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RVENINO nnU,RTtN, HONOLULU. T. .. TIU.-I8D Y, JUNt. 23, 1 910
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If al amd Natiomal I
BY V. L.
AFTER THRE SEIS
Most People Surprised That Davis
Cup Man Did Not Win With
Tho San -'rutultco ilutinploii-hlp
tonnl. tournament in progress mi
(lie California Chili itmrtH, wns inn
ilon n cIoimj to ttio finish yesterday,
ta the Examiner of Juno 13. Onlj
three inathes remain to ileclilc who
shall hac the right to challenge
.Maurice McLouglilln Cor tho title.
A Ilo-cnlicrg has reached the Dual
round from tho lower hair and M.
.ong, 1) S Nourso and It Grecnbcrg
will light II out for a similar posi
tion In the upper half. Look will
pla Nourbo and the winner of that
match will phi) Urccnbirg In the
It looks like n certainty that tho
two old rltatu, McLoiighlln and I.oiig,
will meet In the challenge match
Long should defeat nil of his oppo
nentH In straight sets, as nono of
them are In Ills class
The surprise of tho day cnnic when
Hardeman not only foned Long to
ii three-set match, hut actually took
a love set from him. long Was con
sldcrahly off In his game, however, In
that set, and enma right hack In the
next and won, 6-2
The failure of C.. Curie) anil Geo.
Junes to play made quite a difference
In tho outcome In the loner half
These two pa)crs were the' two best
entered outside of Mel Long, mid
they both drew In the,Joweir halt
against each other nnd neither put
In an appearance
The results of the mAUIics plajed
wore as follows:
II 8. Nourse defeated Dr. Weiss
l-4, 6-0: Itosenberg defeated J. Kas
ton 6-1, !": 11. Fuchs defeated I..
A, Montague 6-1, 61.
I'lrst round It. Oreenlierg defeat
eil I.t. Ward 0-1, 5 7, 6-3. 1). S
Nourse defeated Q, Know lion C-2,
6-(; M hong defeated I'. Hardeman
6-4. 0-6, 6-2; Koseuber gdefeated
Cassell, default; Dr. LoNcgrore de
feated J, A Code, 6-1, 6-1."
Second round Ureenbcre defeated
IMItor K v c n I n g II u 1 1 e f 1 n:
Willi all diiu respects to tho honest)
and lntcgrlt) of Mr Woolle), I can
not help but wonder, If ho is rcall)
lighting for piohlbltton because iu be
llcves In It, or because he is paid to
Was It iiicessar) for the Antl saloon
league people, to hlro an outsider to
do their fighting hero and abroadl
What did Mr. Woolley khow of con
dltlons nnd necessities In Iluwall, but
fore ho accented tho honorublo posl
tlon of a "Ilooic Klghtcr" In Honolulu?
He came hero He was told, thai
(hero was an easy IMng to make
($250 00 month!)) by iioslng us hero
and champion of thu iioor, downtrod
ten and Ignorant Hawallaus, who hud
to have some stranger, to show thorn
how to do things right. (Good bo)
Woolley) Does Mr Woolley care
what happens to Hawaii after prohl
bltlon passes? No, because ho has
done, what he was paid for and It Is
up to us, that live or tr) to make a
living In Honolulu, to stick it out.
I wonder If bome of these prohlbl
tlon people over traveled? I also won
der, If they ever experienced, what It
means to enjoy n Sunday? You ma)
call this a freo country nnd say that
everybody has a right to do what he
wants, as long as he does not violate
tho law, but from my experience! In
Honolulu they want to put nmro ies
frictions on u man's personal libert)
than In almost tiny part of thu world
Now tako for Instance, German).
wliR.li Is known nil over tho world ni
a country of discipline ami mlltar
Isms 'Have )imnvcr enjoyed a Sun
pay -or holiday In GerniauyJ. Tho
HVerage German workB hard every du
In tho week, und ho doc's, not gof pad
hy too well either. Ills wlfo Is not
ijllo silo docs nil her own housowoik,
M ashluKjHnd cooking, itc At nlghtH
liflerWorK thu) go to sue u good show
for Wltle money or sit In ouo of tho
.jiaux.lifco unci ordoily kept restau
Wants or saloons us wo call them
a.MuJiliU'itti' "" ",e iiniiiBsniciitB are
opcm III tho towns as well us In the
country wiui uiu unc-tTpiiuii ui uiuir
being closed during churrh hours
Church over, and hellovo nm thcru are
plenty of honest churchgoers In Our
many, tho wlfo pucks the lunch bus
ket und father, mother und ililldien
iiiKii me iniiii mil in iin iniiiini I
Hands nm pla)lim over) vvhi'M' li'i
mid guild ihliies In oat mo sold and
mi i j bud) It hupp; und iiijo) mi In
II! IENNIS till: Will
Many Entries for Different Events
Editor Conncss Playinp-in Sev
Man) entiles nie being rccpl.cd
riir till, -Il-t,l llllltrhna .. . tl. till..
I.. ..... .ii...... llllia J IMV III,
Tenuis Club toiiinainont, tho flniiU
of which will take place on tho
1 1 mtrlli of Jul) So for tho follow
ing enUles h.io been received bj
I Men's -liihlcn Ilolit. Mac, Alex.
M. Dciha, Stephen Deshu, Geo. rill-
long and I.. S. Conncss. t
.Men's doubles L. S. Conncss and
.! U Modal le, s. L. Desha and Geo.
Vllirong, Alex. Dehha nndj Hobt.
Ladles' singles Mrs II. V. Pat
ten. Miss Harriet Hiipal, Mrs. Elvira
Hapnl, .Miss llella Woods.' ,
Lhillca' doubles Mis. Html nnd
Miss Holla Woods, Mrs Ilirtels nnd
Mlsg Harriet llapal, Mrs. H. V. Pat
ten nnd Mrs. Vlcnrs.
Mixed double') Mrs. Patten and
I.. S. Conncss, Mrs. Hind nnd J. E.
Melrnlfc, Mrs. Vicars and Stcphon
DCBhn, Mrs. Slcmson nnd Geo, Will
tone. Miss Woods and Harry Irwin.
Tho entries close on tho evening
of June 23, when tho drawings will
take place Tho tournament will bo
gift Saturday, Juno 2ii.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Norman Iliookes Is plajlng well
In the "annual Australian tennis
championships, nnd so Is Heath, tho
lad who beat Mclaughlin In the sin
gles pla)cd In Melbourne.
Sjeere and Slnglehurst won the
Mnnoa club tournament Mt-rilnv
afternoon by defeating Nowcll anl
Sihmldt rf-7, C-2, 6-2.
n n w a tt tt u it t: tt n
Hulls 6-3, 9-7; Itosenberg defeated
Iitegroe 0-3, C-4; Uass won by do
fnult as Jones nnd Curley did not
Sentl dual Itosenberg defeated
liats 7.B, 6-3
nocent good time on Sunday.
Do the) get drunk? Certain!) not.
When a man, (hat works ever) duy
n the week, takes his wife nnd fnm
il nut on Huudn), he docs so to re
cuperate and to rest up for the, next
week's work He wnnts to set his fain
.1) a good example and teach his
children what little ho can on 8undu).i
Has Mr Woolley and Co over wf
nesBed n Sunda) In Herlln? Say for
Instance In the Zoological Garden four
If the finest bands of the Imperial
Guards play in dlfTennt places alter
nately Prom 100,000 to 2Cr.000 peoplo
I or in a nappy crowd, tho listen to the
best of music, watch the anlmuls und
eat and drink whenever tboy want to.
Do ou ever hear of any disturbance T
Do ou over see an) body drunk or
dlborderl) ? Seldom, very seldom.
Why not 7 Ilecause n husband Is 'peri
mltted to share tho Sunday pleasures
with his wlfo and family. Tho )oung
man may tako his fiancee out, sit with
her .on ona of the oiien cool verandas
In view of everybody and enjoy a
glass of beer, whllo she refreshes her-
lelf w 1th a cool lemonade, lloth are hai
py nnd there Is as much chance 6f that
voung man becoming Intoxicated bb
therolsofa prohibitionist bclng.wlthout
a secret llttlo bottle. Another reason Is,
because ho can have his little refresh
men), when lie wuuts It. He don't
liave to fear that some anl saloon
man or other spy will sec, him and tell
hlB boss about It the next day. He1
don't have to sneak away from his
wife, or rlancco like, a thief, tell tier
Ho und run for tho next blind plg;and
lake three or four drinks of bad rtopo
In thi) hiiny, becauso.lio don't know
whether ho will hiivo ;nuother chance
to steal away again. I.'vertyhlng Is
ibovu board, jou don't havd to play
lho JiyisitUe In. Iiubllc. Aijd Hiej-o Is
lliousands or these places not on' In
Gcrniauy but nil over tho vyorld. VVhat
iIocb out beautiful Walkikl beach, look
llku on 8uiiday utiw? j)o )ou seij any
crowds? No sir. What wonhmiiat
same beach look like with it few good
first clsss nmusomoiit places open;
u lino band pholng u ono pluco n
good orchestru in unotlicr. lfvery
tal) would go out thero, ')ounK,and
old, pour and rich father, moyier,
brother, sister, tho whole family would
bo thero Instead of that they huvii to
stay houiii now because a few narrow
minded Individuals that probably nev.
er worn an) where iUu but In llcimv
lulil su) so I huvii been in mery
country In Uuropo and in suuimrU all
over the world, but never huvo j been
In n Kirt, thai was u ilependmit on
outside Irudn such us Inurlsts men of
war mill nlliom us Honolulu Hi Inn
eliiplii)nd In one of llui ImleU III lint
ilty I lomu In niiitud with nint nf
(hl tfltirtnlH that ilav n. alnh nvA..!
here. Our promotion commlttco cer
tnltilt does ever) thing in Its power to
ndvertlsu Honolulu laist seisnn was
he most successful In the history of
the local hotels. Tourist were Tiero
from all over tho world and were
charmed with the climate, the volcano,
the pall, tho hotels and I have heard
joine of them say that they would
travil 10,000 miles Just to sco the vol
enno Hut there wero others. Thd
cmplo)es In tho hotels as a general
rule hear more honest opinions than
an) bod) else. Half of our visitors'
aic business men, which came down
here to spend a vacation and rest up
fur n while. The) nro used to have
things prett) near tho way the) .want
them. When thoy cnnulra how to spend
n Sunda) what can be tho answer?
Sta) In your room nnd go to bed. That
of courso Is very nlco und Inviting
to some ftllons but thero nro others
Tho 'result of It nil Is that the) never
conic again. News In the Stntcs tra
vels fust and onco the) know that Ho
nolulu Is diy the) will ipilt cumin;
Is Mr. Woolle) and his cllquo go
ing to fill the Hotels? Is ho going to
give work to tho hundreds of autoiuo
Idle man that Invested their savings
nnd probably mortgaged their homes
in order to buy a good machine, clip
Ing to make an honest living? Tho
best thlrigvthc) can do,' Is puck up
their machines nhd go to tho Coast
Bnd to a town whero not n few nar-t
row minded peoplo rule. In Hono
lulu wn havo as good liquor law as In
Htiy Territory In the 'UnltAl States.
Our Liquor Commission 'has about as
much power as (ho Czar of Hussla,
Composed of five of our most honor
orabio citizens which ha'vo spent most
of their lives In Hawaii, nppolmcd by
tho governor of the islands. If thoy
deem It necessary they can shut up
every saloon In tho Hawaiian Islands
Why don't they? Ilecause they know
what Is best for the Islands, they
know tho people of Hawaii ami their
needs. And their positions as liquor
commissioners nro without pay. They
simply do their duty as honorable
men. People of Honolulu leave well
enough alone, and let these fools that
call, themselves champions of tho Ha
wnllan peoplo fight their dwn battles
nnd )nu will see where they land. 1 In
wall Is alright and wo all know it,
don't let these fellows that como down
here looking for Air casv thine, talk
prohibition Into your, heal! 'hccniisb
iney uon i iieuevc u incmseivcs ana
(hey only preach It because the) aro
linld'iir It. ' ' ' '
' K OHUNIi
Honolulu, June in, MO .,
The. Convent of Sacred Hearts held
closing exercises yesterday rifternoon
and wero most Interesting. Two Bhoft
dramas were given In a credltabb)
manner and added to these were violin
and piano selections.
Miss L. Tarn You, who plu)ed the-
part of a German professor, In tho
drama "Ills K)rnt and I-nst Appear
once," cspitclall) deserves mention
Others taking part in tho play wero
Misses J. Care), G. Morgan, M Itus
mussen, W. Uaddaky, M. Sylva. O.
Sylva, D Chalmers, L, Kala, I.. Hula,
E Gleason and llos) Iijiez.
"Betsy und Jim," tho other drama,
wiib also good. Those taking part In
It wero Misses U Athl, L. Tain Yuu
and L. Ilnla.
Tho rest of tho program was:
Qverture Director's Choice. Llddlcoat
Violins: Misses D. Ellerbrock, K
dq fa Nux, D. Groto; piano: Miss
Z. do u Nux. I
Overture High School Cadets.. Souzi
Misses B. McCandtess, 1!. Cum
mlngs, 'A. Gtto, B. do la Nux, h.
Taylor, M. Chuck Hoy.
Hlue Dells of Scotland , Farmer
Violin, Miss V.. LI; piano, Mies M. LI.
At School March Stroabbog
Misses O. Chalmers, T. Llndley, D.
Ellerbrock, Th. Taylor.
Voir du Clel .v ...Neldy
Miss A, Goo loy
Llttlo Girls' Song
Serenade (Piano Duet, Klght Hand)
, . Mozart
MUbes V. Chung Hoon, A. Lee, M,
LI, L Chung.
Violin Ducts , Pitto
Violin! Misses G, Chalmers, D Col
lins L. LI; mandolin: Miss Doris
Chalmers; piano: Mlsg M, LI.
The Hoy That father Was. Monologue
Miss ttmma Gleason
The Shepherd's Evening Song.,H!akO
Miss M. Leo
Crimson Hlushes , Smith
Miss D, Ellorbrock
Coming Stop (Piano, Six Hand)...
Mlssos A. Thompson, II, do la
Cruz, K. Thurston.
Motion Song ,.,., ,
Ily Ten Llttlo Girls
Symphony, No. H), , Haydn
Misses C. Chuck Hoy, M. Chuck Hoy
Tho Last Hose of Summer ........
Violin: K. de la Nux; plailo; Miss
Tho Hero ,.. Monologuo
MIsh G. Chalmers
W4ltz III D l-lntrvtrv Chopin
Miss N Chung Hoon J
Medltutlou In thu Woods .....Lansn
Souutu (I.cs Adlex) Iluethoveu
. llss J, Campbell '
l.es lUmomix (I'Iiiiio) . , U)lnck
Miss K MrCmulli'ss
Mnnlin HeroUiu , .Hcliulieil
Misses A, GfHi lo), ,1 Cainpliell,
('. mid M. Chink llu)
ASTORIA hns met
plmrmacfliitle.il soclet (o- I
with results most Krullfv inc.
result or three ructs I 1st, alio Ipiliputablo evidenco Hi it It Is ImrmleAsj 3nl,
That It not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates (ha
food 3rl, II in an ngreeaul( and perfect subs tlttito for castoroil. It Is absolutely
.ifc. It does nit contain any opium, morphine, or other narnfyjatyf-doca not
Blupcfy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, IJatcinan's Props, Gotlfrey's Cordial, etc
This Is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, lioworet, is to exposa
danger and record tho menns of advancing; health. Tho duy forpolorilng- Inno
cent children through greed or igaoranco ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria Is a remedy whfth producer composuro and licnltlt, by regulating the
system not by stupefying It and our readers aro entitled to tho Information,
Uairs Journal of Health,
MToar(iwtorltiiUndi flnt M1ft cltfi. In m;
thirty yrtrt of prictlc 1 ctn iy t ncrer hero found
e a WlU.UK 11EUIOXT, M. D ,
Ml,)iTe vwd yonr Cavtotls In tht cuq of my bwn
bAby snd find It pleAitnl to uke, tod haro obtained
excellent mails from 1U u.n
B. A. DtTCUKAK, M. D ,
M I take pleasure In rfcnmmf nillBffTtrar Catortaf
hsTltut recemmcoded lla ue In many Inptanrra, and
coiulder It Uie bft laxatlre that could be need,
Nithisiii. K. Kino, II. D , St. Losla, Ho.
- . M
unnaren vry tor ncicnerg uascoria
' In Use For Over 30 Years.
Pattern Hats - $10
AIL OF 0UE BEAUTIFUL PAT-
TERN HATS REDUCED TO $10 00
FOR THIS WEEK '
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
FORT STREET, NEAR H&TEL
: THE ORIGINAL AND GENINc
Horlicks Malted Milk
is tile most delioious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anaimic, the debilitated and the dysperitic. So easilv
and promptly digested that
stomacn. it i simpiy a pure 109a, lnviggftinjp nd
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing driik is
prepared in a moment by stirrinir vigorously in water, h'ot.
or cold. .Unequalled as a
nursing- mothers, .indorsed by physicians everywhere.
Stmplei freo to Phyilcl'uis nnd DrotfUtj.
. . At all Drujixlsts.
HORLICK'S MILTED MILK COMMY,.R.elM, Wis., H. S. .
lias increased our business bo that nevy quarter are
necessary. The most modern French Jdeag in construction
of a hand laundry arc incorporated in our new buildjn?..
777 King Street, near Alapai Tel"49l
-- V I
French Laundry J. Abadie, prop.1
. ! 1
1 - " WeeK .j f , f
IIIOII GRADE SILK FOUR.IN'HANlfti .
Regular 75o, and $1 Ooodt Sold for 80o,yr..,l-.
ALL KINDS pr NECKTIES AT CUT PRICES
Sec Our Window Dinlay '--'
New Lines of MEN'S and BOYS' BATHING SUITS in
Wool and Cotton,
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King; uud Bothol
Ch I d r e n .
U-1 ' - n. "" 'i . " fvnrlrfi X . '""-i"' orK wriiHoiner intiioiiy b
rresurme asiona.:. . ? pn v mjhi,. -a. cum)- ji donomiu ujiii fo&i th
Itn pronounced favor on tho nart cf. ,5.rolni,. ...!.,...'.. ..t .,;' .-- ?" 'ii.f''5i!,iV"Fu" " -
md medical authorities iu&&Z S2Zttf&Vimbl8BSS, '? a PlurtUlnrf' work In nccordaJ
Tlinitpiiileilii.w.fr,..lnHI.., rtA..l.t,i.. .' -.. .7 . '.. :......'" wuu me pruTuiuus oi pccvioiis a
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"I hire nwd jonr ciilrjlalaiil ftl an
Mcrtlcntnifdf jln ni 'hoohold' AidprlTale
practice for uaoy ycara. Ttio formqleU ictllDL"
U.J. Tarr. M.l,
'- - BreoUyn.JIrrr
' "I and joor'Ca'iitotU to be s'italMinl'ramllr
temfdy.- It1te'1t lhtn(ffoi'Mfa-tti,e,d chll
area a naTe ertf stiown ana 1 rvfrmamcn9 II V
' n. k. tf.MiwvM, it. rC
-- naTing aonnK me patl hi yrar pmcrlbm jour
Cartoila for Infanllki UnmiKU dUwIenli.Ijinoa
ikmuij uimmrim ita upe. j uo iiinuuie conuioa.
nothin. dtktctlona lo the mwi ! Hiale of cblUrtn.'v
J. Ik Eixiorr, H. 1) , Ie Totk City.
.e. - - .a '-'. I
it agrees with the weakest
food for infants, invalids and
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VAtU
ABLE REAL ESTATE SITUATE
AT HONOKUA, DISTRICT OF
OUTH KONA, ISLAND OF HA-
All. 'in j. , :.iiiii
( t -- ri tir ai v
PlirsiiAnf in ftajtrrut nfLC-nriAlftAiA
and Sale mada'by tbo Hcuifi'rahlo.W. J.
ir' - - -- -"---- -- v.-... . ..
RoV)nnon, Third Vludgo of tho Circuit
CoQrt of lhdFVil Judicial 'C)f lul t of
ment or s. u. Allen, deceased, com'
plalnnnla, vs. Hawaii Land Company,
Limited, respondent. Dill to Ftoro
cIoro Mortgngo;" (Kqulty Division No.
167C), and pursuant to tho further or
der of the Court, duly.filv on and mado
on tho 7th day of June, A. D., 1910,
directing and ordering a ItK-SAI.E ol
tho property described In tho Recroo
of Foreclosure nnd Sale herein, the
undersigned, as Commissioner, duly
A appointed and constituted as such by
satu uccrco or rorcciosuro and Hale,
will sell, nt Public Auotlon, to lho
highest and best bidder for cash, sub
ject to confirmation of thi Court, oh
lSATURDYi THE 2d DAV OP'JULY,
' A. D.. 1BIO.
at 12 o'eloct noon of'eiild dy.
'dt, tlio front, (mnuka)citrinfce'6f 'thu
J uu ciary uuiwinc. in tno city ana
fouiity of llonbltilu, territory tit Hat
all, all' and singular the property-do-scribed
in that certain indenture of
Mortgao dated tHo'Slst day of August,
A n lonnl .... ." U . .1 ..... ,v.i i... ...
rcBiiohdont' Hawaii ' Innd Cdmnani.
Mmlt'cil, Id Samuel O. Allen, and ro-
corded In (ho OOlco of tho Hcglstrar
of Conveyances, at Honolulu, In l.lber
Ao of Conveyances, at pages 213 244;
said property being situate at South
Kona, Island of Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, and being moro particularly
bounded and described -as follows, to-
1st: All thoso premises In tho deed
of tho Trustees "of Knlnkaua J.o T.' K.
R. Amalu, dated Juno 13, 1888. and re
corded In Liber 110, pago 392, con
taining an area of 1 4 100 acres, and
duly comejed to said E K, Amalu bi'
docd,of D. P. Namnuu, recorded In
l(lbcr 118,. pago 3J-C, together with all
houses .on It: ' l ' v"' '
2td: .All thp undlvtbil 31. 'acres' of
said E,,K. Amalu In tho AlrUpud".f
Honokua, S. .Kona, aforesaid, vbcltfg
Uie samo premises conveyed to iia'd
E. K. Amalu by deed of Kalkalha dtfd
Kav.nl his wlfo, dated March 1, 1899,
and rocorded In Liber 191, pago 173.
Said property will be sold In twq
v Terms of Sale: Cash In Untied
States Gold Coin! ten (10-) pt.rc.iit
I of the purchase Drlco to bo paid on. fh
jan oi mo nninmcr; uaiunco 10 uu paia
tipQn conflrmatlon of sale bj. tho Couft
and execution nnd delivery of died or
doeds by tho Commissioner. Deed or
deeds fit cxpcnso'of piirclidscr or puf
chasers. , n 4 , '" ! ,
For further particulars apply' to
Messrs. Kinnoy, Hallou, Prosscr & An
derson, attorneys for complainants, at
their offices, 303 Stangenwald llulld
Ing, Honolulu, or to the undersigned
at his offlco In tho Judiciary Dulldlng.
In Honolulu aforesaid.
M. T. SIMONTON.
Dated: Honolulu. June Oth 1810.
4041 Juno 9, 16, 23, 30.
IN THK CUICUIT COUItT OK TIIB
Klrat Circuit. Territory of HaVrall,
At QhamberB. In Probate. ''In the
matter (If the ..state of Alexander
J, Lazarus Deceased. Onl reading
Sin filing1 tb- jMltlori of Usthor P.
Jien( sister of Alexander J. LtturuR
deceased.' alleging that Ateifaiidcr Jl
Lazanis o. Honolulu 'dl.il Intestate
at said Honolulu 'on tTicf itoth 'dai
of une. A. O.'WlO, 1eavlng"irroiJHy
In tl. II....II.H l-lfe-ft-M nnnau- V
HI mo Iianuiinu ipidiiu. hw-opui,
to-be administered ujion, and pray
ing llml .fetters p. Xflmlhlstratlop
Issue to' Trent 7. nislt Companj. Lim
ited, an Hawaiian corporation; it Is
ordered, that Monday, the 18th day
of July, A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. ni., he and hereby Is appointed
for hearing said petition In the
courtroom nf this Court at. Honolulu,
at which time mid place all persons
concerned jnay appear nnd .show
cause, If any they have, why. said
petition should not )e granted. Ily
tho Court: J, A. THOMPSON, Clcrkl
uircuit upurt, . irsi uircuu. uaieu
Honolulu, June 15, 1910.
4G46 June 10, 23i 30; July 7.
WE USE '
Special care to keen
it cold and proteot lt ,r
from conUmlnatlon as
sure ample keeping
THE FOND DAILT,
RE0AL BnOE CO.
Xing and Bethel.
far" for flint" "rds on fl M
Hi Oull-lln olllci,
ammmmm tu nrHKli... - 'ir-...ii ra.. ux
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AN OnDlNANCR tlELATlNO iii
PLlJMinNp,VO-tK IN THE ClTij
'AND COUNTY OP HONOLULU.
k ItiOrdalned, by the People of tn
city, g pMnty or tionoijuu:
Scctldit i.;ll shslf l .unlawful
fqr anyi(4oii or porsons, 'Arm or
kdrpor-tlon (6 dp any plumbing
oi uruinauce to. t oi mi uuy
and -County; of Honolulu,. as amend
ed by Orfllnanci,0. 16 of he,Clty
and County of Honolulu.
Sectloa'Pi'py person or persons,
Arm or corporation, violating, the
provisions of this' Ordinance shall be
deemed guilty of 'ft misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall bo
punished by a flncof not moro than
Five Hundred dollars ($000.00), or
by Imprisonment for a term not ex
ceeding Blx;irtontti, or bybolh JBue
Scctjon 3. This Ordlnanco ulin.
tako ertWr fittccMMays from and aft
er the ilale, of ItJ approval. ,
i 'Introduced by Buiici'vlsor s
i- r V . n w AYLETT.
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I Approved tnts' zisfaay or Juus. -VI
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46B0 JlM'o.if,tV,lHf2.. 26, 21.
. N0TICE,H . '
Notice is, hereby given of the In
corporation, 'under the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii, .of UANK OV
HONOLULU, LTD., (Capital $600.
000 fully.pal(J jip)t which will take
over and suoceed to the liuslness of
CLAUS SPRBCKBI & Cp. on July
1, 1910. 1 ,
Tho BANK Of lNpfLU, LT.D .
will conduct a general banking bus
iness, aa.. heretofore ' carried on by
CLAU8 BHRECKEl ,& CO.. and
aikt the, continuance pf the valued
patronage arcordod. Jo, hnt firm. '
f -UANK O.'.JIQNPJ-ULU.-LTD. v,
4637-23ti ti i ,t, 1 APrrldn't.
J. Hppp& Co'.
.i.AU accounts owed by the Rtpi of
J. Hopp & Co. w( bp settled within
the ,nxt thirty iidaya, 1 nnd nl( ac
counts 1 duo j to. tlotsa,ld ,flrni ppj, set
tled wlthlin.ithlrty di)S wilt i1'6
placed.' Injttf ,hands of, an attorney
for collection without, , f urther . no
tice.!, , U , V t
j ii. 1 v c t ,.J, hopp & cp.
Per L. C. AHLpS.1
i 1 ' Manager.
June il0,i 1910. 4C43-tf
Passengors only will be allowed
on board the B. 8. Wllhclnilna after
9:45 Wednesday morning, June 22.
This ship satis for San Tranclsod at
10 o'clock a. ni, on that date.
MATSOi NAViqATION CO.
CASTLE '& COOKE, LTD..
1 'BUSINESS NOTICES.
,), ' iJOTlbfe.
'Wembera of K- Hul OtwU both
male alid female societies, are to at
teii'd'th'. funeral' pf the late Senator
Krnnk Jleddlngtbn Italuaoku Har
vey," 'l p. m . 'Sun'day. at Bllva's
undprtnkln' parlors'. 411 urgently
requested to attend. 4051.lt
' 1 X
from and after this date Mr. '
Bruce Cartwrlght Is authorized" to
act for hie In all matters o't (nulneja
under full Power of Attorney.
June 21, 1910. 4050-Gt
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of i. the Hanison
lias been called and' Is DUB JUNE
1$ and DKtjltfqUEN'-l'oii JltyY 15.
, In Coin jinr"
11 Gus Linen
I., .Silk Bloiiles,
'' ' hAWAII &
1 CURIO CO,
kh.)-rMr1 ..ipunc uuiiaing
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EHBALHEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
. 0ATH0L1Q SISTERS
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