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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU,, T. H, TUESDAY. JUNE 7, 1910.
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ORGANIC ACT DEBATE
Mr. Kinkead of New' Jersey. Do not
go to strong on that population.
.Mr. Mncon. No, I am not going to
nay anything about the character of
,, illr. Butler. Oh, say something
doom the population and its character.
I know the gentleman will speak kind
ly) of It,
'.Mr. Macon. Do you pay $10,000 to
Mr. Duller. Wo pay 110,000 n year.
Mr. Macon. What Is the population
Mr. Dutler. If It Is rill accurately
counted, wo ought to hrivo about 8,
Mr. Macon. And your governor
must make n campaign and pay the
expenses of an election, wlierens this
governor has tho office passed to lilin
on a sliver platter for a period of four
years certain, and (losslbly four years
longer, without nn effort or expense
of any kind on his part.
.Mr. Cox of Indiana. The gentleman
certainly does not mean to say that
the governor of Pennsylvania pays out
nny money in campaign expenses?
.Mr. Macon. Oh, I suppose that run
ning for office costs something In
Pennsylvania as well as In other
.Mr. Klnkead of New Jersey. Will
the gontlcman yield?
Mr. Hamilton. Vcs.
Mr. Klnkead of New Jersey. 1
would like to ask him what the pres
ident of the Kcpubllc of Hawaii re
ceived when It was under a govern
ment of Its own?
Mr, Knlanianaole. Twelve thousand
dollars a year.
Mr. Macon. In paying him iat much
the people of the Island threw nway
about $7000 a year,
t Mr. Hamilton. I do not understand
the force of the gentleman's sug
gestion, but the gentleman from Ha
waii has answered the inquiry of the'
gentleman from New Jersey.
,l.Mr. Ma'con". Tlie'ToTc'e of tt Is that
all In excess of $3000 was squandered1.
Mr. Hamilton. Does Hie gentleman
mean the president of the'TCrrltory?
Mr. Macon. Yes; all of tho salary
pajd him In excess of $5000 was wast
Mr. Hamilton. We'll, t ilo not know.
Perhaps the gentleman has some prl-
The BEST in
It, is the product
from Patre 1.)
vato information In relation to that,
but the gentleman's Information U so
excluelve tilat It seems almost home
made on that subject, (Laughter.);
Mr. Macon. Will the gentleman Im
part a little of his Information -as 'to
why he thinks to the contrary?
Mr. Hamilton. I really nnfJiVpt,yn
ruiiy liuonncii, i nay mo gentleman
must havo sotno exclusive Information
on tho subject. I do know this, that
the expenses of tho governor In Ha-
wall are much greater than tho ex
penscs of n governor ordinarily of any
of our States or Territories.
.Mr. Macon, un wnat noes ino gen
tleman basu that statement?
Mr. Ilninlllon. On the higher cost
of living, to begin with, and next, up
on tho great burden tlmt Is lniKised
upon the governor by the necessity,
iimler custom of entertaining every
body that comes that wny, either from
tho Orient or this country; and that
burden Is not only put upon lilin by
custom, but by tho fact that very fre
quently the Slate Department noti
fies tho Governor of Hawaii of the ar
rival bf notable personages from this
country and from tho Orient.
Mr. Macon. Well, some of tho gen
tlemen on tho rommlltee slated a
whllo ago thut 3 ncies was a good
homestead In Hawaii, that it auji'n
could make a good. living on 3 'aNjps
of land. If that Is tho case, how' can,
the gentleman reconcile his statement
that tho cost of living Is so much
greater over (here than It Is here,
when we can hardly make a living' on
100 acres of land In this country.
Mr. Hamilton. Tho gentleman from
Arkansas, t know, means to bo a
candid and fair rcasoner. The condi
tions In Hawaii arc quite different, and
it would take ton much tlmo really to
go Into a discussion of It. When they
say an acre and a half will sustain n
family, they mean this, that the nn
tlvp, the islander, lives on pot very
largely; that Is Its staple
Mr. Macon. Are there any cakes
wllh that "pol?" (Laughter.)
Mr. Hamilton. I think so; but I am
not certain as to (hat. An acre and
a half down "noxt to the sea will pro
duco rice and taro root, out of which
tho pot Is made, and will afford a llv-
Ine for a family, but that Is aulto. a
different thing, ns .the gentleman will
Dullt by the Locomobile Co. of America, Drldgeport, Conn.
Contains all the advantages of eleven
years experience in automobile ,
t . manufacture
, The locomobile is an impressive exemplification of the adage, ''Make.
' haste slowly,"
No good aiticle was ever produced by forced develotment and hurried
. manufacture. .
The BEST is invariably the produot of time, experience and thought.'
The BEST is invariably an EVOLUTION, no.ft REVOLUTION. .
motor car production is the LOCOMOBILE. '"''', u.l'. a'..1;
of eleven years' evolution. Eleven
Eleven years' devotion to the highest manufacturing;.1'!
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"30" Shaft-Drive "40" Chain-Drive
LIMOUSINES, LANDAULETS. TOURING CARS, , ROADSTERS
Schuman Garage Co., Ltd.,
Mr, Stephens of Texas. Will tho
gentleman yield for a question?
Mr. Hamilton: Yes.
Mr. Stephens of Texas. What Is the.
number of square mlks In the Hi
Mr. Hamilton. About tJOftO.
1 mK 'Stephens' of'Texas. About howl
.many lnhabttantfl(are there there?
Mr. Hamilton, One hundred and;
seventy-five thousand: and I will rIvo
the geiiHeman the divisions If ho wnntn)
- Mr. Stephens of Texas. No; 1 want,
to get ,a,t tho size and the number of
the Inhabitants. What Is tho amount
paid to the governor of Alaska and
the governors of Arizona and New
Mr, Hamilton. Klvo thousand dol
lars ii year to the governor of Alaskn
nnd $3500 a year to the governors of
Arizona nnd New Mexico.
Mr. Stephens of Texas. Then, why
should It be doubled when wo have n
smaller population and a much less
area I'll Hawaii?
Mr. Hamilton. Did tho gentleman
from Texas hear whnt I slnled a few
Mr. Stephens of Texas. I read tho
Mr. Hamilton... It is all concentrated
In those facts', W I confess that tho
salary sccmtjot'ce, but It does appeal
to 'everyone w)o'knows tho conditions
there. Very heavy expenses are put
upon the governor.
Mr. .Dates. Mr.' 'Chairman. Is it not
.u fact 'that, "thord Is a continual pro
cession of visitors, rrom ino states to
Hawaii, who-aro .continually entertain
ed at tho governbr's receptions?
Mr. Hamilton. It is undoubtedly,
Mr. Dales, And from all other coun
tries on the globe. Hawaii Is tho
crossroads of the Pacific, and there
Is hardly n day In tho year when therp
are not gijests there that the governor,
must entertain, nnd he 'would bo com
sldcred below par If ho did not throw"
his mansion open to entertaining
Mr. Hamilton. Ho must do It. j
Mr. Dates. Is tho gentleman also
aware of iho fact that the distinguish
ed governor of Now York Btated only
within n few days that he leaves tho
governor's chair poorer than when ho
went In becanao of tho cost of enter-
.talnlng' Incident to being governor ot
I , if'
years of rightly ap.',,,,',,;, (t.,
' ree, from
.the Stat, although tho salary Is $10,-
ooo, a year?
Mr, Hamilton. That Is true.
Mr. Dutler. I wonder what Impres-
slon that makes upon the visitors at
the. governor's mansion the statement
tb'aj a, govejnor'imau'.e.jjoorr, because
of entertainment tb( he has fdrnlsE
!e,(L Jfo washot, c,otnpj led, fp furnish
wlljlngly offers, no .eijcuje, speak
Mr, Hamilton. The governor .does
nqt mqke n complaint,
kf Vahh 11a I. ...it nnm .lf n.t ...
,.M,,.iailil. J1V in tiui .uuiiviii;ii jn
kccn.tho pfflcc, ''
"Mr. Dutler. lie Is not compelled to
accept tho offlco, nnd ho Is not com
pelled to feed the people. My col
leaguo says that ho read n statement
of a complaint made by the governor
of New York that ho Is poor becauso
of the entertainment he furnished, Of
course he need not have furnished it,
aoolden. Dut that Is tho kind
of governor we have In New York who
Mr, Dutler. I do not understand that
Oovernor Prear has ever complained,
cither before the committee or else
where, regarding the expenditures ho
was required to make,
Mr, Hamilton. Ho expressly refus
ed to do it,
Mr; Good. The islands aro aptly call
ed tho -'fcrossways" of tho Pacific. I
think a few-years ago when the then
Secretary of War was on-hls way to
the Philippine Islands he was entertained,-
and members of Congress' who
were In that party were entertained,
at Iho governor's mansion. Hardly a
week- passes but whnt travelers to nnd
from tho Orient call at the governor's
mansion and are entertained by him
M. Dates. And in parties.
Mr. Good. Hardly a ship comes
into that port no matter whethor It
Is, nn American or n foreign vessel
but what brings some one who calls
upon tho governor, and he would hard
ly be a true representative American
citizen If ho did not extend to them tho
hand of hospitality. I think It speaks
well for Governor Frcnr that he has
expended largely of Tifs" private"
means In extending hospitality, not
only to the citizens of this country but
to citizens 'of all other countries, and
I want to- say right In this connection
that whllo It Is trtio the governor ot
Porto IHco receives but $8000, he also
Is ' furnished wllh an executive man
sion. No, executlvo mansion Is fur
nished tho governor of tho Hawaiian
Islands., .The governor of Porto IUco
Is cot called upon to entertain as Is
tho governor of tho Hawaiian Ulands.
and It seoms to me that wo ought fo
fake that Jnt'o consideration when we
aro .fixlngtho amount of his salary,
Mr, Hamilton, Mr. Chairman, thero
Is another view of tho situation I want
to offer before pnsslng over that sec
tion. Mr. Dutler. If mejnbera of Congress
stayed away from Hawaii, the gover
nor will havo moro money.
Mr. Hamilton. Dut they will not do
Mr, Duller. Then we have to pay
Mr, Hamilton. What I wish to Bug.
gest Is that It is not a good idea to
mako It necessary for men of wenlth
to hold these positions. These post
Uoiib ought to pay salary enough so
that men of moderato means can afford
to occupy them
Mr, Dales. Do self-sustaining.
Mr. Hamilton. Do self-sustaining. I
understand it Is perfectly natural, las
It appears to tho gentleman fromAr
kanBne, and I Bay ns It appeared to me
at first thought, 'that $10,000 was n
pretty largo salary for tho governor ot
Hawaii,, but we must take the factB
into consideration and act according,
ly. Conditions thero are totally 'dis
similar from tho conditions In any,
nmer pari or our country. i
Mr. Mann. Will tho gentleman yield
for a question?
L Mr. Hamilton. Yes.
Mr. Mann. , If the purposo la to .per,
mtt a poor man to entertain everybody
who comes to Hawaii, why docs not
ino ' gentleman make it a proper
amount? Ten thousand dollars will
not go very far toward entertaining
naval, war, and other ofllcJalB, going
over to Hawaii, and 'members of Con
gress, and if ho has to entertain them,
$10,000 Is not very large; so why not
mako it $50,000?
Mrt Hamilton. I suggest to tho gen
tleman from Illinois that- he must con
sider this condition just exactly as It
Mr, Maun. That Is what I am try
ing to 'dq.
Mr. Hamilton. Ot course we could
riot, do that,, but after all he must .rec
ognize that a big, burden Is put upon
Mr, Mann, It ' the gentleman will
.permit- vr. . .
Mr,., Hamilton.,, I win penult. ,,r
j., tr. Mann. A,bl&'$urden,lBtput up1
,pp the governor pfj;veVy.Sf,ate-:-..Mr.
,-Mr. Manri.. Aid.Ldaro,say;tho g(y
'Of rot ofj.the $tato" which I In part rep:
resent' does moro entertaining In a
year than tho governor of Hawaii
does In two years, .
i Mr, .Hamilton. I bog to Bay the gen
tleman Is entirely mistaken .
Mr, Mann. I beg to Bay I am not
mistaken about' that proposition,
Mr. Hamilton. Your governor enter
taius,;but lu a totally different sort of
- Mr, Good.. I suggest to the gentle
man that money does not circulate
perhaps as freely In Hawaii as It doos
"'"Mr.'' Mann. Perhnss It docs not pass
. as readily at Springfield lis through
the Slate of Iowa, but In our State-
Mr. Hamilton. Does the State fur
nish your governor a. bouse?
Mr. Mann. Yes.
Mr. Hamilton. And how much sal
ary does your governor draw?
Mr. Mann. I thjnk he gets $10,060
br $12,6.00 a year. , '
Mr. Hamilton., t fiema (o be a
very deslrable'bertn, and youf- citizens
em io aesire lu xjuiu (nai pmce.
jilr.'Mann. Thev desire It no more
than "d,pesr bome, .m'fWi' to be governor
of llnwnjl jih'jlV tlib present salary;
There, aije 'As, many m,en,'ftr,Jvfnu to be
Mr. Hamilton. My recollection Is
that tho YaBt governor of Hawaii, who
was a wealthy man, gavo as ono of the
reasons for going out that the expense
of the maintenance of the stabllsh
ment was very heavy upon him.
Mr. Mann. It Is perfectly truo that
anyone, nnywhoro In the world, who
wants to set himself up as a social or
society dude, or who wants to start In
to wend money on anybody who wants
to be entertained, could spend an un
limited amount,, whether It be In Ho
nolulu, Washington, or Patagonia.
Xlr. Hamilton. Tho gentleman from
Illinois (Mr, Mann) Is not exactly fair
about that, although I know he means
to bo fair.
Mr. Mann. I want to bo fair.
Mr. Hamilton. Tho governor of Ha
waii docs not set hlmsolf up. as a. so
ciety dude. Here is tho difficulty: A
ship puts Into that port Hero Is n
dignitary and somebody tnust enter
tain him. Tho hotels i-rro open, It Is
true, but the city limits of the city
of Honolulu aro commensurate with
tho 'island of Oaliu. He Is a dignitary,
perhaps, of the Untied Stales. Un
doubtedly ho expects to be greeted by
tho governor' of tho Island.
Mr, Mann. Then I would give him
Mr, Hamilton, you mignt; nut i
doubt If you would, though. I would
not be Biirprlsed If the gentleman from
Illinois set up a sumptuous establish
ment It ho became governor, ot Ha
waii. (I-aughter and applause.)
Mr. Mann. If I ever become the
governor of Hawaii, I hope that 1
may havo the, pleasure of entertaining
tho whole Congress, Including the
gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Ham
Mr. Dutler. "Bvery defeated, candl-
dato will come and stay two years.
(Laughter.) , ,
Mr. Hamilton. I think tho gentle
man could fill tho position.
Mr. Mann. I think I could. I do
not seo any very, great difficulty In
being governor of. a Territory that has
only 175,000 people..
Mr.. Hamilton. It has a very diverse
ponulatlon. but I do not-,doubl tho ca
paclty ot the gentleman from Illinois.
Mr. Mann. -There are moro nation.
alltles In my district than there will
be in Hawaii In, a hundred, years. .,,
Mr. Hamilton, Tho, gentleman can
only sneak ono language. ...
Mr. Mann, The gentleman Is mis
taken. I apeak several., (Laughter.)
Mr. Hamilton. 1 beg pardon.. Dut
ho Bpeaks one Janguago extremely
(To be Continued.)
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Private Harry Dradloy,- Troop M,
5th Cavalry, having been reported fit
for duty by the post surgeon, win
proceed to Join his station at Scho-
lleld Darracks,, Oahu, reporting upon
arrival to the commanding officer for
duty.'-' n it
First Sergeant August Ulshefer,
who has been In this battalion for
several years,- has beew retired from
the U. 8. Army after putting In thirty
years' of service. First Sergeant Ul
shoefdr left for the States on the last
transport, which sailed Friday even
Ing. Tho boys of this, battalion, gave
him their best "aloha" before ho loft.
Private Drews of Company F has
been nppolnted musician, as Musician
Smith has been appointed corporal.
Private Drews filled the vacancy.
' The National Ouards were on the
range all day yesterday. The wind
was a lltfle too strong for shooting,
so there were very few hits made.
. The Fort Shatter baseball team
played the Fort Rugera at the league
grouuds Saturday afternoon, the Hu
gerg defeating the Shatters by' a score
of 12 to 8. The Fort Shatter team
iad a llttlo hard luck for tho first
seven" Inn fugs. Cook Doloun 'pitched
the game up to, the eighth Inning,
when jW'ai', taiteii out 'ind 'Nlver
ebi fJoVjh'jV'plac'e Jn''hobOic. Ntver
son, had n gocjii MeiJ' beltbr'Vuck with
thguniohan1' ,jol')un' did'. The, 'Fort
gjaltftr'a "began ty' score' 'in the eighth
fnnlug for.thenrst'.jlme.'' 'Tlje fol
lowing wag, the llnoup .o,f tie Sliaf
ters lloloun Nlvernon, p.; Kerithor,
c.;?Santen, Collins, lb,; ,Gongol, cf,;
Durant, 3b.; Splcer, cf.; Lemhi, 2b.;
Klstler, rf.; McCall, ss. The Iluger
lineup was; Long, 3b.-p.; Rentz, cf,;
Oliver, rf.; Daly, lb.; Drailnon, 2b.;
Drown, lf.-i.; Shreve, s;; Vaughan,
c; Gilchrist, If.-Sb.. '
IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND ANYTHINQ
better for stdeache, backaches or
stitches than Perry DavU' Painkiller.
Get tho large size, It Is the c!oup
est. At all druggists, 25c, 36c and 60c
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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"DOTS AND DASHES FhW
"ivld" Frnnklyn', the well-known
boxer, Is anxious for a match, and
as Sarconl has announced his Inten
tion .of challenging the "Kid," It may.
happen that a match will be made
between the pair. . r frnnklyn has
shown glimpses" bf'wliat he ran do,
nnd on one occasion when ho stepped
Into the ring to take a defaulter's
place, at a moment's notice, he show
ed up remarktibly well,, considering
I hat j he was not trained, It won.
pay someone to take Franklyn In
jiand and get him Into form; the ln.
Is clever and lias n 'good wallop In
both hands. '
The Japanese residents of Hono
lulu are having a great lot of bicy
cle races on JUly 3,. and the follow
ing program has been' arranged:
Five miles juniors, .tinder fifteen
years of age; ten miles scratch race
for Japanese; ten miles free for all;
fifteen miles free for all. These
races should be really good affairs,
and a big crowd Is sure to attend at
Kaplolanl Park, where the events
will take place.
Thore will be a smoker nt the He-
atnnl boat Bhed on June 23, and a
flno program has been arranged for
the entertainment of the members
and visitors. There will be a couple
of boxing bouts and several well
known athletes will -figure in them.
A "spot light" diving competition
will also be pulled off, and the whole
show promises to be a good one.
The twenty-third commencement
of the Kamehameha Schools took
place-Saturday night In the Dlshop
Memorial chapel at 8 o'clock. The
program was as follows:
Prelude. Overture, Voluntary.
Invocation, i. ....Rev. W. D. 'Oleson
Welcome i Francis Daker
Hawaiian Hymn..E. A. P. Nawcomb
"Prohibition",.. ....Rodney Durgess
'-'W'en dex Weather' Ralnln ", .L'ynes
Manual alee Club. ' '
"Individual "Responsibility" .". ...
. . . .' Allan Mcftbwa'n
'"flood-bye, Sweet Day1''. .Kate Vunati
, A Choral Class, Girls' School.'
Address. . . - . . ."Rev.' A. 'A: Ebersole
"Pauahl O Knlanl".. ., .Lllluokalanl
, ' Manual qiee Club.
Presentation of Diplomas.
Doll of Hond'h ' . "
Portlude In O... '.Harry Smart
LAND CASE GOES TO JURY.
After being before Judge Whit'
ney's court since April 29, the case
of Dlshop Estate against Kalelhl for
the possession of certain land ai
Watcrtown goes .to the Jury this aft
uie last witness In the case was
examined yesterday aftornoon.and to.
day counsel have been addressing the
W, L. Stanley, for the plaintiff,
held the floor during the morning
session. Counsel agreed to .limit
and E. C. PeterB, for defendant.
themselves to two hours In their or
guments, but Peters oxpects to close
far Inside of that time, and. the' case
will piobably go to. the Jury by -4
o'clock at latest.
TAX BOARDS .ARE APPOINTED.
Three, tax appeal boards have boen
appointed by Governor Frear In tho
only three districts, m which there
have Tieen any appeals 'on this year's
Maul hag ono board and Hawaii two,
the members, appointed for Maul be
ing U. V. Lutkln,. chairman; W. L.
Decoto and P. Cockett, For the third
taxation district on Hawaii the mom.
be are b. P, Tulloch, .chairman, ,R.
A. McWaln and ,L, S. Aungst, and for
tho fourth dlsfrlcti on Hawaii Judge
E, W. Darpard, William McKay nnd
R. T, Guards "are tho mombers who
constitute ine. board.
' A woman as less faith In hoi
ideals after .marrying one of them.
(, Skin of Beauty is a Joyforevei
n"- T. FElft ieiTUUD'S eWENTlt
CftBI OK MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
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will at U.ui,
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to DrDiV4llfina.'' or ftilt by Ul fdrctai ad Kucy
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Sealed .proposals will be received
at the office ot the City and County
Clefk, until the hour 017:30, o'clo:k
p. m., ot Tuesday, June 21, 1910,
for the furnishing of the tp6wing
supplies tor the City and, County
Jail from. Julyl, 1910(to Decemhsr
ai, iiu. dl
Supplies are to be, furntshed' In -quantities
upon the. requisition of
the City arid County Jailor.
All tenders must be, distinctly
marked, "Tenders for. Supplies', -Ho
nolulu Jail," .., ,
The Hoard of Supervisors reserves
the right "to reject the lowest or any
bid. .,.,- .
Meat4 per lb. , ,. '
Spuds, per lb.
Salt Pork, per Ibj . -- '
Salmon Balt), per-fb.- .'
Deans (white), per,lb'.,,,'- ; i
Rice, per lb. ,-',, ' '
Sugar (brown), 'per ,)h.' ,
Medium Dread, per lb.
Dread (fresh), per loaf,, ' ' '
Onions, per lb. , J ' ' . '
Tea, per lb,.; ,-. - Vt-,m
Coffee, per lb. .'''".
Pbli'perlb.' '...- .
Flour, per lb.
Soap, per lb.
Coal, per 2240 lbs.
D. KAL'AUOKALANI. JR..
Clerk, City1 and County of Honolulu.
Dated June 6, 1910. '
' 4638-JJune 0, 7,8, 9, to.
Special Meeting of Stockholders of
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of' .the stockholders of
the Walanao Company wilt be held
on Wednesday, the ICth day of June,
1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the of-,
flee of J, M. Dowsett, Honolulu, T.
H.,' for the purpose of taking' steps
necessary to obtain an amendment
to the charter ot the company.
Dy order of the President.
' J. M. DOWSETT.
Secretary, Waianae Company.
Dated, Honolulu, May 31, 1910,
Special Meeting of Stockholders of
Notlce.ls hereby given itbat a spe
cial meeting of -the stockholders .'ot
the Waianae Company'wlll be held
on- Friday;- the 17th day ot June,
1910, at ,10 o'clock a. m., at the
office' of Ji M; Dowset'r, Honoliflu.'T.
II., for the puropse'of considering,
in Increase In the capital stock, of
ald Waianae Company. .
Dy'order ot the Tresldent.
1 , J,. Ml DOWSETT. .,
Secretary, 'Waianae Company. -
Dated, Honolulu, May' 31, 1910.
' NOTICE. "
Notice Is .hereby given of the In
sorporatlon, under the' laws of the
Territory of Hawaii; of HANK OF
HONOLULU,'. LTD. (Capital 1600,
000 fully paid up), which will take
over and Buc;eed to the business of
3LAUS SPRECKELS ft CO. on July
1," 1910, , , ,x '?,,,.
The DANK OF HONOLULU, LTD..
wlir'con'duct ifgerieral banking bus
iness as' heretofore carred on by
CLAUS , SpRECKELS ft CO., and
iBks the1 cohtlnuance ottthe valued
patronage accorded to that firm.
DANK OF 'HONOLULU. LTD.
W. 0. IRWIN.
CONSTRUCTION WORK, Head
quarters, U. B. Marine Corps, Quar
termaster's, Office, Washington, D. O.,
May 7, 1910. 8EALED PROPOSALS
wU be received at tbla. office until
It a, in., August 25, 1910, and then
be publicly opened, 'for the erection
of, a marine barracks, officers'
houses, and servants' quartors at the
naval station, Pearl Harbor. T. It
Proposal, blanks, plans, specifications
and other lnfprmaton can be ob
tained from the Commanding Officer,
Marine Darracks, Naval Station, Ho
nolulu, T.;.IL; the- Commanding Of
ficer, Marine Darracks, Navy Yard,
Oremer.ton,- Wnshngt.qn; the Depot
Quartermaster, ,JJ. JB.M. 0 182
9econd Street, Ban Francisco,- or from
the undersigned, The Quartermas.
ter reserves the, right to rejecj. any
and, 11, bids, t'prpa'rtB thereof,,. and
to,, waive, Iplprmalltles., F. L.
DENNY, Colonel. Quartermaster,
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ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu- Branch of the Harrison
Has been called and la DUE JUNK
10 arid DELINQUENT on JULY IK.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBAIMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Night ClU 1014