summer ot 1777 an tho result of
tho work of n committee ot which
Ilcnjamln I'nuiklin was a member
nnd emtio as tho succcsbor of a varied
ana promiscuous lot of lings which
hud been in uso during tllo earlier
days of the Wnr for Independence.
Ileforo lletsy IUm made tho flrst na
tional emblem In accordance with tho
plan followed to this day moro than
CO lings had been conceived, used
and discarded. So long as tho conn
try was composed of tho 1.1 original
States there, wero III stripes and 13
stnrs arranged In n circle. However,
nttor Vermont beenmo n Stato, In
17U1, und Kentucky entered tho fam
ily, In 1792, It was deemed ndvlsablo
to place tho stars In tho form of n
In 1812 Congrcsi appointed a
committee to decide on a permanent
design for the Hag. Soveral stripes
hud mciinwhllo been added to tho
original 13, but It was foreseen Hint
this could not bo continued It many
moro Stntes woro to ho admitted with
out danger ot making tho flag Inui
tlstlo or unwieldy, and so tho Con
gressional tommlttco discarded nil
tho stilpes over and above tho oilgl
mil number ot 13, which it was de
creed bhnuld bo permanent, with tho
stnrs In tho form ot n square, bo that
now ones could bo added convenient
ly upon tho admission of new Stntes.
This plan was formally adopted by
Congress In 1818 nnd has ever slnco
been rigidly adhered to. This will
explain to many persons who bout to
Washington designs showing tho
stnrs arranged In tho form of n giant
star, n circle, or some other fanciful
gioiiptng, why such novelties cannot
bo considered. Tho Government cus
todians ot tho flng nro committed tu
tho plan ot placing tho stars In oven
lines, regularly arranged.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phons 185.
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Notice to Shareholders
Nottco is hereby given that tho
certificates of stock aro now ready for
distribution upon presentation ot re
ceipts for assessments ot the ofllco of
tho Honolulu llrcwlni; and Mnl'llng
OUIUNTAIi IHIEWKUY, LIMITED,
by O. U. IIAHTI.KTT,
K0HA TOBACCO COMPANY, LTD.
Tho first n&scssmcnt ot twenty-five
per cent. (?-.". per shnro), on tho
assessable ntock of the Konn Tobacco
Company, Ltd., was due on Juno 30,
190S, and h now delinquent und
licirs Intercut lit tho into ot right
per cent, per annum fiom snid date.
If not paid by July 30, 1908, the
slimes on which the same Is due will
be advertised ami cold according to
law nnd the by-lnws of tho Com
Tho Eecond nsFcssment of ten per
cent. (flO. per share) on paid stock
will bo (Ink nnd payable, on July 30,
1908, and will bu' delinquent nttor
All nEtcssiiieiits payablo to tho
Trcnsuror of tho -Company at Tho
llnnk ot Hawaii, Ltd., In Honolulu,
Oahu, T. H.
Dated, July 30th, 190S.
CIIAB. I.. I112AI,.
Ticnkuicr, ICnnii Tobacco Com
pany, Ltd. . 4007-31
2T0TICE TO rOIJDHOLDEES OF K0
HAIA SUGAK CO.
In accordance with the terms un
der which 11.1 bonda wore turned, tho
Kohnla Sugar Company will pay,
with accrued lntoreet, on August 1st,
1908, Thirty thousand and 00-l'i0
dolltn ($30,000.00) ot ltd bonds.
Ths numbe-s of ttio bonds to be paid
oro ns fnllcwa:
8 12 73 '.17 13S
13 4 1 71 9 135
19 SO 7 J 105 112
2S r, I 7S 109 143
29 . CO SI 110 IK
37 04 S3 120 14G
Notice It horeby given to tho hold
era of these bonda to pro.ent tho aauie
for payment at tho banking houso of
Tho Hank of Hawaii, Limited. In Ho
nolulu, on August 1st, 1908, and that
Inteiost on same will cease un nnd
after that date.
CIIAS. H. AT1IKRTON.
Treasurer, Kohtla Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Juua 27th, 1908.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT OF K0
HAIA DITCH COMPANY, ITD.
Notice Is hereby given that by res
olution of tho Hoard ot I)licctoi3
adopted on this 22nd day ot July,
1908, an assessment ot 25c a share,
or 2Vi on each $10., was lovled
upon tho capital Etoclc ot tho Kohala
Ditch Company, Ltd., payable) Sept.
13, 190S, to tho Trensurer of tho
Company at Its otftco with Henry
Wntorhouso Tiust Company, Ltd.,
Campbell Dlock. corner .Fort and
Merchant Strcetw, Honolulu, T. II.
Dated July 22, 190S.
Hy order of tiro llo.iid of Dtrcctois.
A. N. CAMl'llKLL,
Treasurer, Kohala Ditch Co., Ltd.
40C4 July 28, 30: Aug. 1.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
At tho annual mcetliu; of the
stotldiolders ot W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Ltd.. held on Vrlday, July aoth, 1903.
at the ofllco of tho corporation, the
following oillccru wero elected to
servo during tho current year:
Wt 0. Peacock President
3. J. Buchly Vice President
R. L. Aucrbacu Treasurer
C. E. Kinp: Secretary
T. F. Lansing Auditor
Tho above officers lonstltuto the
Hoard of Directors.
C. H, KINd,
OAHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
Tho annual mcctliiR ot Oahu Cem
etery Association wilt bo held at tho
ofllces of David Dayton, No. 13" Mer
chant Btrcet, Honolulu, on Monday,
August 3d, 190S, nt 3 o'clock p. m.,
for tho election ot officers for tho
All owners of lots nro requested to
Secretary Oubu Cemetery Absoclatlon
Kaih Cim. XS I
me minccjryy i
ai L imruiiiHrt 3
AliJlt M Pr. ..JTVJ.
ia hereby given Hint Manuel Sllvn Is
no longer In tho tervlco ns driver for
the Vienna Ilnkery, nnd nil are cau
tioned not to pay him cny money for
this concern. Orders will bo taken
at the sloro by telephone 197 until
ii now mnu tikci tho route.
O. A. It. SMITH,
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know mors about
PAINT than anythin;; else. The
PAINT vc use is rela PAINT and put
en as Pair.t should te. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
. KINO ST.
Lucky Sifjns S-S-Sipis.
....J,l.l. !. ..I. f
f'resh, wholesome, and of every'
Ecretauia, Ahfcea. and Union.
':.;. V,D &AYTON
137 MERCHANT STItEET.
LOTS TOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PAMC ADDITION
nnd oiksr U?'rablc localities,
Tor Sale at a Bargain Premises
tt Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Wholcuts impcrceia na Jcbhrr
American orw coooe,
"lllf ir.rt OIJCCN NY
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY cf every capacity and de
fcriptien ma'de to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed nt shortest notice.
iianur.icturcd Irom "jure distilled wa
'rr. Delivered to any part of city by
UiliU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
ewalo. Telephone 623
Von Want Electro Wiring Done or
Piivate Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION EIJT.TIUC CO.,
C9 Bcretania St. Phone 318.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel fit. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jicl: Roberts.
4 OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: -.: Honeluln.
At All Watchdealers.
A pent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Bit., Honolulu.
Believe in Lucky Nnmhers.
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