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evening nou.ETm. noNOMJi.tj. t. h, friday. junr 10. ioio.
Oceanic Steamship Company
SCHEDULE S. S. SIERRA, 10,000 TONS DISPLACEMENT
Lcnvc S. P. Arrive Hon. Leave Hon. Arrive S. F.
S ' June IS Jnne 24
f) July 0 ,, July 15
sua nrst class, single, s. ; siiu
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Steamers of tho above Companies will Call at HONOLULU and Leave
Oils Pott ou or about tho Dates mentioned below:
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For S. F.
Tcnyo Maru June 7 Siberia June 11
Korea June 13 China June 18
Tor further Information apply
EL Hackfeld &
Matson- Navigation Company
" BETWEEN SAN FRANOISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline. June 8 S. S. Lurline June 13
S. S. Wilhehrrina June 14 S. S. Wilhelmina June 22
S.-S..HYADES of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct,
COLD STORAGE CARGO SOLICITED
S.-S.-NEVADAN of this line sails from San Francisco for Honolulu,
direct.1 JUNE 14.
For l'urther particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD.. General Agents, Honolulu
POR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: j fOR. VANCOUVER;
MANUKA JON;C J5 UARAMA . . .". JUNE 21
MAUAMA JULY 23 MAK.URA ', JULY 19
" . j . ;" y V'.A'' '
, THEO H.-DAVIE8'&-CD,rLTD9"OBNERAWGENT8.t-"-"
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA
8. S. MISSOURI AN to sail
a. a. UULUJUHAM, to sail
. FoSfujrJher information apply
HUSTACE - PEGK GO., LTD
S QUEEN STREET , FH0KTC SIS
Estimates Riven on all kinj of Drayintr, Teaminf. Road BuildiBi.
txeavating, Filling. - '
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE SANDsFOR SALE -
rrtltnrr and Piano stotic.
ThpR F nillinrfham fn
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York. Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALD DI.OQ.
Is not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
Out you Must have the BCST
and that Is provided jy the famous
and most equitable Lawa of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
I OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
i;(f you would be fully Informed about
' these la.vs, address
. HOMO! VLU, T. H
Jim 2fl Inlw K
July 20 , , July20
nrst class, round tnn, San Fran.
& CO., LTD., General Agents.
Toyo Risen Kaisha
Co., Ltd., agents
TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
, JUNE 10
to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD
MORSE. General Freijht Aeent.
We can supply you with the best
(jrndc of Coal at low price.
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION &
nn Ct--j.t ,vt Tn.l.l.M.1
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanae.'Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations stlS a. m.. 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill nml Way
Stations 17:30 a. in., 9:16 a. m..
11:30 n. m., "2:15 p. m.. ?:20 p. m.,
5:15 p. m., J9:30 p. m., til:15 p. m.
For Wuhlnwa and Lellehua '10;S0
a. m., 5:15 u. m., JD:30 p. m., tllUB
Arrive Honolulu from 'Kahuku, Wal
aulua and Walanao 8t3G a. m,
5:31 p. m. i
Arrlvo Honolulu 'from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City t7M5 a. m , 8!36 a. in.,
11:02 a. m., l:40 p. m., 4:26 p. m
5:31 p. m., 7:50 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Lellehua 9:16 a. m , tl:0 p. m., 5:31
p. m, tlO:it p. m.
Tho Ilnlclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first class ticket honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m,; returning, arrives !n Honolulu
at 10:10 p. in. The Limited stops only
at Pearl City and Walanao outward,
aqd Walonae, Walpabu and Pearl City
Dally. fSundar Excepted. tSunday
f. P. TinNIBON, F. C. SMITH,
Biiperlntcndnnt o. P. A.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Fhone 181
IRAILIIXXD a IBM.
BISHOP & CO:
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California, and The Lon
don Jdtnl Stock Bank
Ltd., London. N
Correspondents lor the
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Gxk &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
W. 0. Irwin.
: T. H.
8an Francisco Agents Tho
Novada National Dank of San
Draw Excnange on tho Nevada
National Dank of Sail Krauclsco.
London The Union of Loudon
and Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New York Amorlcnn Exchange
Chicago Cora Exchange Na
Paris Credit Lyonnals. ,
Hongkong and Yokohama
Hongkong Shanghai Banking Cor
poration New Zealand and Australia
Dank of Now Zealand and Dank
Victoria and Vancouver Dank
of British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made
on approved security. Commercial
and Travelers' Credits tssuod.
Illlls of Exchange bought and
Collections Prompt'y Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up). Von 24.000,000
Itoservo Fund ,...Ycn 10 250,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receives for
collection bills of oxchange,
Ibsucs Drafts and Letters of
Credit, and transacts a general
The Dank receives Local Do
posits and Hend OUco Deposits
for fixed periods.
Local depoaitH $2f urd upwards
for ono year nt rate of 4 per un
num. Head Orfico Deposits. Yen 25
and upwards for ono-lmlf year, oue
yoar, two years, or thrco yean at
rate of 4 per annum.
Particulars to bq obtalnod on
Honolulu Offlco-C7 S. King SL
P. O. Dox 1C8.
Yu Akal . Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - H. L. BOSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobile!, Motor Cycles. Gas Sta
tionary and Marine Engines, Rice
win macmnery, x,ic,
Of ALL KINDS.
SEALERS IN LUVBIK.
ALLEN ft SOJUNSOK.
nf Itrmt :t Hnnnlnjn
A. fall assortment, sizes 24"x86"
to A8"120", and gauges No. 1G to
No. 26 Just: to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, , and guarantee satislaction,
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO J0EBING
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211. 145 Kins St.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
tects. Phone 145,
185 editorial rooms 355 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin President
W. O. Smith.. First Vlco Prosldeut
W. M, Alexander
. . . . . . Second Vice-President
J. P. Cooko i ,
Third Vlco-rrcs. and Manager
J. Wntfcihouse ,....,.( Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
"JD, Castle , Director
J.' R. Qalt m... Director
W. II. Castle ,i. Director
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Rallro&d Company.
Hnloakala Uanth Company.
McDrydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Railway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, 8UQAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AOENT8
Kwa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co
Apokna Sugar Co , Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of SL Louis.
Dlako Steam Pumps.
Dabcock & Wilson Pumps.
Qrccn'a Fuel Economizers.
March Steam Pumps.
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Lino Shipping Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8UOAR FACTOR8 AND COM
Officers and Directors:
E. F. Illshop President
Geo. H. Ilobortson
....Vlco-Presldent and Manager
W. W. North Treasurer
Illchard Ivers Secretnry
J. n. Oalt Auditor
Geo. It. Carter ......... Director
C. II. Cooke Director'
It. A. Cooke .,1 Director
A. aartlcy 1.. ......';,. Director-
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Iloynl Insurance Co. qf Ltvcrtiooi.
London Assuranco Coriinnitton
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co. of Kdlnburgh.
Caledonian Insuranco Co. of Cdln
Uppor Klilno Insurance Co. (Ma
rine) Teiritorial Board of
Offloe 103 Stangewald Bldg.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Will do it
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka Hana
THE RENEAR1 CO.
ALOER0BA BEAN MILLS
CIGAR NOW 60
M. A. QUNST & CO. Agents
PINK PILLS HELPED
Parents of Girls Approaching
Womanhood Should Consider
the Treatment Which Re
stored This California
Woman to Health.
Wlirn tho J'oung girl develops lno rn
manhood tlicrn l always tho danger 01 fl
general breakdown unlow tlm ij U
irara nml mi. jliiii is especially irie 11
aliooverfludles ormerorlvs, ,'
It H n ilanpor, linger, that can o
CR'lly uvrrteil If tlio Warning synipjotni
of InipovcrMipiI blooil ro promptly MrVit
nil. 1'allnr, loi nt, tirItK, depression,
lack of ainliitlnn and Mmrtneei n( tlrrnth
orosomoof tluro svniptonn nlilclirnli
not he illaken. Tov rnnre licaltlifiil
ileelopment Hlepn 1111151 Ixi taken at onro
to build up tlm blood, tt honour tbcw
symptomi nto prewnt. The cxperienro
of Imndrrdi of wnmen lia.1 pitned that
Dr. WillinmV Pink Pills are tho l-t
medicine for Ihii purrKw. They are a
certain blood builder and strengthen and
gio hcnlth to the entire IkkIv.
Mrs. W. M. Lynn, of Xo. 710 Vlumo
street, Chico, Cnl., tells of her rum by
Dr. WilHnmx' Pink Pills as idio bopc-i
that other sti(Tcrirtg women will le led liy
her statement to gno this remedy a trial.
"When I nliiinyieAcnteeiiln J car,""
eho taj, "I Ik--iii to rafTer from weak
new roininon to my ccx. I had never
Ikhmi ery ftrong nml now xmel to
break ilonn compldely. I had head
aches OA'cry day. .My hack ached a great
deal. I un pale and thin mid didn't
liavn amhitinn to do anything. I would
lio d round nio.'t of the time.
"My homo wm in Orland and I "aa
treated by n Vitor foralmiit two month.
Iln did not help 1110 at all and I gave mi
his treatment (o try Dr. Williams' link
Pill. They helped mo from tho first and
a few Imxcs entlnly lured 111c. L liae
lieun well eer sinco "
1'aretitn of girls -Alio go Into tleilino ni
lliey rearh tlm ieriol of ilccliiinent
should not neglect the flrtwft'iiti)Hiiiili
loins for the -aIioIo future l.tallh of tfio
child depends upon tho way In Miiirli
she pai-n this irithul time. Katuro
ncoils help in mot eaw-i and tho tonie
treatment with Dr. WilliatnV l'ink Pills
is the mift elllclfiit Hint can IvkHcii.
It jou ilc-iro full inforinntlo'i about
tills treatment, writo for a coiiy of 'our
free, lxMiklet,, 'Tlsin Talks to Women."
Dr. Wllllums' Pink Pills are Mild brail
druiRirt.s, or will Ik) sent, (wtpald. 6a
retvipt of priiv, "0 cents jwr lo-c-,'ix
boxes for fi..Vi, by tho Dr. Wllliaiiis
JlediUne Compiny, Schenectady, X. Y.
IN T11D CIRCUIT COURT OP fllK
I'lrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
At Clinnihers. In Probate. In tho
matter of iho Kstnte of Hllzabeth Ki
Richardson, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
deceased. On reading nml nlliic the
Petition of K. Vivian Hl'linidnon of
said Honolulu, alleging that Eliza
beth K. Utchardson of said Honolulu
died lutcatntq at said Honolulu on
the SUh day of May, 1910, leaving
pio tv in tho Territory of Hawaii
lie ecu., to be administered upon,
I and p,i liiff that Lctteru of Admtn-
iiiiratx issue to willium o. bmmi
I 1 I lonohilu; It Is ordered, that
I nd , tho 27th day of Juno, 1910,
ai tea o'clock a. m., bo and hereby
Is appointed for hearing said Peti
tion In tho courtioom of this Court
at said Honolulu, before the under
signed Third Judge thereof, nt which
time and place nil pcrsoiis concerned
may appear and bIiow cause, If any
they h,ie, why said Petition should
not-bo granted. Dated nt Honolulu,
Oahu, T II.. May 21, 1910. Dy tho
Court. Attest: V. M. HARRISON.
Assistant Clerk, Circuit Court, First
Circuit, T. of H. 8mltli. Warren k
Homonwny, nttomejH for petitioner.
4C2G May 21, 28; Juno 4, 11.
CONSTRUCTION WORK, Head
quarters, U. S. Marina Corps, Quar
termaster's Olllcc. Washington, D, C,
May 7, 1910. SI3ALKD PROPOSALS
will bo received nt this ofllco until
11 a, in., August 25, 1910, nnd then
be publicly opened, for the erection
of n marine barracks, officers'
houses, and servants' qunrtcrs at tho
nnvul station. Pearl Harbor, T, it.
Proposil blanks, plans, specifications
and o(her information can bo ob
tained from the Commanding Odlcor,
Marine Darracks, Naval Station, Ho
nolulu, T. If.; tho Commanding Of
ficer, Marine Uarracks, Navy Yard,
Rrcmcrton, Washington; tho Depot
quartermaster, U. S. M. C, 182
Second Street, San Francisco, or from
thq undersigned. The Quart'crmas.
tcr reserves the right to reject any
and all bids, or parts, thereof, and
to waive informalities., r. L.
DENNY, Colonpl, Quartermaster.
REOAL SHOE 00.
KinV and Bethel. '$
In.er-Island end O, R. & L shipping
boolce for salo at the Hullo tin
ofDco. GOc each.
TAFT WILL NOT BE!
PltKSIDKT TO UK l PKXSIL-
VAIA WHEN TR1VKI.KK
Washington, May 26 President
Tnft will not nttend tho home-coming
celebration In honor of Theodora
Rqisqct In New York, on Juno 18th.
The President hus been urged to nt
tend by representative of tho Repub
lican Club of Now York, who first
suggested the celebration. On tho
day tho former Prosldcnt sails into
Now York harbor President Tnft will
bo nt Villa Nova, I'd., rcccMng tho
degrco of Doctor of Jurisprudence
from St. Thomas College.
There Is much speculation In Well
ington as to Just when nnd under
what circumstances President Tnft
nnd his predecessor will meet. There
is n strong probability, houoxer, tint
Colonel Roosevelt, ns n returning
special embassador representing Hie
United States nt tho funeral of King
Edward, will como to Washington
soon nfter his arrival In this coun
try, to report to tho Stnto Department
In Hint event, It Is more than llkuly
that he will be entertained ns n guest
nt the White House during his Hloy
In case tho President and Rooao-
elt do not meet under these circum
stances, It Is Bnid their first exchnngq
of greeting will tnke place In New
York city June 24th or 2."jt!i at tho
contention nt the National League of
Republican clubs, President Tnft lias
promised John Hays Hammond, ire
Idont of tho league, to nttond the con
tention, and Colonel Rooseelt has
accepted nn Int Ration to be pre tout
nnd to make n speech.
"In our opinion Mahukn slto only
avallablo 0110 for rcIeral building.
Recommend adjustment plans tn fit
available site," such was tuV cable In
troduced nt CBtcrdayl afternoon's
meeting of the trustees of the Mer
chants' Association by Mr. von Hamm
nnd sent last night to "Washington In
reply to thq one advising the associa
tion to urge the necessity for the en
The tnntees of tho association held
n meeting at thq closq of the-rcgular
meeting of tint nivrabrs to consider
tho Mnhuka site proposition, nnd ltwas
thq opinion of thoso present that Bomo
kind of a scheme was being worked
to change tho sttq and thnt thoro was
a nigger -In tho wood pi 3 nllhougli they
could not put their hands on Ills hid
"When tho architect left hero n
short time ago bo told mo thut work
would bo under way In six months,"
said Mr. on Hamm, "nnd It Is evident
thnt ho Is not In 011 this deal for tho
whole block. Ho uald nothing about
tho amount of land not being largo
enough for tho building, nnd IIiIh other
scheme has been hatched In Wash
Other opInlonH woro cxprosscd In
tho snmo tenor, It being tho consensus
of opinion that as tho ofclaU had op
posed the business community In tho
first placo on tho slto question, thoy
or Romcnnn 0U0 eqtnlly Intorested
were now tolng by mpans of crjlng
tho necessity of $350,000 moro money
to buy tho cntlro block thus stop tho
Federal government frn starting
anything at all nnd tying up tho wholo
matter again until another slto waB.
In tho cah?c as tlrst prcsontcd by
on Hamm thcro was a clause, at the
end which rend, "unless spocdy ac
tion can bo expected to purchaso en
tiro block." but this was jeft out of
tho cablo In Its final form. This puts
tho mutter cnlioly up to Washington,
tho merchants having gono on record
for the Manuka slto and that alone,
IREAL .ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 8, 1910,
from" 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Cecil Drown to H,eu Sup ct ul I,
Jan. 1.. Cockburu and wt to Umma
Drolcr (widow) ,, D
Alfred W. Carter to Gcorgo II. Pa
Protestant Uptscopal Ch In llnwn
Is to Annie T. K. Parker D
City Mill Co Ltd tn Shou Lun....Rv1
W. C. Peacock & Co Ltd to Philip
Cornn .11 S
W. A. Kinney and wf to Hawn Trust
Co Ltd M
William R Castlo and nf to Rose
Entered for Record June 9, 1910,
fcom 9 a. m. to 10;30 a, m,
Mnkalekn K 1.0 and hsb to W. H.
Deers ,..,..'. M
Kauaku () to J Kalla et id D
I) Klnl Koakulann nnd wf to Jos
eph N Kekoakulana .,,..!)
Antono K Tavares and wf to C D
Lufkln Tr ... , M
Antono F Tin ares and wf to First
Nntl Hank of Wnl)ukn ........CM
riedorlck J Aniwog and wf to Albert
N Campbell D
Albert N Campbell and wf to Wes
tern & Hawn Investment Co Ltd,,D
Joseph Leal to on Hamm Young
Co Ltd ..M ...,...'...w..CM
IN TIIR DI3TIHCT COUnT OF TUB
1 ttMiTori nTATi-a uriti Tiltaktlult-
RITORY OF HAWAII.
THK UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff,, vb. WILLIAM IL
'CASTLE, ot al., Defendants.
Action brought In uald District Court,
and the Petition filed In tho offlco of
tho Clerk of said District Court, in
THE PRESIDENT OF.TllK UNITED,
STATE8 OF AMERICA ORI5ET
WILLIAM II. CASTLE; IDA D. CAS
TLE, wife of WILLIAM II. CASTLE;
WILLIAM R. CASTLE, Trustee; J. D.
JOHNSON, whose full and true namo
Is unknown; UWIN1 JOHNSON, wife
of J. D. JOHNSON, whoso full and true
namo Is unknown; WILLIAM C.
ACIII; HANNAH MAHICHAM;
GEORGE MARKHAM, husband Of
HANNAH MARKHAM; EDITH MOR
TON; HENRY C. MORTON, husband
of EDITH MORTON; ,MAUD PFLU-
OER; HENRY C. PFLUODIl, HusDan-1
of MAUD PFLUQER: YONO AH1N:
SIU SHEE. wife of YONO AHIN; LEH
CHU, Trustee: CUM HOY; LEDCHU;
CIIuNQ SHEE, Wlfo Ol LEE UIIUJ U.
DIN S1NO, whose full and truo name
Is unknown; WONO SEE, wlfo of C.
DIN, SINO, whoso full nnd truo namo
Is unknown: T. KAT POO, whOBO full
and truo name Is unknown: LKONQ
SHEE, wlfo of T. KAT POO, whoso
full and true name Is unknown; YEE
CHIN: WONO SHEE. wlfo of YEH
CHIN; CIIIM SHEE; THE WESTERN
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COM
PANY LIMITED, a corporation duly
Incorporated and organised under tbo
laws of tho United Kingdom ot Great
Orltnln and Ireland and having Ha Reg.
Istered OOlce at Dundee, Scotlnnd.i
YONO YAUf CHOW CHONG TIN?
SHOW DON; NO MINO JOKE; EL
MER KAPAHULU, RCI1ERT KAIMU
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO and CLA
RA WAIKIKI, unknown heirs al la
of KAAIHAEMA, deceased; MANUEL1
LEAHI, AUGUSTUS WA1ALAD, ED
NA HANAMU and MARY NIU, un
knowfe heirs at law of IIOOMOEA
PULE (w), deceased: ALFRED PUU
NUI, ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and MALAEA PALAMA,
unknown heirs at law of KANANI
MAULOA twf, deceased; JOHN AIEA,
CHARLES MUNANA, JOD WAIAU,
EUGENE MOILtlLI, VINCENT PA
HOA. CLEMENT KOELE. MIRIAM
I.'EHUA. RUTH HALE, ELIZABETH
MAKIKI, ADDIB KALUAOLOHE.
LEIL'XNl PUNAWAI, LYDIA MOKU
and EVELYN POO, unknowa owners
You nro hereby directed to appear,
and answer the Petition In an action
entitled as above, brought against you
In tho District Court of 'tbo United
States, In and for tbo Territory ot Ha
walljrwltbln twenty days from 'and af
ter aervlco upon you ot a (icrtlBod
copy of Plaintiff's Petition herein, to
gether with a certified copy of tbla
And you nro hereby .notified that
unless you appear and answer aa
above required, tbo aald ,PIaIntlff will
tako Judgment and condemnation ot
tho lands described In tho Potltlon
herein and for nny othor relict do-
mnnded In tho Petition.
WITNESS THE HONORABLE A. O.
M. ROBERTSON, one ot
tho Judges of said District
Court, this 18th day ot
Q,ftl tlnpnli In Itin vnr... nf n,.M
Ifc".-. ......v.. ... ,uu jvt.l Ul uut
lxirrt nnn tlimiRnnrt nlnn
hundred and ten and ot
tho Indcpcndcnco of the
United States the one
hundred and llilrty-foilrth.
(Slgucd) A. E. MURPHY.
"No. 61. DISTRICT COURT OP
THE U. 8. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
s. tylLMAM II. CASTLE, ot nl.
SUMMONS. IIOBERT W. BRECKONS,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, )
Territory of Hawaii, )
I. A. E. MURPHY, Clork of tho Dis
trict Court of tho United Btatca ot
Amorlcn, In -and for tho Torrltory and
District of Hawaii, do horoby certify
tbo foregoing to bo a full, truo and
correct copy of tho original Petition
and Summons In the case of UNITED
STATES Or AMERICA vs. WILLIAM
R. CASTLE et nl., as tho aamo re
majna of record and on file In tho of
flco of tho Clerk of said Court,
IN WITNESS WHREOF, I have here
unto set my hand nnd nt
(Seal) flxodthe seal of said Dis
trict' Court this 21st day
of March, A. D. 1910.
A. E. MURPHY,
Clerk of Unltod Stntoa District Court,
Torrltory of Hawaii.
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu Streets,
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