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tRVENIN() BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. it., THURSDAY, JUNK 16, 1910.
ORGANIC ACT DEBATE
for their services. In nitilltlnn to
mileage at tlio rntc of 10 cent a
ii nil.c pitch way, tlio sum of
1600 Foi each regular session,
pn)nble In thro( equal Install
inonla mi mid utter the first,
thhtleth, nml fiftieth da) s of the
rceslon, mill the mini of $-00 for x
cncli special session: Piovldcd,
That they shnll recclvo no corn
pens ittnn for mi) extra session
held under the provisions of sec
tion &1 of thin act "
With the following committee
In line 1.1 strike out the word
"elx" and Insert the word
,,elHlit." no thai It will rend
"eight hundred dollars "
Mr M.iton Mr. Chairman, this' more cosmopolitan than jou can Hurt
Is n Scnnto hill and must hate been. In mi) part of the world,
ilulj rouslderid by u piopcr commit- When jou require men to logls
tee of that body. The) thought In 'late on the complex questions arts
the upper branch of the Congress' Ing In those Islands, jou need to
that $d00 wuh ii pioper compeiis!!-' have men who are dependable, mid
tlon to paj the members of the leg-'Jm wllr do what Is right, Not
Islatuic of the Territory of Hawaii, withstanding the fact that wo as u
for regular sessions mid $200 for ex- Territory tiro ho.ivll) taxed, the tax
tra sessions. It seems to me that pa)ers urc willing to glvu to the
that amount ought to.be unfile lent legislators $1000 n session. This
compensation for members of that fact constitutes a strong reason why
legislative body. Most of tlio Stntcs the House should votfe for tlio $800
of this Nation do not pa their leg- recommended by (ho committee.
Islators n greater compensation than Mr, Mann Mr Chairman, I hope
$0 per d.i. together with mileage, tho tommlttco amendment will not
1 am advised that the legislature of bo agreed, to If the committee
Hawaii sits about Bitty dajs Thl8 amcndmciit Is agreed to, It means
provision Indicates that It, sits about that this bill will probably hang In
fifty (Iijb In regular session, Jictauso
It provides that paMncnl shall bo
made to members on tho first, tlilr.
t lot li. and fiftieth dajs or the ses
sion, thus contemplating thnt a ses
blon will not last longer than fifty
dajs Therefore the pi) would be
about $10 n da), which amount
ought to he sufficient coiiiioiib;1UoI1
for members of any legislative body
of an) Territory or State of no
giciter Importance than tho Terri
tory of Hawaii
The State I represent In "Art Only
pj)s Its representatives $G n diiy, It
Is not expected that tho office shall
bo a mone) -making one. Persons
Interested In good government nro In
fin or of good laws, and thoso of
them who represent their counties In
tho legislatures of their States ex
putt to make some sacrifices In order
that tlioj ma) have good government
and good laws.
The proposition to pay members
of a territorial legislature more man
tlio members of the legislature of the
average Stale te eh on seeing to me
to be unwise. Some of the States,
such as New York, pa) a greater
amount than that. It pas so much
a jear, I believe, but the Territory
of Hawaii willviot compare with tho
State of New York In an) nay, and
hence we can not afford to gay that
u member of the legislature of a
great State like New York, with her
teeming millions of Inhabitants to
be legislated for, should not receive
greater compensation than the mepi
hers of the legislature of a Territory
Ilko Hawaii, with a population of
only 173,000 to be legislated for.
After deliberate consideration, Mr.
Chairman, m) judgment Is that the
amount provided by tho Senate Is a
sufficient compensation for members
of the legislature of the Territory of
Hawaii, and, Inasmuch as the tax
pajers of this country must pay n
part of that amount, I Insist that
we should not attempt to amend this
provision. I therefore hope the com
mittee amendment wilhe defeated,
Mr. Llo)d. Mr. Chairman, It Is
not my purpose to debate this
amendment, but simply to state that
tho minority of the Comjnlttco on
Territories are of tho opinion that
the Senate provision provides Biiffl-I
clent compensation for the members
of the legislature. Tho legislature
may remain In session for sixty il.i e,
and this will provide a compensa
tion of $10 a day, with the addition
of 20 cents for mileage; and we are
of the opinion that that very uearl)
pays the expenses of the travel of
the Individuals who may-'attend th
Mr, Kalanlanaole. Mr. Chairman,
the reason for this Increase of com
pcucatlon tor members of the legls-
l.iture wag thoroughl) gone over by
our people, Tho business men, tlc
general community, and the legisla
ture considered the matter very tare
fully, and tho conclusion was that
they ought to havo this Increase We
havo n great many Hawallans who
can bo depended on to legislate; In
tho Interest of the Territory; but b)
lenson of the oxpensc, a great man)
of the Hawallans who Hv out l tho
country, who own little homes, and
wlio depend upon what they raise,
, refuse absolutely to run for tho leg
islature on account of the very large
eipense necessary to their stay at
Honolulu during tho legislative ses
sion, The tonsequente Is that we
mo unable to Induce some of the
most desirable men to run for the
legislature at all. If we persuade
these men who tan bo depended up.
on to do what Is right to accept leg
islative oftlie, when they tome to
Honolulu they have to live at a ho
tel, and the) And that theli expense)
amount to more than their salary.
You gentlemen here know how little
)ou can save out orour much larg
c i salaries.
Wo want men In the legislature,
nni, to onjo) themselves, not for the
from .Pace 1.)
ren$oh that thj -want to Ret n largo
fnlarj, hut almiily to get men In
tfieie who will enact good Icglsla
tlou as llawrill has In tlio pant; And
we want 11 possible for n poor tnnn
to Htcopt a plate In the legislature
without haidshlp (o himself,
this l n ery liiiportnut miller.
Our people nnd leglslaluio have al
ways been conservative No lill.
pissed by our legislature has ever
uciii rejected b) Congress This In
crease was not asked b) the legisla
ture alone. It Is favored by the peo
ple of that Terrltoiy, so Unit wo
tan have men In tlio legislature, not
to represent n certain element or
special Interests, but the community
s a whole n ((immunity that Ii
conferenro for sonio time. If this
committee amendment Is agreed to
and the other committee amendment
raising the salaries of the officials
out thcro us pioposcd Is agreed to,
it wfn very much delay tho passage
of tills bill. Now, tho Senate bill
without the committee amendments
already hag proposed to raise the
salaries of these legislators Co per
cent , from $400 to $G00.
Mr, Hamilton. Hut wo abollsued
the extru session. It amounted to
$100 and $209 $600 which Is tho
sanio amount. '
Mr, Mann. Oh, tho gentleman
has not abolished the extra session,
Mr. Kclfcr. They abolished the
pa) for It.
Mr. Mann. Well, the) have not.
The bill reads:
And tho sum of $200 for
each extra session.
Mr, Hamilton, ...ere Is no spe
Mr. Maun. Oh, that lg a distinc
tion too fine hnlied for me to draw,
(he dlstlncthm between a special
mid nil extra session.
Mr. Hamilton Will the gentle
IIIUII permit mi Interruption; There
are thiee kinds of sessions.
Mr, Mann. I know all abodt
Mr. Hamilton. Well, the gentle.
iu.iii does not know about the extra
Mr. Mann, Vcr) well; go ahead
I will demonstrate to the gontleman
that I nni just as familiar with that
proposition as the gentleman Is, be
cause I think I extracted all of tho
Information that the gentleman had
op the subject.
Mr, Hamilton. No; I have more.
Mr, Mann. Well, I will be very
glad to have It In the gentleman's
own time. You have abolished tho
authorit) to call a special session
following a failure of the appropri
ation hills at the regular session,
hnd that is all )ou hnvo nbollshed.
You havo not abolished tho, right
to call a special session at all. That
Is carried In tho bill now. Whether
)ou have or not makes no differ
ence. You'proposo by the bill, -without
tho amendment, to Increase tho
salary of the legislators B0 per cent
from $100 to $600. The subter-
fugo that was adopted by some of
them through falling to make ap
propriations, and therefore compel
ling the calling of an extra session
to make tho appropriations, was a
glaring swindle on Its face, as the
gentleman knows, and it can not be
properly said to be a part of tho
compensation now existing for the
The gentleman abolishes that to
prevent that glaring dwindle. A Go
per cent. Increase at this time Is it'
sufficient Increase. They can get
very goodinon for that or less. Tor
t slxty-ilay session of the legisla
ture, or a ninety-day Besslon nt tne
utmost, this amount of $600 is
plenty. An Increase of CO per cent.
Is enough. There Is no occasion fdr
nakliig on Increase Of 100 per cent,
I think tho committee has been
quite too liberal In appropriating
tho pay of these, legislators out of
the filndu raised by the legislature.
I would much rnther leave It to the
legislature to say what their pay
Mr Good. Will tho gcntloman
Mr. Mann. They have to answer
to their constituents to some extent;
but here Is a proposition on our part
to compel the Hawaiian people to
double the pay of their legislators,
pa) able out of tho funds raised by
tuxes theie, I now yield to the gen
tleman. Mr, Good. I will say to the gen
tleman that this bill as originally
Introduced In the Houso carried wtli
It a provision for $1000 a session
for eaih member of thn leglsl iliirn
(To be Continued.)
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
CRICHET MUCH 1X1
C. C, Will Play Davics & Co.
Eleven Game to Start at Half
l'ast Two o'CIock,
Next Saturda) afternoon theie
will be a cricket match ut the Ma
kIM grounds, ami tho II; C. C. will
lilti.il up with Davics & Co. The
latter bunch number several base
ball phi) cis In their i miles, and Paul
Burns, Kla, Sumner und Archie Hub
crtsoti look good to tho fans, who
remember tho way tho quartet bat
ted In a uever-to bc-furgottcu match
last jear. Archie made top score
In that match, mid hit the bowling
In great st)le. Hums scooped tip
cvei)thlng tnnt camo his wa), and
tho manner in which he used to
throw tho ball from tho deep field
to the wicket-keeper was wonderful.
McOill will captain tho II. C. C.
eleven, and he has got together a
goAl lot of cricketers, who should
make the Davics' Dukes look to their
laurels. Dob Anderson is getting
into shape, and he may hit up n big
sioro next Siturday.
The following placers havo been
seletlcd to represent tholr clubs, nnd
If the) all can manage to get out by
half.past two o'clock, a start will be
made on the match:
H. C. Q. P. Wlthlngton, It. An
deison, ,1, It. M. Maclean, '.J. II
Flddes, C, I. Moiso, Noel Dccrr, II.
O, Wlnkloy, A. Ilnlrd, Kvmis, J. M.
McailL C. P. Maxwell, and II. A.
Davles & Co. H. A. Ilallcy, A. n.
Hntflcldj I Hums,., 11, M, Sumner,
Op llruns, D, Center, J. Kla, W.
llrowu, J, Guard, O, Irwin, A. S.
ItObcrtson, and T. Cullcn.
AT (MM (IIIB
Eight Players Will Once More Trv
Conclusions With All Mainland
Once more the day for tho Tom
Morris competition on nit the golf
links of (he Unlled State has come
around, und this afternoon eight of
the Countr) Club members will com
pete on the links nt Nuuanii. '
This ) car's team of eight Is
stronger than that of last )car, and
II. 11. Glffard, who was not eligible
last )car, will take part In the play
Glffard Is a first-class player, and If
only )oung White would hurry up
and attain tho ripe age of twenty,
live )ears, Hawaii would do much
better than she probably will this
afternoon on the links. ,
The eight plajerB who will repre
sent Hawaii are as follows: II. 11.
Glffard, Tom ,0111, Br. High, 13. O.
White, B. A. Mott-Smlth, J. O. Youug
and W. Simpson. These p!a)er
will be up against over eight hun
dred golfers from all over tho main,
land, and If tlio Honolulu represen
tatives do as well or better than
the)- did last )car, when they got
Into tho twenty-sixth from tho bot
tom place, thtiy will be congratu
lated by ever) one,
The result of the Tom Morris com
petition does not come to hand for
some considerable tlmo 'after the
play Is finished, as tho scores have,
to bo gone over very carefully before
they nre announced.
( BAND CONQERT.
Tho Hawaiian band will give n
moonlight conceit this evening nt
7:30 uf tho Honolulu Seaside Hotel,
WulklKl, Following Is the program
Overture Pra Olnvolo Auboi
Selection I,a I'erltholo. ..Offenbach
rantnsln Kiss of Spring rtolfe
Selection Mtudcnl Review, .1'ivlero
Vocal Hawaiian Songs ,...,..,
Ar. by Merger
Walt Falillta. I)e Lnugpre
Mazurka Tadlana 6e Uiugpre
Fjnaie The Hedpulns. .Ue i-ougpie
Salute to the United, States '
The Star Spangled Ilanner.
The llealanl boat club Is u scene
of activity nownda)s, and a lot of
the members are getting Into train
ing for the regatta noxt September.
The club smoker on Friday, June 21,
Will be n beaut, and some interest
ing featmea will bo staged.
There will bo u reception tendered
to Dr, and Krs. Frank White, this
afternoon from four to six o'clock at
the residence of Mr. nnd Mrs, Theo
lore KIchnrilR corner of Klnnu mid
Knplolanl streets, All aio luvlUM to
till BUI (ME
Oahu College Students Play Alumni
Nine on Alexander Field Game
Starts at Four o'CIock.
Tomorrow afternoon the nlumnl
team of Oahu College wilt tacklo
tho scholais on the Alexander Field,
and a great game Is expected. A.
U Castle, the well-known ull-iouud
athlete, will captain the ex-studentu,
and ho has gut together tho bosl
tenm ho posslbl) could. The nlno
will probabl) be as follows: Castle,
Wlnno, Fernandez, Ordcnstcln, Do
sha, Cooke, Judd, Lota, Watcrhouse
and Wlthlngton. This combination
should 'do woll ngalnst tho students
Tho present-day scholars will havo
on the field the following men:
Hind, It. Hitchcock, K. Humphries,
C. Aklna, C. lloocs, W, Hooks, O.
I'odmorc, II. Desha, P. Mackenzie.
All these bojs aro good plajors and
a tough game should result.
LnBt )car the ex-students won tho
annual match, but tomorrow after
noon tho schoolboys nro determined
to wipe out tho defeat, C. It, Hem-
enway will act ns umpire, and botli
sides havo agreed not to hurt him
much, no matter how the game, goes.
Tho match will start nt about four
o'clock, as most of the ex-students
can not got nway any earllor to
I IlLUllLtUUlia i
no a u s a wi0.'WWIA-la-'-)lHi
AT THE 1-AltK
Wlien the Ibsnns, tho talented mug
Itnl team now closing their engage
ment at the I'ark Theater, mnko the!
.appearance nt the1 poimlnr Fort
mcei juicy noiise jor ijio last tune on
Saturday evening, Manager Congdon
Is going to experience some difficulty
In filling their places on the bill. The
Ibsons, consisted of a brother and
three sisters, havo Introduced clever
musical turns to Honolulu audiences,
nover before attempted here. When
the urtlsts depart for the mainland
the first part of next week, they nre
assured that they will carry with
them the bejst wishes of scores of ie
lighted patrons of the Park.
The Thompsons will open nt tho
Park commencing Saturday night.
This 1b a vuudevlllo team of a high
order, according to reports which
como from the Coast.
Wallner 1b still holding over and
ho will return to comedy after a brief
season with the balladlsts. Thcro has
been a number of line films exhibited
at tho Park of lato.
AT THE EM Pill E.
, Nan Aspluwull, tho dancer who has
succeeded In packing nt least thrco
local . playhouses nightly during u
thrco months' engagement, will make
her farewell nppcarunce beforo Ho
nolulu theatergoers commencing this
evening and completing tho series of
performances on Saturday night
MIsb Aeplnwall .will be" an attraction
at the Empire Theater. Tho young
woman Is returning to the States and
will dopart by a steamer leaving hero
Clinrlep Itoynl nnd Edyth Elliott
havo been tho recipients ot generous
applause from n dollghtcd audlonco
during the pust week. Hoyal and El
lott are to bo aeon to advantage In
a cleyorjy presented sketch. Both
Hoyal and Miss Elliott also do n Bin
glo turn which, from a vnudovlllo
standpoint, Jcnvos little to bo doslrcd
"Tho Straightening of a Crook,' has
proved it winner and can Bafoiy bo
rated good enough for maklpg u)tlo-
tiueu nit on any mainland theatrical
circuit. i r
AT THE MIVELTV.
Tho lloward Sisters contlnuo . to
maintain their hold upon the patrons
wno nave boen attending tho Novelty
Theater of late The management of
this house Is now offering some very
Into pictures. One of the latest'maln-
land Bticcessos, "With Roosevelt Jn
bouth Africa," proved u nine-time
winner and bi ought big business to
the theater. It Is understood that a
popular musical team may open at
the Novelty within a few days Other
artlstH from (he const arc now en-
route lo the IhIiiihIs nnd will bo nn
nouueed lator. t
A large and complete stocji
of the Famous
BABY'S AND CHILDREN'S
have just arrived. Bring tho
Baby and show it this beau
ALL NEW AND EXCLUSIVE
Regal Shoe Store
KINO AND BETHEL
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALU
ABLE REAL ESTATE SITUATE
AT HONOKUA, DISTRICT OF
80UTH KONA, ISLAND OF HA
WAII. Pursuant to a Decreo of Forcclosuro
nnd Sale mado by tho Honornblo W. J.
Robinson, Third Judge of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit of
tho Territory of Hawaii, nt Chambers,
In Hqulty, on tho 6th day of March. A.
D, 1910, In an action entitled, "Paul
Muhlendorf, Mark P. Itoblnson. James
E. Jaeger and Mrs, 11. M. Allen, Trus
tees under tho last Will and Testa'
ment of S. C. Allen, deceased, conv
plalnants, vs. Hawaii Land Company,
Limited, resiondciit. Hill to lore
close Mortgage;" (Hqulty Division No,
1C7C), and pursuant to tho further or
der of tho Court, duly given and made
on tho 7th day of June, A. D 1910,
directing and ordering a HDSALE of
tho property described In the Decreo
of Foieclosuro and Salo hcrc'i, tho
undersigned, ns Commlssione , duly
appointed nnd constituted as bitch by
Bald decreo of Forcclosuro and 8alo,
will sell, at Public Auction, to tho
highest and best bidder for cash, sub
Ject to confirmation of the Court, on
SATURDAY. THE 2d DAY OF JULY,
A. D., 1910,
at 12 o'clock noin of said day,
at tho front (mauka) cntranco of tho
Judiciary Building, In tho City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
wall, all and singular tho property do
bcrlbed in that certain Indonturo of
Mortgago dated tho 31st day of August,
A. X), 1899, niadp and, executed by tho
respondent-' Hawaii : JjjniU.dohipiny.
Limited, to Samuel C. Allcn.'und re
corded In tho omco of tho IteglBtrar
of Conveyances, at Honolulu, In Liber
196 of Conveyances, at pages 2I2-2I4;
Bald property being sltuata at South
Kona, Uland bf Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, and being moru particularly
bounded and described as follows," to
1st: All those premises In tho deed
or tho Trustees or KaliikaUa to T. K.
It. Amain, dated June 13, 1888 ami ro
cordojl In Liber 110, pago 392, con
taining nn nremot 1 4100 acres, and
duly convoed to said D K. Amain by
deed of D. P. Nnmauu, recorded In
Liber 118, page 326, together with all
houses on It; f
2nd: All tho undivided 340 acres ot
said E. K. Amalu liwthe Ahupuaa of
Honokua, S Kona, 'aforesaid, being
the same premises conveyed to, said
E. K. Amalu by deed of Kalkalnn and
Kawal. his wife, dated March 1, 1899,
ana recorded in uncr iui, pago 173
Said property will bo sold In two
Terms of Balo: Cash In United
States Gold Coin; ten (10) per cent
ot tho purchaso prlco to bo paid on tljo
fall ot tho hammer) balanco to bo paid
upon confirmation of salo by tho Court
and execution and, doltvqry of deed or
deeds by tho Comnilsidpnr. Dpcd or
deeds at expqnso of purchaser or tfur
chasers, f , n ( ' I
For further pattlculafi apply to
McssrB, Kinney, uallou, grosser & An
derson, attorneys for complainants, nt
their offices, 303 Stnngcnwald Dulld
Ing, Honolulu, or to tho undersigned
at his omco in tho Judiciary Building,
In Honolulu, aforesaid,
M. T, SIMONTON.
Dated: Honolulu. June 9th 1910.
4041 Juno 9, 10, 23, 30.
The territorial grand Jury jester-
day returned a truo bill against one
Ho Loy charging him with burglary
In the first degree," Ho Is alleged to
havo entered the store ot Ylm Hop
on Juno (i and Inkou pioperly bo
longing to Ynmnsikl to tho vnluo of
OFFICE OP THE hOAtlD OP
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1010,
TENDEltB FOR DEEP GATTLrl
Scaled tenders, In duplicate, en-
dorsod "TENDEftS FOIl DEEP CAT
TLE." will ho received nt tho office
of the Hoard ofi Health, until 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, June 21, 1910,
for supplying tho Leper Settlement,
Moloknl, with beef cattle for the
pqrlod of six months from) July 1,
1910, to December 31, 19 li, under
tho following conditions, iramely;
1, The bidder must offer to fur
nish fqt beef cattle to weigh not less
than 3S0 lbs. net when dressed, in
lots averaging about GO head per
month, more or less, ns may bo speci
fied by the Superintendent of the
Lepor Settlement, doltvcred at the
Leper Settlement, Moloknl, and to
accept tho dressed weights ascertain
ed nt tho Leper Settlement. For
further Information apply at the of
fice of the Uoard'of Health, Hono
lulu. 2. Hides, tallow nnd offal .to bo
thd property of tho Hoard of Health.
3. Each bid hiust bo for tho prlco
per pound dressed weight, with an
alternative offer of tho prlco per
A. Tho successful bidder must
agree. that all cattlo are offered for
delivery subject to tho right of tho
Superintendent of tho Lcperottlo
ment to reject any or alt unfit for
uso. In which ovont other cattle
must bp forthwith furnished to make
up the required number and those
rejected, forthwith rcmovod at tho
expense ot the bidder,1
All bids must bo submitted In ac
cordance with, and subject to, the
provisions and requirements ot Act
C2, Session Laws 1909,
Tcndors muBt be accompanied by
a certified check equal In amount lo
5 ot tho tender, ou tho basis of 60
head por month, or 60 hond per
month weighing net, when dressed,
350 pounds each.
THE DOAItD OF HEALTH.
By lta President,
E. A. iMOTT-SMITII.
4C10 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15.
., 16, 17, 18. ku
OFFICE OP THE BOAIID OP
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1910,
TENDERS FOR PAIAI, LEPER
Scate'd tepders, In duplicate,1, .en.
dorsed "TENDERS FOR PAIAI,
LEPER SETTLEMENT," .will be re
ceived ut ther office ot the Board of
Health, until 12 o'clock noon, Tues
day, June 21t 1910, for supplying the
Leper 'Settlcme;iti Moloknl, with pa
lal during the period of six months
from July 1, 1910,-to Decemb'er 31,
1910, under the following conditions,
Tenders to be for tho prlQej per
bundle of palal weighing twenty-flvo
(25) pounds not. The pnlal to be
freshlymndo und securely packed in
ti leaves and delivered In good con
dition at the Leper Settlement, Mo
loknl.' Tenders to be based on tho supply
of 900 to 1900 palal per month to be
delivered as ordered by the Superin
tendent and the supply to begin with
the first weok of July, 1910.
For further Information apply at
the offlto of tho Board ot Health, Ho.
nolulu, , ,
Tte Board' lesorves the right to
purchase (aro from Wnlkolu Vulloy,
Tenders must bo accompanied by
ft certified check equal In amount to
p ot the tender,, on tho hauls ot
1200 palal per month.
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance with, and be'subject to, the
provisions and requirements ot Act
62, Session Laws ot 1909,
THE 'BOARD OF HEALTHi
By Its, Prcsldont,
E.'A. MOTT-BMITH. '
4640 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,
16. 17. 18.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
Honolulu, 'Hawaii, June 8, 1910.
TENDER FOR PURCHASE OF
Sealed tcndeis, In duplicate, en
dorsed "TENDER FOR PURCHASE
OF HIDES," for tho purchase of hides
belonging to tho Board ot Health,
for the period ot six months from
July 1, 1910, to December 31, 1910,
will be received at the, omco of the
Board of Health until 12 o'clock
noon, Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910.
Tenders must he fqr tho prlco per
pound for hides 'dollvcrpd on tho
wharf at Honolulu, on weights ap
proved by an agent of the Board of
Health. , , ,
Payments rcquroJ In U. S. gold
toln Immediately after .delivery)
Tho Board idoca not bind Itself to
jiccopt the. highest or any bid.
Tilt' 'IU11U OF HEALTH.
By Us President,
U. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4640 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,
16, 17, 18.
W0EKIN 0 and DRIVING
, CLUB STABLES
Rfnlpft JTnrlltflraStflH lift rof-nlva htr
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Wednesday, June 22
1910. Ifor the construction nf two
one-story frnmo,. buildings to bo used
as dining halls at the Leper Hospi
tal, Kallhl, Honolulu.,
Plntm. atiprlnrntlonii And nrnnnnnl
blanket qn file In the office ot tho
supqrintcncicni or r-uniic vvorKs.
' MAItSTON 'fcAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public. Works.
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1910.
Special Meeting- of Stockholders of
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of tho stockholders of
tho Walanno Comfiany will bo held
on Friday, tho 17th day of June,
1910, nt 10 o'clock a, m, at the
office of J, M. Dowsott, Honolulu, T.
II. for1 the puropso ot considering
nn Increase In (ho capital stock ot
said Waianae Company.
Ily order of the President.
J. M.1 DOWSBTT,
Secretary, Walanno Company.
' Dafcd, Honolulu, May 31, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given ot tho In
corporation, under tlio( laws of tho
lerruory pi nawau, oi uaniv ur
HpNOLULU, LTD. (Capital $600.
000 fully paid up), which will takn
ovor and succeed to tho .business of
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO. on July
Tho HANK OF HONOLULU, LTD .
wilt conduct a general banking bus
iness ns heretofore carried on by
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO, and
asks the continuance of tho valued
patronage accorded to thnt firm.
BANK OF HONOLULU, LTD.
W. O. IRWIN,
3. Hono & Co.
All accounts owed by the firm of
J. Hopp & Co. will bo settled within
tho next thirty days, and all ac
counts duo to the said firm not set
tled within thirty days will be
placed In the hapds of nu, attorney
for' collection without further no
HOPP & CO.
Pcf L. c. ABLES,
Juno' 10, 1910
Starting Juno 18, lOiO, and until
further notlte, tho Pacific OH Trans
portation Company wll close nt 1
p. m. on Saturdays.
A. E. DAVIDSON,
Quo dark blue roan maro, branded
"C" on left thigh (Walmanalb Plan
tation brand,), i$10 rowan) for Infor.
matlon thnt will lead to her re
Telcphohe Waltnanalq Plantation
office, or address, Wtu. W. McOowan,
Walmanalo, Oahu. 464-6t
- ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
, Mutual Associaiion
Has been called and la DUE JUNE
,16 and DELINQUENT on JULY 16.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Night Call 1014
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
HENRY MAY & CO.
GEO. A. MARTIN,,
Business Rnlts for 2I,
' Hoiel 8t.
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