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BVRNINO HtlW.KTIN, UllNliwiLU, T. 1L, THURSDAY, JUNE 30,. 1910.
10 BE BIGGEST
Ciirry ll-liich (Inn nnd
,V IH )r Alilr to krrp the Sen ii
4 WASHINGTON. June 4. That Uio
two new battleships which It is. v
peeled will bo authorized at ttiu pri'!
cut cession of, Congress will have u
displacement of 27,000 tons mill curry
ten 14lnc.li guns, taking the ic.ul of
all tho dreadnoughts of the world,
Is presaged by tentative designs al
ready being considered by the naval
The provisional plans wcro com
pleted several weeks ago, and arc
now In the bands of tho general
board, headed by Admiral Dnwey, for
the determination of military features.
The usual Instructions that all the
details of the plans shall be kept se
cret bavo been Issued, but It was as
certained yesterday that the general
board already had determined that
tho now ships will have n much lar
er displacement than tho Arkansas
and tho Wyomr.ig, which are of 26,.
This Increased displacement .will be
utilized In adding to tho armament
nod so Increasing the hitting power
of the ships. There will be at least
ten 14-Inch guns. Instead of twelve
12-Inch guns, which Is the nrmatncnl
of the battleships authorized last
Captain F. F. Fletcher, ono of the
members of tho General Naval board,
admitted that tho tentative pinna for
tho two big battleships are being con
filtered by tho board, although thoy
have not como under lils own obscr.
dreamt In the World.
"Win.'o this particular matter does
not como under my .observation," ho
Pinposed ships' displacement will
bo greater than the Arkansas
and the Wyoming. 1 have
heard that tho plans suggest an In
creascof' 1,000 tons, but 1 do not be
I logic the size has been detennlned
tili'flnltolyj except so far as It Is cer
tain that the new ships will be larger
than the two directly preceding. The
14-inch guns nro being considered, as
suggested by the plans.
"Congress did not specify the site
of the battleships, merely Axing the
appropriation. It Is, of course, for
tho .N'uvy Department to obtain he
best battloshlps possible with that
appropriation. 1 guess the new ones
will be the greatest In the entire
It Is asserted that ten 14-Inch guns
are regarded as better than twolve
12-Inch guns, but.lt is also recognlz
ed that advantage gained one way Is
sometimes lost another way. It would,
bo possible to have more It-Inch
guns, but It Is altogether u- mutter of
weight Anyhtng added In ono Tea.
ture must be offset by a reduction
in weight on another fcuture.
Embracing the best features in con
struction and In n military way, the
proposed ships, In addition to buying
the most destructive buttorles in the
world, will bo ablo to keep the sea
longer than any ships In existence.
At present tho battleship Florida. Is
the most prominent member of the
dreadnought family. Tho number' of
ships either completed or under con
structlon in the United States, Great
llrltuln, Germany, Japan and France
Is placed by Commander 11. F. llryan,
In .the now International Year Hook
at 43: "Of theso the United 8tatea
has eight In the Michigan, South Car
ollua, Delawuro and North Dukota,
completed; tho Florida and Utuh,
about half completed, and tho Wyo.
uilng and Arkansas, recently begun.
"The displacement of the last two,
20,000 tons, Is exceeded In tho entire
dreadnought class by tho two English
battleship cruisers, Lion and Thund
erer, of 26,350 tons, and 700 feet In
length, of which the first was laid
down last Novembor.
Uuglund lias Eighteen.
"Great Urltulu's dreadnoughts num
bur eighteen, without taking account
or four ships ordered or Just begun.
Germany has thirteen completed or
bujldhjg;. .Japan has four, two com
'''SiSft lW tw1 gliding. .Franco has
.no dreadnoughts In commission, but Is
'bulldVngVllcct of six of 10,Sl8 tons to
bo completed in 1911.
"Fastest among battleships are our
own North Dakota, with 22.25 kriots,
and the British Vaaguard, with 22.4
knots,, but both nro far bohlnd tho six
Rrltlsh, dreadnought, cruisers, with a
speed ranging between 27 and 21
'.'Comparison between our own Flor.
Ida, 'which was launched recently,
with the luteal of the llrltlsb aroad-
PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 BAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT It guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching. Blind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
H days or money refunded, Msclo by
-PARIS MUDICINB CO,, Saint LouU,
w. U, S, o( A.
TO MAKE WAR
niEXCII AI'TO.UATH' (IPX SHOOTS
TWO .MILKS AT FIVE IIU.MMIKI)
SHOTS A MINim:.
l'nrls, Juno 14, Chovallcr Henet
hasan argument In fuvor ot perma
nent peace III the shupo of n rnpld-
llre gun which so multlplhs dermic
tiveness that war becomes Idiotic It
Is an automatic gun which Increases
the killing power of a soldier ono hun
dred per cent nnd It has been
shown that for skirmishing Its cfll
clency is eciuul to tlmt of twenty In
fantrymen armed with rifles.
This argument for peace Is even
more advantageous for cavalry uso.
The stock ot tho Ilenct gun weighs
only ten pounds and ' the barrel
twelte, so that the former can be
hung on one side of the saddle and
the latter on the .other. The stock and
barrel can bo adjusted for nctlun In
twenty seconds. Its lightness is such
that It does not hamper the move
ments of' cavalry. A cavalry chargei
can carry with case two guns, two
extra barrels and 1200 rounds of am
munition. 'Tho Ucnct gun Is air-cooled, tho
cooling device being so thorough that
tho gun .docs not becomo overheated
even when used at tbo rato of 200
shots u minute. It shoots about two
miles. For making pence within a
radius ot a mile tho gunner takes a
reeling position. For greater dlstanco
the gun Is placed on a tripod. Exper
iments prove that It will produce a
hall of 500 shots n minute. It con
tinues firing ns long ns pressure on
the trigger lasts, nnd experts stnto
that Its continuous action for four
or flvo minutes will dlsposo of any
The feeding of the gun is by car
tridges adjusted In brass clips, each
ot which holds thirty.. A gunner's
case has ten clips or 300 cartridges.
The gunner's assistant can enrry four
cases or 1200 cartridges.
The Hawaiian band will give a
concert at the Moan a Hotel this
evening, commencing at 7:30, ren
dering the following program:
Overturc-j-The- Summer Queen...
.. ... . ....... . Illgge
The Spring, Song. . ,, .Mendelssohn
The Italian ltullad ...... .Ccntl
Selection II Trovntore !'..!. Vcrdl
.Vocal Hawaiian Songs
, ,., Ar. by Herger
Selection Lu Travlta Verdi
Waltz El I'asb Andrews
Finale I.a I'aloma Yradler
Th. Star Spangled Uaiiuer,
Itubberset tooth' brushes and Her set
dental cream at Ocnson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Hotel and Fort streets.
BT-"I'"or Sale" cards at Bulletin...
noughts, tho Colossus, which was
sent down the ways on April 9th, Is
Inevitable.. Tho latter ship Is the first
ot tho ten armored vessels ordered by
the Drltlsh government .during the
last twolve months. Both tho Florida
and the Colossus were launched with
in nine months of laying the keel.
"The following shows the dimen
sions and armament ot the two:
Florida Length, C2I. ft 6 in.; beam,
88 ft 24 in.; draft, 28 ft 6 In,; dis
placement 21,825 tons; .speed, "J0.7G
KnotB; tz-incu guns, to.
CoIosbus Length, S45 ft; beam, 88
ft 7 In.; draft, 27 ft G In.; displace
ment, 22,500 tons; speed, 21 knots, 12-
inch, guns, 10.
Thickness of Armor.
."The heaviest armor of the Florida
Is 12 Inches In thickness, while that
of the Colossus la only 11 inches. In
his recent address before tho British
Institution of Naval Architects, Ad
mlral Bacon took tho ground . that
heavy gunfire wns by all odds the
most Important single Item in a bat.
tleshlp's equipment Even tho armor
should bo sacrificed if nocossary for
tho sake of guns well placed. Tho
basis for this opinion appears to bo
that ot any effective ranges, '6,000
yards or loss, no practlcublo thickness
ot armor plate can, stand up against
tho nioderu 12-Inch guns, much less
tho proposed I4-Jnch giants, 'if this
bb tho case, further' additions of arm
or seems hardly worth while. At
any rate, the latest British battleship
has an ,lnch '.less of', itcef . about Us
vitals than tbo Florida.
"At the present time the Colossus
and the Florida uro the largest flgut
Ing craft of their respective navies.
Tho Wyoming und tho Arkansas will
outstrip them, and tho two dread
noughts for which proimluury plans
have Just beeu drawn will overtop all
the others iu the world, Whou ono
considers how few great ships the
United States has, In compurUou
with Euglund and In proportion to Its
status among the nations, It will be
seen tlmt there Is ubsolutuly u crying
need for two such ships us tho niiv
The first alft to a weak
itomach, sluggish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because ij has,
proven its right to be railed
"the best." It is for Indiges
tion, Costivcncss and Malar
inl Disorders. Try it.
For sale by Denwiu, Smith A Co.,
.td.i llolllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo Umg
Co.; and nt nil Wholesale Liquor
is protection against the heat.
It keeps the building cool by
keepingthe sun's heat out.
It' i's Weather-proof, Fire
proof and AcicVresisting.
fou saw: by
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SOUTH KINO
A large and complete stock
of the Famous
BABY'S AND CHILDREN'S
have just arrived. Bring the
Baby and show it this beau
ALL NEW AND KXCLU8IVW
Regal Shoe Store
KING AND BETHEL
Manufactured from pure distilled vtat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 52.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
nunared in iimd. tots
W, O. BARNHART,
133 Berchsnt St.,
SUMMER VACATION SUGGESTS
H A L E I W A
IT'S A GOOD THING
On the Line of the Oahu Railway
The True Hawaiian Mnsical
Knsy to lenrn nnd espoclnlly
fldnpted to Hawaiian music.
Friends on the nyilnlaiiil
will appreciate a gift of an
Flain and Inlaid Koa
Alex, Young Building
Hawaiian News Co.,
We uadeniud uVtdeac ol raodera tlie
tepifmtr Mitnrody to aplai iu wet will-
en incumnf Um k ol om tjmeMuiof. 9
IX iu thow yon how MMtacif ow
OFFICE SUPPLY C0MPANX
031 Fort Street
Fireworks and Flags
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO.. LTD.
Foiirth of July
Sky Rocjteti, .Roman Candles,
Fireworks in Cases
Fireworks of All Kinds
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Books! Books! Books!
' Go to
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD:
Alexander Young Bldg.
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists' Prescviitions Filled
HAIIIIISON HLOCK. TOUT 3TIIEKT
Honolulu, T. H.
In Our Cream
Special care to keen. I
It cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE FOND DAIRY.'
Do You Dance?
If not, wh- not I The Royal Acad
emy of Dancing holds forth every
Fridav evening at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.
All Plumbing Work
TjiK PIONEER PLUMIIBR
182 Merchant Street, Near Alakea
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Best in the Market
u t. m n v m a v a. n n
AH the Go
"BULL" GINOER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN B0PA WORKS
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SALE OF
lly virtue ot an Order, made by'
Hip Honorable W, J. Itolilnson, Third
Judge of the Circuit Court ot the
rlisi Judicial Circuit, of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, In tho matter ol
tho cuardlanrhln nt Knlllkea (,').
non compos mentis, on the 21st day
of June, A.D. t9 to; ,,a
Notice is hereby given that on
Haturda), the 16th day of July, A.
D. 1910, at 12 o'clock noon ot said
day, tit tho :.ont ot the Judiciary
llulldliig, In Honolulu, Oahu, I will
sell the following described proper
ty to the highest lilddcr or bidders,
at public miction, said eulo or sales
to be npprovci by the- Court.
DESCRIPTION OF THE' PROPERTY
TO HE SOLD.
1st: All tho undivided ono-slxth
Interest ot snld Katllk.cn tho wnro
as ntorcsald In thoso premises situ
ated nt Halawa, Ewa. Island of
On tin, which premltPSiuro more par
ticularly described as follows: Royal
Patent 7G1 on L. C. Award 2133 to
lleiilnnliig ,nl tho;inorth corner,
qpi) runnliiB nlonE'Mo6-vKiillna S.
22' E. 1.Q0. chains, S. 5" E. 2.91
chnlns, thence along lh( vKoclo, S.
67 W. r links, 8. 2C E. 1.81
chains, thence ii. G8J V. 60 links
along Naca, thenro N, 31 V, 6,94
chnlns. along fence or wall, thence
N. 61 E. JJclialiis. atobgjfence
or wall to thclnltlnl point, contain
ing on area of 1 2-100 acres, to
gether with all her right, title nnd
Interest. In all buildings or Improve
2nd: All the-rlght, title nnd In
terest of said Knlllkea (w) In that
celtaln plcco or parcel, ot land sit
uated at Monnalua,. Island' of Oahu,
and more particularly described In
Royal Patent Number'.... onAnnd
Commission Award Number 1313 to
lleglnnlng nt the wcbI corner of
theso premises, and running as fol
lows: N. r8l4" E. 2.2S chnlns along
land of Uku, thenco S. 33 ',4 E.
0-74 chain along Kaele, thence N.
HG E. 1.00 chain, thence N. 25 H
V. O.G9 chain along Kocle, thence
N. St E. 2,10 chnlns along land
of Uku, thenco S. .30 E. 1.86 chains
along land ot Kalwl, thence S.
G6V& W. 2.10 chains along laud of
Kalnma, thence S. 20" W. 1.B0
chains, thenco N. 68 E, 0,23 chain,
thence S. 30 E. 0.90 chain nloiig
land of Kalama, thenpe S. G2 W.
2.8S chains along stream, thence N.
27 V4 W. 4.2." chains along stream,
to the' Initial point, containing an
area of one acre and 6 70-100
A. I118HOP, Surveyor.
Kor further particulars, rnqulro
of Arthur M. llrown, , guardian of
Knlllkea fv), nou uinipos mentis;
or to V. C. Achl, attoiiiey or the
Dated, Honolulu, June 22, 1910.
. ARTHUR M. 11ROWN.
4632 Juno 23, 30; July 7.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND
THE 0RFHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR!
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND 0 0,
Honolulu Branch of ths Harrison
Has been called and Is DUE JUNE
ID and DELINQUENT on JUI,V 16.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
JTompt ana route Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
COMMISSIONERS SALE OF VALU
ABLE REAL ESTATE 8ITUATE
AT HONOKUA, DISTRICT OF
SOUTH KONA, ISLAND OF HA
WAII. (Pursuant to a Decroe of Foreclosure
and 8al6 mado by tho Honor Ablo W. J.
Robinson, Third Judgo ot the Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, of
tho Territory of Hawaii, at Chambers,
In Equity, on tho 6th day of March, A.
D., 1910, In an action entitled, "Paul
Muhtcndorf, Mark P. Robinson, James
E. Jaeger and Mrs.-U. At. Allen, Tru's
tecs under tho last Wilt nnd Testa
ment of 8. C. Allen, deceased, com
plainants, vb. Hawaii Land Company,
Limited, respondent, Hill to Fore
close Mortgage;" (Equity Division No.
1676), and pursuant to tho further or
der of tho Court, duly given and mado
on tho 7th day of June, A. D., 1910,
directing and ordering a RESALE ol
tho property described In tho Decree
ot Foreclosure and Salo herein, tho
undersigned, ns Commissioner, duly
appointed and constituted as such by
snld decree ot Foreclosure and Sale,
will sell, at Public Auction, to tho
highest nnd host bidder for caBh, sub
ject to confirmation of tho Court, on
SATURDAY. THE 2d DAY OF JULY,
A. D., 1910,
at 12 o'clock .noon of said. day,
at tho front (mauka) .entrance of tho
Judiciary Dulldlng, In tho City arid
County ot Honolulu, Territory of ita
wall, all and singular ..the, property ,do
tcrlbcd In that certain. Indcpturo of
Mortgage dated tho 31st day, of August,
A. n., 1899, made and executed by tho
respondent Hawaii Land Company,
Limited, to Samuel C. Allen, and re
corded In tho Ofrlco of tho Registrar
of Conveyances, at Honolulu. In Liber
196 ot Conveyances, at pages 242-244;
sabj property being situate at South
Kona, Island ot Hawaii, Territory ot
Hawaii, nnd being moro particularly
bounded and dcscrlbod as follows, to
wlt: 1st: All those, prcrdlscs In tho deed
of tho Trustees of Kalakaua to T. K.
R. Amalu, dated June 13, 1888. and re
corded In Liber 110, page 392, con
taining nn area of 1 4-100 acres, and
duly convoyed to said E. K. Amalu by
deed of D. P, Namaug, recorded In
Liber 118, page 326, together with all
houses' on It; ' ,. ,
2nd: All .the undivided 340 acres, ot
said E.. K. Amalu In the Ahupuaa 'of
Honokua, 8. Kona, aforesaid, being
the same premises conveyed -to said
E. K. Amalu by deed ot Kalkalna and
Kawai. his wife, dated March 1, 1899,
and recorded In Llber 191, pago 173.
Said property will bo sold In two
Terms of Sate: Cash .In United
States Gold Coin; ten .(10) per cent
of tho purchaso price to bo paid on tho
fall of the hammer; balanco to bo. paid
upon confirmation of sale by tho,Court
"and execution and delivery of docd or
deeds by tbo Commissioner Deed or
deeds at expense ot purchaser or pur
chasers, t , j,
For further particulars apply .to
Messrs. Klnnoy, Dallou, Prossor & An
derson, attornoys for complainants, at
their ortlcos, 303 Stangcnwald Rulld
ing, Honolulu, or to tho undersigned
at his ofneo In tho Judiciary Dulldlng,
In Honolulu aforesaid.
M. T. 81MONTON,
Dated: Honolulu, Juno 9th. 1910.
4641 Juno 9, 16, 23, 30.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii,
At Chambers. In Probate. In th
matter of the Estate ,of Alexander
J, Lazarus, Deceased, Op readlril
nnd filing the petition ,nf, Esther F
Juen, Bister of Alexander J Latatyj),
deceased, .alleging that Alexander J
Lazarus' of Honolulu died Intestate
nt said Honolulu on the. 10th day
of June, A. D. 1910, leaving property
In tho Hawaiian Islands necessary
to be administered upon, .and pray
ing that Letters of Administration
issue to Trent Trust Company, Lim
ited, an Hawaiian corporation; It Is
ordered, that Monday, the 18th day
of July, A. D. 1910, nt 10 o'clock
a. m., be nnd hereby Is appointed
for hearing said petition in the
courtroom of this Court at Honolulu,
at which time and placerall personB
concerned may appear and show
caute, If any they have, why said
petition should not bo granted., Ily
tho Court: J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk,
Circuit Court, First Circuit. Dated,
Honolulu, June 1C, 1910.
4646 June 16, 23, 30; July 7.
To the Precinct Clubs of the Repub
lican Party 'or the Territory; pF
,. , '
Pursuant to Section 17 of Arttcl'c
1 of the rules and regulations of the
Republican Purty of this Territory,
the precinct clubs ot tho several pre
edicts ure hereby notlned to meet
on Friday, July 8, at 7:30 p. m., for
tho purpose of making, nominations
ror oflkers of said precinct clubs to
serve fur (ho ensuing two years, und
that eutli ptecluct ihull meet at the
same hour on July IS, tor the pur
pose of electing officers from thoce
to nominated at the previous meet
ing. lly order of the Executive Com
mlltcu of tua Territorial Central
Committer of tint Republican Parly.
A. U. UAHTItO,
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Kohaja Sugar Company.
In accordance with the terms
undci1' which Its bobdi'were Issued,
the KotilaSugrr 'Cbmtlny will "pay,
with accHuM Ubtertst,' on August 1,
ill 1 0, FtMy-rivc Ttibuannd and 00
160 Dollars MltMOO.OO) of Its
bonds;' compVlaHig the remaining out
stahdlng''bdnds of the present Issue.
The numbers of the bonds to be paid
are as' follows:
1 41 63 90 117
2 43 65 92 121
4 46 68 101 130
10 49 69 102 131
18 CS 72 103 132
22 50 '7B 106 134
27 C8' 76 ' 108. 138
30 G9 83 112 140
39 61 87 ' 11C , iU
Notice Is'hcreb'y given to the hold
ers of tficse bonds to present ths
Bame for payment at the banklug
house of The Rank or Hawaii, Lim
ited, In Honolulu, on August 1, 1910.
and that Interest on same will cease
on and after that date.
CHA8. II. ATHERTON.
Treasurer, Kohata Sugar Co.
Honolulu. June 23, 1910.
Juno 23, 28, 30; July S, 7, 12, 14,
19, 21, 26, 28.
! At the ndjqurncd annual nicetlnc
of the Sierra Nevada Development
Co., hold In Room .20,3, McCnndlcui
building, In the city of 'Honolulu, on
June 28, 1910, the following direc
tors were elected to serve for the
J. 8. McCandless, L. L. McCand
less, M. P. Robinson, A. M. McRrydc,
C. O. Ilockus.
At a directors' meeting hold Im
mediately after tho stockholders'
meeting, the following officers were
elected to serve for the year:
J. S. McCandless , ...President
L. L. McCandless, .. .Vice-President
A. M. McDrjde ........... .Treasurer
C. O. Ilockus; .'....Secretary
C. O. 1JOCKUS,
January 28, 1910. 3t
'! ' H I ,11 .. ., ,,
Notice Is hrby given o( the. In
corporation,, under theilaws of the
Territory of Hawaii, of RANK OK
HONOLULU, LTD. (Capital $600,
000 fully 'palA'up), which will take
over and succeed to the business of.
CLAUSSPRECKELS &, CO.,on July
1. 1910. i-r , .
The Rank of, Honolulu, ltd.,
will conduct a general banking, bus
iness as heretofore 'carried on by
CLAU8 SPRECKEL3 & CO.. and
asks tho continuance of the valued
patronage accorded to that Arm.
DANK OF HONOLULU. LTD.
W. O. rRV!N. C
J. H0PP& CO.
We have paid our accounts. Please' '
get busy and .attend to yours. If
you do. not and. the account, Is placed
In tho hands of an attorney, the
fault will be yours, not ours.
J. HOPP & w.
Per L. C. ARLE8,
4665 June 27, 28, 29, 30; July 1.
'J, 4 ,5, 7, 7, 8, 9. 10.
ORDINANCE HO, 10.
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO
.PLUMBING WORk.IN.THE CIT
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU'.
tie It Ordained by the, People ot ths
City and County uf Honolulu:
Section 1, It shall be unlawful
for any person or persons, firm or
corporation, to do any plumbing
work for another In the City and
County Of Honolulu 'u,ntl bo or they
shall "have first obtained A licence
to do plumbing work In accordance
wlththe provisions of Sections 3 anil
I of Ordinance No. 6 ot the City
and County of Honolulu,' as amend
ed by OrdlnunceNo. 46 of the City
and County of HoffolUthv
Section j!. Any poison or persons,
firm or corporation, violating the
provisions of this Ordinance shall be
deemed guilty of a mlsdomcanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall be
punished by a fine of not more than
Flvo Hundred Dollars (1500,00), or
by ImpHgonmojit for a term not ex
ceedlng'slx months, W by both flue
Und' Imprisonment.. u
BetClrif '3'.' Thls'Ordluance shai
take' effect ffruje'n days from and aft
'er tn'e,Jaatfo1r1 lts"a'i)provalj
Date .of Introduction:
May 26, A. D. 1910.
Apprpved this .2 1st day of June,
A. D, 1910. ' '
JOSEPH J. KERN,
4600 June 'J.J, Ti, 33, 34, 25, '
38, 29, 30; July 1.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
ImlatM InlU for III.
. . loUIIU
riiont no wight can ion
tW 'n$ &$' Wl'V tkV. .