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' numbera or tna Bulletin ome.,,,
HONOLULU, T. ., FRIDAY, MAY
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
11. P.-"Baldwin ... President
W. O. timlthii First Vice-President
W. Mr Alexander-
........ Second Vlco-Presldcnt
J. P. Cooko',,..
Third Vlco-Pics. nnd Manngor
J, WatethoiiFo , ... Treasurer
Er B.1 l'H x tun . ... Secretary
J, BCatl i Director
J. IX. Q alt IHrmlor
W. n. CaB(lok...r, Director
: .-Sugar Factors. 1' ,
Hawaiian-Commercial & Sugnr Co.
Maul- Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Cominny.
Knhuku rianlntlon Cnmimny,
Kahulul Railroad Comintiy.
Hnlcakala Itanv.li Company.
Mcllrydo Sugar Co.
Kaunl Itnllway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, 8UQAR FACTORS
GENERAL IN8URANCE AGENTS'
Ewn Tlnntutlon Co.
Wnlalun Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala' Sugar Co.
Watmoa Sugar Mill Co.
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Hlako Stoani rumps.
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March Stenm lMimpt.
, Mntson Navigation Co.
riantors' Linn Shipping Co.
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8UQAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
R. F. Dlshop President
Geo. II. Robcrtbon
....Vlco-Prcsldout uiid MniutKrr
,W. W. North Trcosmcr
Itlchard Ivors ,u Secretary
.1. 11. Clutt Auditor
fleo. n. Carter Director
C. II. Conko Director
It. A. Cooko Director
A. Qartloy Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
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London Asimranco Corporation.
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Upper Khlno Insuranco Co. (Ma
rino) Teiritorial Board of
1 Offlce 403 Stangewald' lllg.
of the Season
'A- Little Paint ' ,
. Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
' TOM SHARP
. The, Painter
H0K0LI LU IRON WORKS
lift J V.
rWe8GtlredbyLydiaE.PlnkB'nionth and a half bade ndlcu yoBtcrday
Iiam-SyegCtablaCompOUlld founJ friends, says tho Examiner nt
. . .' -j i !.- . . u4Anr I 10. Thoy left on tho over-
Adrian,, da.' "I.BiiflVred ""toldi"1'"' " , . J ch whcr thcy
mlsr fTpm-a female Weakness and nnI Ilmltcu fI ,-- !,,". "fL
cUMsVanfllkcoiild' nob stand -more will not spend moro than ono day, gen
time: My doctor 1
said nn operation
was tho only
chanco I had, nnd
I dreaded It almost
as much as death.
Ono day I was
reading how other
women bad been
cured by Lydla E.
nnd decided to try
It lloforft I' bad taken ono uottlo'I
Minn ttnUna nnrl MrttM T lm nAmnlAlAIV
ntmiDivUL. nuu nun a ai w.j-.ww.
cureiL" LWtA V: HEJfnv, Route No:
8, Adrian. Qa. . ...
Why will women take chances with
nit 'operation or drag out a sickly,
naii-ueartcu exmence. niismiK imio
fotirths of the Joy of living, when they
can find honlth In Lydla K. Hnlcham'a
For thirty years It has bepn the
stnndard romedy for female ills, and
liai curod thousarids of women wlip
havo been troubled with such a II
ulcoratiofi, llbrold tumors, lrregularl.
ties) periodic pains, backache, Indiges
tion, and nnrvom prostration.
i If you luivo tho sllfflitesti doubt
tjmt Lydln. E. Plnkhnm'a Vcgo
tnblo Compound will, help you,
wrltrt to Mrn.'l'inkhnm nt Lynn,
Mni., for wlvlco. Your letter
will iio nltxoltitcly conildcJitlnJ,
nnd tlio ndvlco f roe.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Tlin
Flist Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
In Probate. At Chambers. In the
mnttrr of tho Dstnto of Lulu Grau
(nthcrwlso known as Lulso Kathar -
llio Mathilda OrnU). Ileforo W. J
ItnliliiHou. On rending and filing tho
petition and ncrouuts of Mrt. Dora
It, Isenborg, Wni. Pfotenhuuar and
11, Schultzc, Executors of the Last
I Will and Testament ot Lulu droit
(otherwise Known as Lulso Kathar
ine Malhtlilo Grnu), -wherein thcy
ask to bo allowed $1080.70 and thcy
ihnrga ibcmsclves with $2307.65,
nnd ask that tho same may be ex
nnilt:ed nnd approved, and that n
final order may be made ot Dlstribn
tlou of tho property remaining In
(heir hands to tho persons thereto
entitled, nnd discharging them nnd
their sureties from till further re
sponsibility uh such Executors; It Is
ordered, that Saturday, tho 28th day
of May. A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. in., before tho Judge of said Court
nt tho courtroom of the Bald Court
at Honolulu, Inland ot Oahu, bo and
tho snmo heroby Is appointed as the
ttmo nnd placo for hearing Bald Pe
tition nnd Accounts, and that all per.
sons Interested may then and there
appear and show cnusc. If any they
liRve, why tho saino should not bn
granted, and may present evidence
as to who uro entitled to tho said
property. Dated nt lloi.olulu, this
21t dny of April, 1910. Ily the
Court; M, T. S1MONTON, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of tho First Clr
49G0 Apr. 22, 29; May G, 13.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COUrtT, KIUBT
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, In
Probate. At Chambers, No. 4175.
In tho mnttcr of tho Kstnto of A.
Wlnterstoln,. decerned. On rending
and filing tho petition and nccnunts
of William S.ivldgo, administrator of
Iho KstHto -of A. Wlntcrsteln, late ot
tho City and County ot Honolulu.
dcccHscd, whoroin potltlonor uBks to
bo allowed I1GG.G9 und chargad
with I2fi4.9,'i, and asks that tho
same ba examined and approved,
and that a final ordor be mado of
Distribution of the remaining prop
erty to the persons thnreto entitled
and discharging petitioner and sure
ties from nil further responsibility
liareln; It Is ordered, that Monduy,
tho 23rd day of May, A. I). 1010,
ut 10 o'clock 11. m. before tho Judge
presiding nt Chambers of said Court
nt his courtroom In tho Judiciary
building, In Honolulu, County ot
Honolulu, be and tho samo hereby
la, appointed the time and place for
hearing said, Petition nut) Accounts,
and that all porsous Interested may
thon and thoro appear and show
causo, If uny they havo, why the
same Bhoutd not bo granted, and
limy present evidence as to who are
entitled to tho said property. Dated
tho 15th dny of April, totd. lly
tho Court: J, A. THOMPSON,
Clerk. Thompson, demons & Wil
der attorneys for potltlouer.
4594 Apr. 15, 22, 29; May 0.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Ciitton.- Nolll & Co.. Ltd., beg lo
nunniiiiro that nn nnd niter Thurs
day, 5th Inst,, they'1 will occupy tho
now unices nt their works, Heconil
and South streets, Knknnl.o.
1 " I LEGAL NOTICES.
-. i . - - it -
Err rot dome
Englishman Won Every Game They
Pbiyed on Coast Team Is Good
In a whirl of gaycty almost to tho
InBt moment Uc victorious English
I polo platers who have been tho gucstB
of th- "Ion Mntrn l'nln Club for .1
mg on to uuiowooa, . j., ir mu
spring polo tournament at Ocorgo
0oul(i.B Georgian Courti
Mnlor nnd Mrs.- H. It. Leo, Twentieth
Hussars; Major andt Mrs. di W. Hob
son, Twelfth Lancers; F. A Olll, man
ager of tho hanolagh Polo Club, nnd
Lieutenant F. !). Hurndayy of tho
Twentieth Hussars composed tho lit
tlo party of travelers that carried
away tho polo championship of Cali
fornia, tho John D. Sprcckcls challcngo
cup that goes with It, and the All
American polo trophy.
PrcBcott Scott and Cyril Tobln Sat
urday afternoon took tho two cnvalry
ninjors to their first baseball game,
which thcy watched with growing In
terest ns thoy became familiar with
the play. Lieutenant Hurndall clcttoj
to go to Emcryvlllo. and left with a
poor opinion of American racing com
pared with tho sport In Europe
During their stay. In, California llui
visitors mndo tho following record:
Heat Moadowbrook-nurllngamo team
by 8 goals to 2 at lit Corrlto, March
Heat nivcrBldo by 13 goals to 2 nt
Coronmlo Mnrch 20lh In first round fur
tho John D. Bprcckols challenge cup
nnd championship of California.
Beat Coronado by 10 gonls to 3,
Mnrch 22nd, In second round
Heat Durllngamo by 8 goals to I,
March 24th, In final,
neat Durllngamo by 9 goals to
Mnrch 27th. In final for All-America
I Polo Trophy.
"I doubt If wo will bo ablo to return
I next )car," said Major Hobson before
it wouia' uo very
jolly If we could, but it Is not likely
tho three of us In ncllvo service will
be able to get awny again together for
such a trip. Mr, Olll may, bring over
another team next winter If Bur
llngamo Invltca him to do so, and Id
that caso we stay-at-homes will envy
our successors to Durllngamo's nnd
Coronndo's hospitality nnd good times
Of courso wo nro glad wo won, Gut
Quito apart from that wo havo been
gUcn a most hospitable and awfully
F. A. Olll will leturn four months
henco to Now York,, having, been re
quested to undcrtako Iho management
of tho NnraganBctt polo tournament In
August, when tho International polo
clip will bo played for If England de
cides to challcngo for a contest thU
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Station;- Honolulu. T. H;; month
April, 1910, .
Atmospheric Prcssuio (Reduced to
sea level; Inches and hundredths.)
Mean, 30.09; highest 3U.18, dhto, lst;
lowcst 30.02, data 22nd,
Temperature. Highest 80, dalo
15th; lowest 62, date 1st; grcatost
dally r.ingo 14, dato 27th; least dally
rango 5, dato 24th. Mean for. thin
month In 1890, 74; 1891, 73; 1892, -75;
l-JJ, ib; ism, 73; 1895, 73; 1896, 71;
1897, 74; 1897 71; 1899, 73; 1900, 73;
1901, 74; 1902, 72; 1903, 72; 1904, 73;
1905, 72; 1006. 74; 1907, 72; 1908, 73;
1309. 72t 1910, 72j Normal for this
month, 73; absolute maximum for this
month for 21 years; 89; absolute min
imum ror tins month for 21 year. 59;
avorugo dally' deficiency of thln-montli
ai compared with tho normal, 0.9 1 ac-
cuniuiaieu iicneicncy bihco January l,
71.1; avcrago dally deficiency: since
January 1, 0.6.
Precipitation Total this mouth.
1.'48; greatest precipitation In ?4'
hours 0.70, dato 16th-17th. Total pre
cipitation this month In 1877. 1.93i
187S, 1.44; 1879, 2.50; 18S0, 1.5Q; 1881,
2.73; 1BK2, 1.5Z; 1883,0.75; 1884,-2.38;
1885, 5.71; 1886, 0.94; 1887, 3.06; 1888,
3.13; 1889, 2.28; 1890, 7.85; 1891, 1.13;
1892, 1.73; 1893, 2.23; 1894, 2,92; 1905,
2.15; 1906, 0.18; 1907, 0.64; 1908, 0.60;
1909. 1.01: 1910, 1.48. Normal for this
month, 2.17; doflcloncy of this month
ha compared with tho normal, 0.69;
accumulated deficiency slnoo-January
j, a uz. '
Wlnd, Provalllng dlreotloti; N. E.;
total movement, 6699 miles; 'avorugo
hourly velocity, 9.3; maximum voloci
Ity (for flvo mlnutos) 30 miles per
hour, from N. K. on 17th.
' Weather. Numbor of days, clear.. 5:
partly cloudy, 11; cloudy, 14; on which
,01 Inch, or moro, of precipitation, oc
Miscellaneous-, Phenomena (dates
of). Auroras 0i halos: bolar 0, lunar
0; hall, 0; sleet, 0; fog, 0;' thunder
Section Director. Weather Buieau,
CLOCKS MUST 8HOW RIGHT -
TIME OR FINEOF $25.
WASHINGTON, April 6, Membors
of congress do not Intend to miss their
ongngements because, of faulty clockB
exposed In public places In tho Dis
trict of Columbia. Mri Coudreyof Ml
murl introduced In Iho hnusu today
a bill Imposing n mm of $25 upon uny
person owning such u clock which to
not Kopi running or is found to Jn)
moro than ho minutes oft tho right
IN THRi DISTRICT COURT OF-THK
. UNITED STATES,-FOrtTHE-TKU-ittTOJlY
THEiUNtTEll STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plfllntirr, vs. wiuuii .v.
CASTLE, ot al., defendants.
Action brought In snla District Court,
and tho Petition filed In tho omco of
tho Clerk of said District Court, In
TUB PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA ORUET.
WILLIAM R. CASTLE; IDA D. CAS
TLE wlfo of WILLIAM R, CASTLE;
WILLIAM R. CASTLE, Trustee, J. D.
JOHNSON, whoso full nnd truo namo
i. unknown- UWINt JOHNSON, wlfo
of J. D. JOIINSONf whoso full amUruo
namo Is unknown; williah c.
ACHI; HANNAH MARKKAM;
GEOltOE MARKHAM, husband ot
HANNAH MARKHAM; EDITH MOR
TON: HENRY C. MORTON, husbanj
of EDITH MORTON; MAUD PFLU
GER; HENRY O. PFLUGER. husbaud
of MAUD PFLUGER; YONG A1HN:'
Sill SHEE. wlfo of YONO AHIN,LE13
CHU, Trusted CUM HOY; LEB 01JU;
CHUNG SHEE, wlfo of-LEB CHU; C.
DIN B1NO, whose full and truo namo
Is unknown;. WONG SEE, wlfo of O.
DIN 8ING, whoso full and truo nnmo
Is unknown: T. KATf POO, whoso full
and truo name Is unknown: LEONOi
SHEE, wlfo ot T. KAT POO, whoso
full and true, namo Is unknown; YEI1
CHIN; WONG SHEE, wlfo of YKB
CIIINi CHIM SHEE; THBWEBTERM
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COM
PANY LIMITED,' a corporation duly
Incorporated and organized under tho
laws of tho Unllod Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland nnd having Its Reg
istered Ofllco nt Dundoo, 8cotlnnd;
YONO YAU; CHOW CHONO TIN;'
CHOW 'BON; NO MING JOKE; EL
MER KAPAHULU, ROBERT KAIMU
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO and CLAi
RA WAIKIKI, unknown helra at law
of KAAIHAEMA, docoased; MANUEL
LEAIH, AUGUSTUS WAIALAE, ED
NA HANAMU and MARY. N1U. un
knows helra at law of HOOMOBA
PULE (w). deceased; ALFRED PUU
NUJ, ANTONIO PAUWELA. EDITlt
KEWALO and MAIiAEA PALAMA.
unknown heirs at, law of KANANI
MAULOA (w),doceased; JOHN A1EA.
CHARLES MUNANA, JOD WAIAU.
EUGENE M01LHLI, VINCENT PA
HOA, CLEMENT KOELE, MIRIAM
LEHUA, RUTH HALEKLIZABJJTll
MAKIKI. ABUIE KALUAOI.OHB.
LE1LANI PUNAWAI, LYDIA MOKU
and EVELYN POO, unknows owiicro
You nro hereby directed to appear,
and answer tho Petition In an action
entitled ns nbovo, brought against you
In tho District Court of tho United
Btntos, In and for tho Territory' of Ha-
wall, within twenty days from and af
ter Borvlco upon you of a certlfiod
copy of Plaintiff's Petition herein, to
gether with a certified copy of this
' And you aro horoby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
abovo required, Iho said Plaintiff will
tako Judgment and condemnation of.
tho lands described In tho Petition;
herein and for. any other rollot do
manded In tho Potltton.
W1TNPSS THE HONORABLE A. G.
M. ROBERTSON, ono ot
tho Judges ot said District
Court, this 18th day ot
(8cal) March In tho year of our
Lord ono thousand nlno
hundred and ten nnd ot
tho lndopcndcnco of tho
Unltoo: States tho ono
hundred nnd thirty-fourth.
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No: 61. DISTRICT COURT OF
THE U. S. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
vs. WILLIAM' R. CA8TLE. ot al.
SUMMONS: ROBERT; W, BRECKONS,
UNITED 8.TATES OF, AMERICA', )
Tarrltory, of Hawaii, )
I. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho DIs
trlct Court or tho United States ot
America, In and for tho Territory nnd
District ot Hawaii, do heroby certify
tho foregoing to bo a full, truo nnd
correct copy of tho original Potltton
and Summons In tho caso ot UNITED:
STATES OF AMERICA vs. WILLIAM
It. CASTLE et al., as tho snmo re
mains of record and on fllo In tho of
fice of tho Clork of said 'Court.
IN'WITNESSWHREOF, I havo here-
unto sot, my hqnd nnd af
(Seal) fixed tho seal of said DIs-'
trlct Court ,tbls 21st day
of March, A. D.1910,
A. U. MURPHY,
Clork of United Statos District Court,
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Sealed Tenders will be recolved at
the offlce ot tho Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 in, of Satur
day, MnyM14, 1910, for furnishing
tbo Dopqrtmont' of Public Works,.
F.O.U. wharf,' Honolulu, with oner
10-ton stiff-log derrick with full
equipment and bull wheal'.
The "Superintendent ot Public
Works reserves (ho right to rbject
nny. or nil IiIiIh,
Superintendent of' Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H April 27, 1910.
(605 Apr. 2. 29, 30; May "2, 3 i'
0. 0, 7.
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