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EVEnino nULtTflMrfidWdiyLU,. ll., Monday, mah. 7. iM.
Hotmrnrn! uwitv ,
Impetus Added To Initial Effort
F rsUVoks in the Ladies'
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It "JO oxtti vo c ivl'l ba !-iii J 'treveiy ccntctt int for ocry twenty it
l: fcfii. Jjllurj for tio dally nib.cilptionB to tho hvenlug Ilulle- tl
ttt'lf -n ''c U between now nnj 6 p. tn. Krldaj, March 31tt. It
tt w,COCO extra votes lil bo tisued toeveiy contestant for every twenty- tt
ttifour, dolhrs for renewals to tbel; v e n 1 11 g B ti 1 1 s n cent tn be- tt
' tt tween now nnd S p. m. l'rklnj Mnrch 31st tt
tt '?' 'The money need not bo turncil In at one deroslt. A record will tt
tt bo kept of evtiry remittance mid v. hen tho amount tent In, .totvls it
tfftenty four dollars, for cither old or new subscriptions, tho extra tt
tt votes will be Issued. Tho money need not bu for the samo f ubscrliv tt
tt (lon or for any stated period of time. All tint Is necessary. Is that tt
tt It be for old or new subscriptions. Twelve dollars for subscription tt
U"reniwnl8,ahd twelve dollars for new subscriptions will not entitle it
tt j oti to this offer, although each amount will be credited io J on so ti
tt that when ou havo twclvo dollars more for new or old subscrlp- 'I
tt tlons )ou will reecho the votes. ' It
The first step in the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n ' s
Treat contest was tho withdrawal ot
a few candidates who wishes to direct
their efforts toward the success of
tomo friend in tho contest. The first
votes were Issued today and there
wcro several hundred of them taken
out. Tor tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n reader It Is
quite a task to make a selection of
tho ladles they wish to support,' as
thcro wcro so many admirable ladlet
named ns candidates, but many have
decided favorites and Judging-, from
their expressions they are going to
support them and seo that they win.
Winners Not Picked.
O'na'thlng,about tho start ot this
contest that makes Us beginning dlo
fi rent' from others Is that there is not
o murmur that thcro will be favoritism
shown to any of tho candidates, When
contests woro a now thing, In tho 1st-
nnds one would often moot people who
, thought. the lucky candidates were
n'lck'cd out In advance, but slnco that
time every ono has learned that the
ones who mako tho greatest efforts
nre the ones who win, as thoy all
know some of. tho lucky candidates
whq have made theso trips at previous
Reward for Early Effort
' Mngniflcent majorities aro going to
bo the reward of the candidates enter
ed in tho I) u 1 le 1 1 n ' b Popular Voting
Contest who do their best work tlu.
first month. Getting started is the
hardest trial ot oil entrants in a con
test of this nature and tho contest
manager fants to old all of yau ar
much as possible. Tho first aid is s
largq bonus .offer for your first three
weeks' wijk. An offer that if taken
now will give ou returns In votes that
.Will double the returns secured for
tho samo efforts later In tho contest,
Something About Offer,
CjThq offer as above stated applos
oniy.io aauy suDscriptions ana ipe
.weekly Is not Included. Almost ever)
eandldatOjWhotn.ikca any oltbrt St "it
tp,wln orieof"Aieso trips to Yosomltr
aid. California, should be able'tocct
leferal'of'these tilocks of exlraTQtct
between &oyt and11 Friday afternoon
March 31st. 8tated In anothor"way
theVqfter means that ou have only
io secure mree jeany subscriptions
from three p( your frlapds or six, six
moptha dally subscriptions. The great
Inducement in this bonus offer, Is that
there Is, no, limit to the number ol
these remKtnnceu jou may makeThe
optyJImjtatlon la tlmt of tlmo, and you
are auowea mree wnom weens. Make
good, use of this first three weeks and
yqur hone of winning will ba Inci eased
to sucb'sn extent that ou will not
bb content to 'let any one excel )ou in
this friendly battle.
You Vote for Two.
' ' Time and again tho statement hai
been made that no votes aro to be
allowed to leave this office unless the
, names ol the trip contestant and the
candidate for chaperono for whom
thy are to bo cast is given so thi
votes, can bo i filled out. But today
foveral of the candidates came In nnd
wnned to take out tholr voto coupons
til')". "ld I11 In tllc namo ot th second can -
The Evening Bulletin Popular ,
Till in the name, o f the yountr.woman1 you Wish to'ttkk
for and the district in which (he lives. 'Brine, or mail-to
Manager, Contest Department, care of EVeriine Bul
letin! Honolulu. T. w .
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THIS COUPON'. COUNTS
TEIP CONTEST ANT
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tWA - . Wrlct No .' .'..'....:... j., ,. ,
HiP fait niit' " 3-votes ' "" '
fm 'iff ', ' FOE CHAPEH0NE CONTESTANT ' ' ' '' " i'
WEc $, Mrs. ' '
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BKi WL. ,vThl c.0uPn not Bood after Monday, March 21)
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V01ES WILL BE
California Tour Contfcst
dldalo ut some other 'time. The con
ion has two blink spaceB on which nre
to be wrlttou the names nf to candi
dates. If, when ou come for jour
votes, jou do no know for whom you
wish both vote blocks cast ou cannot
get them until ou decide. If it Is pos
sible thnt jou wish 'to Voto for
only a trip contestant, or a candi
date for chaperono, the blank for tho
contestant you name wilt be filled out
and tho other will, be cancelled. Hut
it Is bept to decide, on two of the can
didates and not waste any of the
votis. It costs jou nothing extra to
lo for the second candidate, as that
Is n prlvlll'go granted j'ou.
Votes In Paper. x
The votes In the paper nre good
for only two weeks. Tho number of
votes printed In the paper will fre
quently be changed. You can never
be corlnln-Uhat tho amount will be
and on, tills account jou will have to
watch the paper very closely in order
to no( l'o a big bunch ot frco votes.
For Instnnco, today tho paper voto is
for. thron otes. What It wl) be to
morrow "tho' contest manager does pot
know himself. Tho guessing (part of
(his cotUesC Is not confined to who
the winners are to be. Before the con
test' Is over you. will find that the
greatest guess of nil, Is, as to whs
number of votes will bo printed in tho
I aper tho following day.
Started at Three,
How Is tho number to be dctermlh
cd? (Tho contest manager does not
VnniL KTnttl.nM 1ah .,'... it. fit. .
i-. tiruuvi uud uu; Uliv fjinu. Ill-
f.rst nuinber thought of In the mow
iib will not do. Tho numbers would
be too big, or too small. You know
that he Is thinking big thoughts In
early houis, or wee thoughts after lite
hours. Nrj, that will not do'. We)l,
anyway, fbjj 'number Is going to range
pjl the way from ono u pto , well
now, gueBs. Anyway, threo was the
THE, DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
- District No. 1 Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes the County
of Hawaii. - i
3 Includes the County
4 Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates
chaperone are candidates at-laraa
Youay tako the ttlp any time you
chooso: singly or In groups. ' ,
VOTES' ON 8UBSCRIPTI0N8 AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono months subscription to the
l: v o n ; n g Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 10 votes; new subscrip
tion, lib votes. i .
Threo months"mibscrlptlon to the
HYenIng Bulletin Old sub
scription, 350 voles; new subscription,
(60 votes. ' '
i Blx months' subscription to the
Evening .Dullotln Old sub-
Krlptlon. SOO votes; new subscription,
Ono year's subscription- to the
Evening Dullotl n Old sub-
scrlptlon. 2000 votes; new1 subscrip
tion, 2600 votes.
Hvo j ears' (Ubccrlptlon to tho
AS 3 VOTES'! -&Mi,
- - ; JX .
t cl t linn, 15,000 votes: new subscrip
tion 2u oou.
One year's subscription to tho
V e e k I y H J 1 1 e 1 1 n Old subscrlp'
Hon, 100 votes, new subscription, 121
Hvo joars' aubscilptlon . to , the
WeclCly, Bull e tin Old subscrlp
Hnrt.,d2S0 ivnteH! new iRiiberlntloii.
IOfOitntos.t ?, i,'i(ii h
HBnRRICE OF THE DAILY .AND
ii)WCEKLY BULLETIN IS' u
' AS FOLLOWSi i i t(
Ono month's subscription to tho
H v e n I n g Bulletin, TG cents.
Thice montlib' subscription to the
Hvening Bulletin, 200.
Blx months subscription to the
Evening P u 1 1 e 1 1 n, $4 00,
Twelve months' subscrlptloa to the
Evening Jullotln, (8 00.
Klo j ears' subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin, $40.00.
Ono year'c subscription to the
Woekly Bullotln, 31.00.
il'lre j ears' subscription to the
Woeklj Bijllotln, 5 00.
Address oil inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwanson ii in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m, to 1 n, m.:
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
START CAMPAIGN FOR
-Special to Bullotln.)
WAI1.UKU. Maui. March 4. The'
Mnul Republican Dxccutlvo County.
Committee Hon. It. P. Baldwin, chair
man, and Chas. WItcox.'cecrctary, met
at their headquarters In Walluku,
Thursday, March 3rd and unanimously
nppointed Benator Samuel is. Knlnma
as campaign manager to carry the
Mnul Republicans to a successful end
Thero are more warring factions now
than over belore, but It Is hoped that
the erring ones will Seo tho folly of
their wajs ere long nnd loin In with
their leader to carry the fight to final
Victory of which all aro most san'
gulne and Sam not tho least.
Tho Democrats and Home Rulers
have not started to organize and It
may bo that they aro satisfied with
the Republican administration ably ns
slsted by tho two Democrats, Super
visors T. B. Lyons of Walluku and
Deo. Kauhl of Lahalno. If ever su
perl vors of opposing political faiths
worked harmoniously for nearly two
years as these, tho Maul voters would
llko to j know them. They not only
voto and work together, but they nl
so smllo together.
Drawings were made Saturday for
(he grand and petty United States Jur
ors for tho new term.
Those, not otherwise designated
are fromi Honolulu.
Orand'.yJurors O. C. Campbell
,(l'uuneri(i, .Maul), Charles "Weather-
bee (Olaa, Hawaii), Beely Shaw, D
T. Carey (Walluku, Manl)George
i. itaupp, it, AicuuoDin tL,anainaj,
Lawrence Clements (Eleele), Charles
B.;'Welght, Arthur Horner (Kukai-
au, iiiawaii), ranK,E. tying, -j, v.
Morgan, A. B. Bolster, Frank M.
BIndt, Arthur V. Ewarl, W. C. Lyon,
Chas. Crozier, B. O. Wilder, H. P.
Faye (Kekaha, Kauai), Daniel F.
McCerrlston, D. L. Austin, W. M,
Brnv. I,. Tennnv Poplc H. V. Hnlt
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The petty Jurors drawn wero as
follows: Charles T. Llttlejohn, T.
II. Fetrle, M. FhlMlps, B, F. tllell-
bron,J Albert Waterhouse, Harry
Murray, Henry Saffery (Lahalna),
Henry Apua (Puunene), Francis
Gay (Makawcll), Arthur Berg, Sam
Mahelona, K., C. Winston, 8. A
Baldwin, II. Akona (Kamucln, Ha
wall), J, Burns (Maul), George
Cooper (liana), dcorgo T. Kluegel,
Oeorgo Knlser (Honokaa), L. M.
Whitehouse, Charles R. Frailer, WU-
(Ham M, Sopor, Montague Low (Wat-
nlua), Aleuhder Karrattl, M. II.
Webb, John Venhulzen, Edward Ho
nape, Edgar Henrlques. Irwin II.
iieadle, O. D. Lufkln (Walluku), W.
iA.'iKala (Kaupo, Maul), Walter 8.
'Wltte (Alea), Archibald n. Young,
Charles Phillips, Henry Aeo,r (Keau
hou, Hawafl), William Hennlng
oi0aa.uicn u.irvumo (uiio), 1'atrlck F.
!ltyao,' jiGoorgo" Gonsalves,;iiarold
JeS,-Charles F. Clarki.(HanPpe),
Paul Bartsls. H. B. Welter" (Knhu-
lul), George W. Howard (Hllo), OJ
tv. aavuie (riukuwomj, 'Howard Mnr
ttusen (Lah'aiua), H. IF. Bertelmaij,
iciih . juiiiibuii, I'aincK mcuraui,
Dennis J, Cashman, J, E. Mlertfld,
David Thrum, Hugh Walker, Robert
Hair, O'.af Omstcd (Lahaina), Rob
ert Hind, Chas, Bailey (Wniuku),
Chas. Glrdlor, James K. Kennedy, C.
'J McCarthy. .TnlnCn !. Fn' Allmrt
fflechert (Llhiie), R. A, With'lngton,
'John Rogle, D. K. lino.
.You aro liable to mako a man hot
by telling him to keop coo).
If you owo a dtlt n-iv it. ir vm.
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Qwo a grugo forget It.
Moving Picture Taken of Family
During Jubike-ablic Becep
1 'tion WiU Be Held Tonight at
' The private celebration cf tho gjld
f n woddtng of Mr, nnd Mr-, AjJXRPiJer
Young occurred yeB'.cfttayJ ptjmhnp
Ing with n breakfast In the Wrh'.ng,
end continuing throughout the daj
Many of Mr, and Mrs. Youngs rela
tions have como from tho coast and
elsewhere to tako pirt l.i th4 Jubilee.
DucHig the afternoon the long mar
ried couple did the entertaining and
ninny nn amusing story1 was told for
tho benefit ot thoso gathered nt the
homo. A pleasant and novel feature
of tho celebration ,as the Introduc
tion of Mr, Bonlno nnd his plcturo ma
chlnetlnnd many family groups were
taken; besides a fllnf of moving pic
tures of the scenes about tho grounds
anuVtbOM thereon. This will be valu
able In j cars to come.
JytfOCO will be a public celebration
held this evening to celcbrato tho
event. This will bo held at tho Young
IIotel;,nnd thero will bo an Immense
Ihrotujlthero for thcro have been over
n tnousana invitations issued.
A delightful lunu was given by
Mr, Jlmmlo McGutre. Monday even
Ing at his' beautiful homo at Wal
klkl. With a few exceptions tho
fifty guests that wcro entertained In
this noyel way wcro mostly visitors.
The affair was keenly enjoyed by
those present, and the entertainment
wag .voted; a great Buccess. At sev
en o'clock tho lunu was served, tho
table, was a mass of red carnations
and malle. At.each place was found
a scUt,HeJ,N with tho name card
attached, so there was no confusion
In finding, their seats at the long
table. . A.fter,supper a modified hula
.was 'dnlr- 'Amon'g thoso present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Chapln of New
York, Mr, and Mrs. McMurray of
Chicago, Mr- 'and Mrs. Dredge, Dr.
and Mrs. McNab, Miss McNab, Mr.
and Mrs. Jlresso Caplaln and Mrs,
MaHMiytrpp Zabreskl, Miss Zabres
kl, Miss McMaban, Mr. and Mrs,
Howard, Kilss Matsoit, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Neuberger, Mrs
Hickersqn, Mf. George Brown, Mr.
Derwent Kennedy, Mr.' Pnyno, Mr.
Stewart ot Ban Francisco, Miss
Strong- Mrs, Neville, Mr. and Mrs
Searle, MUs Brandes, Mr. and Mrs.
Cord, Mrs Smith and others.
Mlsg Jessie Kennedy and Mr, Der
went Kennedy entertained at a rose
dinner Friday ovenlng In'hopor of
Miss Lurllne.Matson, Miss Zabreskl,
who aro sojourning with their par
ents at the Moana Hotel, The Ken'
nedy residence never looked more
beautiful than on thl occasion. No't
only the dining room was fragrant
with exquisite oses, but the rest of
the house j was decorated with theso
beautiful flowers. Dinner was served
at i seven o'clock, covers were laid
for twelve. Among the young peo
ple present wero: Miss Kennedy,
Miss Luirltne,Matson, Miss McMahan,
Miss Zabtlskf. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav
Schaafer, Miss.Julla White, Mr, Der
went Kennedy, Mr. Sherwood Low-
rey, Mr.- pruce Cartwrlght Jr., Mr,
GeorjtfjUrown and Mr. Will Roth.
Mr. ..Theodore B. Thlcle, tho new,
assistant manager of the Moana Ho
tel, has taken charge of the Moana;
Mr. 'Kay Jones the former assistant
manager left Thursday oil the Mat
tat for tho mainland. Mr. Thleto
Is possessed of wldo hotel experience
Before coming hero he was connect
ed with the Butler Annex of Seat
tle., a few years prior' to that ho was
prominently connected with the fam
ous Del Monto Hotel In California,
Wo aro Indeed fortunate to havo n
,hiau (Ike Mr. Thlele, for he not only
possesses business ability, but by his
affability and pollshod manners Is
sure to be a great favorite, and
make a hoBt of friends wherever he
Dr. and Mrs. Frear eriUrtalned nt
dinner In honor of. ojrerntjran.)
Mrs, Frear. Thursday eVenlnic'at the
I n...,i... i ,. l,J in Ii it, .
pM mii Miie uecuruiiuuB wero pun
1 i,l.. l.iit rf.i ..n.. " '" i
yiv "-"' " """'KJ pc .
vy,IVpf. Bryan entertained at 'dinner
imiisaayi evening in, nonor or ur.
and" Mrs. 'Burdette
'at the Courtland.
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children,
rha Kind Yau Hare Always Boffit
t Hojv does'rthe busy cobbler die,
i When nil his years aro past?
Kif,tyi)ii.now Just as well na I,
Ho can not breathe I1I3 last.
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1 ELECTION OF OFFICER.
Nahiku 'Sugar Company,
At the annual meotlng ' of the
stockholders of the., Nah,lkn .Sugar
co,f!hold, on Saturday, February 26,
1910,, the followlngwerolqlected di
rectors of the com paly .to serve for
the ensuing year: H.A-. -Baldwin,
F. F. Baldwin, J, P. iCoolte, E. E.
Pazton, J. Vaterloufle.':,. '' (
At a subsequent icetlng ofisatd
company the following, named offi
cers were elected' for 'the ensuing
year: - f j
l. A., Baldwin President
F. F. Baldwin .Vice-President
E. E.. Paxton. , Secretary
J. Waterhouse "Treasurer
D. B. Murdoch ..Auditor
E. E. PAXTON,,
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j ELECTION OF OEFIOEBS.'
Bemon, Smith & Co.,, ltd;
iAt tho adjourned. 'annual meeting
of Benson, Smith &,'Co., Ltd., held
March 3, 1910, tho following ofneeru
were elected to serve for tne ensuing
year: ' 1
George W. SmUh ....
' ,. . .President and Manager
A. J. Olgnoux "Vice-President
J, C. McOIll . . . . ,v. i, . . .Treasurer
A. W, T. Bottomley.l Auditor
W. C. McGonngle . . ., Secretary
f W. C. MCtJONAGLE
SC8-3t (' Secretary.
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THE AHBEBS0L 2EC0ED3
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Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
In Our Cream
Special care to' keen
it cold nnd protect it
from contamination at
tare ample keeping
Tff.fi T0ND- DAIRY.
"Trf ff f 'asyfriyi' ib
1 Mm TfiiSlllllS 11-L.' . T-k
wmzeuM 10 j
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EpOR the stomach's sake an
occasional ' glass ,'df beer
j., i's't;yery good. It is a well
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it invalu
able to the run-down system.
Apart from its medicinal pro
perties PRIMO is an ideal
beverage, well suited to the
requisitions of this -climate. .
ELECTION Og OFFICERS.
Haiku Sugar Company.
At the annual meeting ot the
held on Monday, February 28, 1910,
tthe following were elected directors
ot the Company to serve for the en
uulng year: H, P. Baldwin, 8. M.
Damon, E. E. Paxton, C. HvAther
ton, J. P. Cooke.j' -' -1
At a subsequent meeting ot the
Directors of said Company, held on
the same date, the .following named
officers were elected for the ensuing'
H. P. Baldwin President
S. M. Damon Vice-President;
J. P., Cooke Treasurer
E. E. Paxton... I Secretary
D. I).' Murdoch. .. Auditor
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Kcahna Ranch Co-, Ltd.
At the annual meeting ot the
stockholders lot the Keahua Ranch
Co., Ltd , held on Wednesday, Feb
ruary 23, 1910, the following were
elected directors of the company to
serve for the ensuing year: Hi P.
Baldwin. H. A. Baldwin, J. P. Cooke,
E. E. Paxton, W. O. Smith.
At a' subsequent meeting ot the
Directors held on the same date the
following named officers were eleojcd
for the oiiaulng year:
It. P. Baldwin,, President
II. A. Baldwin..,, i.. Vice-President
I. P. Cooke Treasurer
K. E. Pnxlon . . .., Secretary
L. B. Muuluch, Auditor
E. E. PAXTON,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Eula Plantation Co., Ltd.
At the t annual -peetlng ot the
Stockholders of Kula Plantation Co.,
Ltd., held (on Monday, February 28,
1910, the! following officers and di
rectors eie elected to serve for the
II. P,, Baldwin President
J. B'Ca,Btle.,.i.,ast Vice-President
J. P. Cookd 2nd foe-President
J, .Waterhouse ......'... .Treasurer
E, 'B; Psftcton-. t. . . J .. . .Secretary
At a subsequent meeting ot the
Hoard ot Dlrectors'Of said Company,
D. B. Murdoch was elected Auditor.
E. E. PAXTON,
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kindt of Hati Cleaned and
No Acidi Used. Work Guaranteed
itptty Tminn on.Ai.tt.
1 1154 Fort Street. ' Opp. Gotmnt.
Honolulu, T, H.
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, ,' Central Mill, Company.
At the annual meeting ot
tdckhoiders'ot Central Mill 'Co.,
neia on Monaayr'euruary 20, miu,
the following were elected Directors
ot the Company to serve for the on
suing year: II. P. Baldwin, S. M.
Damon, W. 0, Smith, E. E. Paxton,
' At 'k subsequent meeting ot the
Directors oft said Company held on
the same'-date the following named
officers were elected for' the ensuing
Voar:,V ' ' '
II. P. Baldwin. President
8. M. Damon Vice-President
W. O. Smith Secretary
E. E. Paxton Treasurer
D, .B... Murdoch Auditor
I- ' W, O. SMITH,
, . Becretary.
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ELECTION 1OF OFHOERS.
At''the' annual meeting of the
Partners of, the Maul Agricultural
Co,Jieldon Monday, February 28,
1910, the following Managers were
elected to'sarve for the ensuing year:
II. P.,paldwlh, fl, .M. Damon, J. P.
Cooke, W ..'dmltiji J. Waterhouse,
E, E. Paxt'on.. , t
At a subsequent meeting ot tho
Board of, Mknaa;ers of'tbev"Maul Agrl-'
cultural Co,, bald bn'theisame date
the following officers were elected
to serve for that-ensuing' Tear:
H. P; 'Baldwin;?. . ,t. .V. .-. President
S. M.' Damdn. 3..;, '..Vice-President
J. P, Cooke . ..'?. Treasurer
W. O. Smltbt .' . , Secretary
D.V. Murdoch 4,. '..,'..,, .Auditor
' ' ' iW. 0;8MITH,
i t , Becretary.
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Sealed .Tender Wll.l.be received
at the dfhee otthe Superintendent
of Pufillct.WojIU untll'12-m. of
Thursday, Match' 10,1910,"-for fur
nishing the' 'department' with 2500
ft. ot 4-Inch galvanized water pipe.
Delivery, to be made f. 0. b. wharf,
Honpluju. .Intending bidders will
state1 time, of delivery,
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works .teserves the right to reject
any far.;a(l blds.' lrvi
Superintendent of Public Works.
February1 25, 1910, f4- 4B52-10t
S. H, BURNETT1
Corner:' of Deedi for California ud
Jew York J NOTARY PUBLIC j
Grant Marriage Liceuuat Drawi
Mortgages, Seeds, Bills, of Sale,
Leases, Willi, Etc Attorney for tho
Diitrict Courti. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310, '