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EVENING nOLfcRTIW. RONOLCLTJ. t. 11., MONDAY, JULY 4, 1910.
:Oceanic StiprtShip Gompany
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July 0 July 15
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Oahu Railway Time Table
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Way Stations 3;15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
ror Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
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aulua and Walanao 8;3G a, m.,
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Arrlye Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Lollehua 9;15 a. m., l'At) p. m., 5:31
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The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
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loaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m.; returning, arrives in Honolulu
at 10:10 p. in. Tim Limited stops only
at Pearl City and Wolaoae outward,
and Walanao, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally. tSundar Excepted. (Sunday
0. P. DENJ80N, P 0. SMITH,
Superintendent. a. P. A
.Bulletin Dullness Office Phone 856,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 181,
ifcTAlLMUCD II lilt.
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elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents tor the
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Bank" of Honolulu.
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Nevada National Dank of San
Draw ExcnancV on tho Novada
National Hank or San Francisco.
London Tho Union of London
and Smith's Dank, Ltd.
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Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama
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HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys end receives for
collection bills of "''exchange,
Issues Drafts and l!M(e'rs of
Credit, and transacts a general
banking business. "-'
The Dank receives , Local Do- ,
posug nna neaa umce uoposiu
for fixed periods,
Local deposits S2E and npwi.ids
for ono yoar nt rate of 4 per an- '
Head Onleo Doponltn, Yen 25
and upwards for ono-half year, ouo
year, two years, or three years at
rato of VA por annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu Offlco- GT 3. King St.
P. O. Box 168.
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - - - - H, I. H0S3
301 QUEEN AND RICHAEDS STS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles. Gas Sta
tionary and .Marine Engines, Bice
Mill Machinery, Etov
or Ail rnroi.
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Ineen Street :: ;; t: Honolulu
A fnll assortment, sizes 24"xB6"
to 48"xl20", and gauges No. 10 to
No. 20 just to hand.
We do -sheet metal work of all
kinds) and, guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD. '
Phone 211, 145 Kins St.
Superior Coal and Firewood
Any Quantity Prompt Deliveries
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Office Queen Street. Next to Inter-Island Co.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR9.1
II. P. Baldwin President
W. O. Smith.. First Vlco-Frosldont
W. M, Alexander
.., Socond VICe-PrcBldent
J. P. Cooke t
Third Vlco-Pres. and Manager
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
J, B. Castle Director
J. R, Gait Director
W. It. Castle Director
' Sugar Factors.,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul AKrlcuKurnl Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company.
McBrydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Railway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING! AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, 8U0AR FACTORS
GENERAL IN8URANCE AQENT8
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugnr Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokna Sugar Co., Ltd.
'Fulton Iron Works of St. Lcuts
Dabcock & Wilson Pumps.
Green's Fuol Economizers,
Matson Navigation Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTOR8 AND COM
Officers and Directors:
K. F. Bishop President
Geo. H. Hobertson
....Vice-President and Managor
W. W. North Treasurer
nichard Ivcra Secretary
J. R. Onlt Auditor
Qoo. It. Carter , ; Director
C. H. Cooke. hi. t Director
B. A. Cooko rtf. ...... Director
A. Gartloy ...,..; Director
C. Brewer &Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE"
noyal Insurance, Co. of Llveroo!.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union ft National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian lnsuranco Co. of Kdln
Upper Rhine Insurance Co. (Ma
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 StangewtJd lltf.
HONOLULU IRON WObKS
Will do it
Consulting, Designing' and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145.
185 editorial rooma-rr25G us?
nets office. These are the Ulephont
mmh nf IK flMMIn u
I RECREATIONS I
Tho Itoyals completed a hlghljr suc
cessful engagement nt tho Empire on
Saturday' evening, and before tho cur
tnln went down, on tho last appear
ance of the popular vaudeville artists,
thoy wore accorded a distinct ovation.
Mnnager Overend announces that ho
has secured n nlno time winner In
tho World'n Trio. This organization
wll lentcrtnin Empire audiences In
"Vest Pocket Musical Comedy."
Tho new pcoplo make their first ap
pcarnnco nt the Hotel street play
houso tomorrow orcnlng. By special
arrangement Manager Overend has so
curcd n picture film sorvlco from the
states that will be found second to
Tho vnudcvllllans hnvo mndo up for
a shortness of films at this comfort
nblo theater during tho past fow
nights. In some way thcro was n
fluko on tho part of tho agents for the
plcturo makers on.tho Coast nnd tho
batch duo nt tho Park last week will
not nrrlo unll tomorrow morning.
Tho Desmond Sisters and Thompson
nnd J. V, Gibson will appear In n new
sketch, and thoro will bo plenty of
music and good dancing. Tho pic
tures to arrlvo on tho Siberia nro en
tirely now. and somo of hem nro said
to be rich In natural scenic effects.
Thore Is no more comfortable place
In the city for an hour 'a enjoyment.
Tho Park Is nlwnys cool, and tho
smoke nulsance-oftcn observed In the
aters Is not In cvldcnco ho.o.
Tonight nt tho Nnvpltv Thnntnr
thcro Will bo nn rnltrn'rhnnrn nt nln.
tures, Including Or(.on nnd Lcotn In a
pretty Indian sketch. Miss Lcotn
will Introduce somo of tho latest In
dian songs, assisted by Sam Orton on
tho piano. In this sketch Miss Lcotn
will wenr her famous Indlnn gown,
tho design of which Is the samo na tho
ono mauo ror rrincess Pocahontas.
Mr. Orton will Imitate on the piano
tho famous composers of mimic In nn
nccentrlc wny. With n carefully sel
ected ioi or pictures and tho sketch
by Orton nnd Leotn, tho management
of Hi oNoe!ty promises a very Inter
For Salo" cards nt Dullotln...
j At iin iidjourned annual meeting
,of the Morin Nevada Development
'Co.. he t In Boom 203, McCandlcss
'l.,in.li(., In tho city of Honolulu, on
Jui.c it, 1910,, tho following direc
tors wcro elected td servo for tho
J. S. McCandlcss, L. L. McCand.
less, si. p. Iloblnson, A. M. McBrydc,
C. O. Dockus.
At a directors' meeting held Im
mediately after the stockholders'
meeting, tho following oncers wero
elected to horvo for tho year:
J. S. McCundlctm President
L. L. McCandlcss..., VIco-Frosldont
A. M. Mcllrydo Treasurer
C. G. llockus Secretary
C. G. UOCKUS,
Secretary, June 28, 1910. 3t
J. H0PP& CO.
Wo havo paid pur accounts. Plcaso
get busy and attend to yours. It
you do not and tho account la placed
In tho hands of nn attorney, the
fault will bo yours, not ours.
J. IIOI'P & iO.
Per L. C. A11LE3,
IG55 Juno 27, 28, 29, 30; July 1,
2, 4 ,6, 7, 7, 8, 9, 1Q.
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE.
Sealed tenders will be rece vol at
the oDlce of the, Secretary , of Hawaii,
Capitol Ilulldlng, Honolulu, until 12
m, of Wednesday, July 6, 1910, for
constructing ten election booths In
accordance with plans ou Ale In the
offlcn of tho Superintendent of Pub
Dooths to be erected at locati'jiri
designated by tho Secretary am to
be ready, for occupancy anil use on
tho morning of July 25, 1910,
Tho Secretary does not bind him
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii,
Honolulu, July 2, 1910.
Doing connected with the Hono.
lulu Iustltuto -for Physiotherapy, 1
havo moved offices from 232 llero
tnnla Mreet to earner Ilerntanln nnd
Consultation houro; 9-11, 2-1, 7-8.
' Sundays; 9-11 only, '
Telephone 287. OR. BTIUUIi.
slH l I " aS I a - I
(Continued from Tngo 1.)
ALI1ANV, N. Y., July 3. Serious
Irregularities are charged against
the Phoenix InBiiranco Company of
Urooklyn In tho report of tho Insur.
anco commissioner. Tho commis
sioners claim that tho actual surplus
of, tho company Is only $421,200, In
stead of ll,r,4C,C18 us claimed by
This Is not the first time the
Phoenix company has been uniljr
flro. Tho concern was investigated
by tho grand Jury last December.
RENO A LA MONTE CARLO.
HENO, Nev July 3. Tho odds
nre now ten to seven that Jeffries
will lift the victor In the big light
on Monday, while' tho bnckers of the
white man are placing money at
even that Johnron will not outlast
the twenty-llrst round.
Gambling Is In full blast through
out tho yar)ous resorts of tho city,
the presence of so many sports mak
ing the games particularly big.
A special train arrived yeitorday
with a great crowd of Easterners,
Included among the excursionists be
ing Lou Houseman, George Consl
dlno and Nat Goodwin.
MET TO DISCUSS CONGRESS.
OYSTKU HAY, July 3. Represen
tatives M unlock nnd Madison and
Senator Ilrlstnw, the Kans.iB Insur
gents, had a long conference with
Colonel Roosevelt yesterday, discuss
ing the work of Congress nnd the
pnrt taken nhd tho reasons therefor
by the Insurgents.
After the Kansas delegation had
left, Sir. Roosevelt referred to them
as fine fellows, but declined to enter
Into any particulars ns to tho mat
ters under dilscusslon. It was given
out, however, that the Balllnger
Plnchot matter was not referred to.
BOTH FIGHTERS IN TRIM.
RENO, Nov., July 3. Hoth Jef
fries and Johnson, who will enter
tho arena tomorrow afternoon to
fight for the heavyweight chnmplon
ship of tho world, are confident of
winning. The closing odds are 10
to C. with Jeffries On the long end
of the betting. Tex Rtckard sas
that ho will certainly roferco tho
fight. The weather forecast Is good
aiul nn attendance of 10,000 Is ex
pected. ASK TAFT TO REMOVE MEM
BERS. DES MOINES, (a., July 3. The
Republican county committee. In ses
sion hero yesterday, passed a reso
lution urging President Tnft to ro.
move from his cabinet those mem
bers who attempted to read the In
surgents out of tho Republican
HEAT KILLS AND PROSTRATES.
NEW YORK, July 3. Fifteen
deaths from tho heat wcro reported
In this city yesterday. Tho heat
wave continues In Kb Intensity, and
reports from as far west as Chicago
and ns far east as Philadelphia toll
of scores of prostrations.
STEAMER BALTIC IN COLLISION.
NEW YORK, .July 3. Tho steam
ship Baltic, which arrived here to
night, had a co'lslon last week with
the Gorman tank steamer Standard.
Tho damage was only slight, nnd the
llaltlc wan nulop to i continue her
PRESIDENT WiTHDRAWS LANDS.
IJEVERLY, JIass., July 3. Pros
Ident Taft has slgnod an order for
tho withdrawal of 8.495,731, acros of
power site, phosphate and petroleum
LYNCH NEGRO MURDERERS.
CHARLESTON, Slo., duly 3. Two
negroes were lynched here today for
the murder of a planter namod Wil
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNCl.
Monday; July 4.
Will P Stevons, Los Angeles; Lor
ou .Stevens, Los Angeles; Mrs. J. E.
Anthony, New York; W. II. Smith,
llllo; J, , Wurman, Sail Francluco; L.
Aaron, San Francltco; W, J, Dald
and 'wife, Chicago; Chas, A. Drown,
Los Angeles; C. A. Owen and wfc,
Oklahoma; Ella SI. Cotes, Los Ango
les; Sirs. H. Van Every, Los Ango
leu; Dp. O. M. Polln nnd wife, San
Luis,; Sirs, Paul A, Adams and child,
Chicago; F, D. Tukpatrjqk, wlfo and
child, Chicago; J M. Dickinson, Wash
ington; Geo, Edwards, Washington;
C, R. SlmpVInu, Washington.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
SHOWS BAD WORK
i'w frtiv fitoTmr.T cntittT OF T11H
I ...... ... nniwpd Win Tltm TRtt.
niTORY OF HAWAII.
THR UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vb. WILLIAM K.
CASTLE, ct a!., Defendants.
Action brought In said District Court,
n!il tho Petition fllod in tho office of
the terk of said District Courtlnv;
THB PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA GREET
WJLlljAM R. CASTLU; IDA D. CAS
TLE, wlfo of WILLIASI R. CASTLE
WILLIAM R. CASTLE, Trustee; J. V.
JDHNSON, whose full and true name
Is unknown; UWINI JOHN80N. wjfo (
of J. D. JOHNSpN, whose full and true
namo Is unknown; WJtlLIAM 10.
ACHIJ HANNAH MAllKHAM
GEORGE MARKHAM, JmsbAnd .'of
HANNAH MARKHAM; EDITH MOR
TON HENRY C. MORTON, husbah.4
of EDITH MORTON; MAUD PFLU
GER; HENRY C. PFLUOER, husban-l
of MAUD PFLUGERJ YONfl AHIN;
BID" SHEE, wife of YOItO.AHIN; "LEH
CHU. Trustee. CUSfvltOY; LEECHU;
CHUNG SHEE, wlfo of WE CHU; C.
DIN SING, whoso full and Iruo nan
Is unknown; WONG SEE. 'iio oi.
DIN 8INO, whoso full and true name
Is unknown: T. KAT POO, whoso ull
and true namo Is unknown; LEONQ
SHEE, wife of T. KAT POO, whose
full and true name Is unknown; YER
CHIN: WONO SHEE. wlfo of YEH
CHIN; CHIM SHEE; THE WESTERN
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT uuw
PANY LIMITED; a corporation duly
Incorporated and organised onder tha
laws of the Unltod Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland.and having Its. Reg
istered Office at Dundee, Scotland:
YONO YAU; CHOW CHONG TIN
0HOW DON; NO MINO JOKE; EL
MER KAPAHULU, ROBERT KAIMU
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO and CLA
ra WAIKIKI. unknown heirs at law
of KAAIHAEMA, deceased'; MANUEU
LEAH!. AUGUSTUS WAIALAB, BU
NA HANAMU and StARY N1U, tin-
knows heirs at law of HOOMOKA'
PULE (w). deceased; ALFRED PUU
NUI, ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and SIALAEA PALASIA',
unknown heirs at law of KANANI
MAULOA (TT), deccasod; JOHN AIEA,
CHARLES. MUNANA. JOD WAIAU,
EUGENE MOILIILI, VINCENT PA-
HOA, CLEMENT KOELB. MIHIAM
LEHUA, RUTH HALE, ELIZABETH.
MAKIKI, ABBIE KALUAOLOHB,
LE1LANI PUNAWAI, .LYDIA J4.0KU
and EVELYN POO, unknows onnert
You aro hereby directed to appear,
and answer the Potltlon In an action
entitled as abovo, brought,agalnst you
In the District court o tne unuoa
States, InTand, for' tho Territory pt Ha-
wall, within twenty days 'from and' af
ter service upon you of a certified
copy of plaintiff's Petition heroin, to
gether with a certified copy of thl
And you are hereby notified that
unlcBs you appear and answer as
abovo required, the said Plaintiff will
tako Judgment nnd condemnation ot
tho lands described In tho Petition
herein and ror any otner ronor'uc-
manded In the Petition,
WITNESS THE HONORABLE A. O.
SI., ROBERTSON, one to!
tho J.udges of said District
Court, this 18th day ot
(Soal) Match In tho year of our
Lord one thousand nlno
hundred and ten and of
tho Indopendonco of the
Unltod States the one
hundred nnd thirty-fourth.
'(Signed) A. E. MURPHY ,
"No. 61. DISTRICT COURT OF
THE U. S. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
WILLIAM R. CASTLE, ot al.
BUSISIONS. ROBERT W. BRECKON8,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, )'
Territory of Hawaii, )
I. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of the Unltod Statesjof
Amorlca, In and for the Territory and
District of Hawaii, do hereby cortlty
tho foregoing to be a full, truo and
correct, copy of the original Petition
and Summons In tho caso of UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vb. WILLIAM (
R. CASTLE et al., as the samo ro
malns of, record and on filo In tho of
flco of the Clerk of said Court.
IN WITNESS WH.REOF, I havp here
unto set my hand and at
.(Seal) fixed the seal of satd Dis
trict Court this 21st day
of March, A. D. 1910.
A. E. SflJRPHY.
Clerk of United States District Court,
Territory of Hawaii.
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu Streets
P. H, BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for -California wij
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage LioenHu; Drw
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of f&l.
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for tne
District Courts. 79 'MERCHANT BT.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
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