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EVENING BULLETIN. H0M01.UL0. T H FRIO Y. JUIY
HENRY WOTHISTTRUST CO., LTD.
STATEMENT Or COITDITION. JUNE 30, 1910. '
Cih on band anil In
Uomia 3, nno.no
Ural ejjnte 27,1 1C. 2 1
Stocks and other Invciit-
. metitn .lO.SOO.IS"
Mortgnfcos vt-curcil by
mil cftilli- 2l,:i!l7.U0
UiaiiK, ilciuiiiiil niul tliuu n57.tiGiUl.-t
Kurnltitre and IWtnri-t.. 1,000. on
Accrued Interest receiv
Other assets 23U.7&
Teriltoiy of lluwnll,
City .-mil County nt Honolulu)
I, A. N. CiiiiipbMll, Treamirer nf the Henry Wntorliouso Trust Co.,
I.ld,, do Foli'iniily twenr Hint Hit- nbnic Htntemcnl N true to (tin best lit
my knowledge nnd belief. A. NT CAMl'llIIM..
Subu-rlbeil nnd suoiu to licforc nm tills let da nf July, 1!U0.
Nol:ir I'ubll-, l'lrsl Jullcliil Circuit
4Cfl- Jlll 9, fi, 23, 30, AlIB C. 13.
Report of Resources and Liabilities
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS. JUNE 30TH. 1010
Loins, pnooutitrt mid
0erdr.ifts 1.0!I..,GSC 20
llonds 111,278 00
Due from UaukH 139,701 42
cnsii 2r.5,yoi; an
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oaliu.
I, K. I. Spalding, cashier of tliellunk of Clans Spreckels & Co., do
Folemnly swear that the nbovo statement Is true to the beRt of my knowl
edge nnd belief. K. I. SPALDING. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this Gth day of July, 1910.
IIKNItY C HAI'AI,
Notary Public. rirst .Itulli-liil Circuit.
4Cfi3 July C, 8. li.
Bishop & Company, Bankers
8. M. DAMON'
BALANCE SHEET AS
Cnsl 11,057,093 S5
Due from banks ami
bankers 278,331 03
Itonils. storks and lu-
Nestmei.tH 1,833,185 0(1
Loans, discounts mid
overdrafts 2,.'i09,4S9 24
Ileal estate and bank
furniture 01,001 41)
Other absets 180,178 9G
Honolulu, T. II., Juno 30, 1910,
I, Allen V. T. Ilottomley. do solemnly Bwear that the foicgolng Hal-an-e
Sheet represents a true and correct statement of the off a Ira of the
II.iiklni; House of Illshop and Company us at June 30, 1910, to tne best
of my knowledge and bullet.
ALLEN V. T. UOTTOMLBY.
Subscribed and sworn to bofure me this 30th day of June, 1910.
J HAItltlS MACKKNZIi:.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit. T. II.
4C59 July 1, 8, 15.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30. 1910.
Cash on hand and In
bank $ 52,104 CG
Stocks 8,730 (1
Loans secured by mort
i gage on real estate., 14,404 00
Loans Demand a u d
time 42.43G 90
I'urnlture and fixtures. . 9,050 5C
Heal estate Ofllre.bulld-
lug and site 20,030 G3
Aerned interest receiv
able 437 53
Assets other than those
sperlflod nbule 3,412 44
City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
I, Allen W. T. Ilottomley, Secretary 'of the Illshop Trust Company,
Limited, do solemnly swear that the above stutement Is true to tho best
nf my knowledge and belief,
ALLIEN' . T. I10TTOMLKY,
Subscribed and Bwurn to before me this 30th day of June, 1910.
J. 1IARUI3 MACKKNZIK,
Notary Public. Klrbt Judicial Circuit.
4G59 July 1, 8, 15, 22.
Each article is carefully handled
through, every stage of our work
SubcrIbM . . . $200,000
G0c pi 1.1 In... $100,000.00
liability .... 100,000
Undivided profits 7S.C77.4I
Triml, mill itRcncy tic-
Oilier Unbllltli-H 390.01
& Co., Bankers
Deposits l,C3.r.,C32 58
A. V. T. UOTTOMI.i:V
AT JUNE 30, 1910.
Capital and surplus..? 921,0.'S 9."
l)fo to banks and
tankers ...' 2,102 70
Deposits .......;.... 4,997,019 02
Paid In . .,, $ 07,500 00
Undivided profits 26,899 27
Tiust nnd ngency bal
ances 92,929 02
J. ADADIE, Prop,
777 Klna Street.
Cured by Lyclia 13. Pink
liam'sVcgctaulcConipound Milwaukee, VK "l.jilhi K. Pink,
ham's Aregetablo Compound linn nmilo
no :l well woman,
nnd I would lll.t; to
or It. 1 KillTcied
and fenrfiil p.iliislii
my luck I bad tho
Ix-sl doctor nnd
they .ill decided
that t h.ul n tumor
in addition to my
female trouble, nnd
advised nu opera
tion. I.vdlii K.
'luXliam s Vi-irL-liililn CniniKiuuil made
me n well woman and I have no more
backache. 1 liopt; I van help others by
telling them what Lyill.i i:. Piukluin's
VegetablH Coinpouiid Inn ilone for
mi-. ' -Mint. 1:.mma1ji-"K, K!;i l'ltstSU,
Thu above is only one of tint thou,
sands of grateful letters which are
constantly being received by the
J'lnkliam Mrdlcluu Company of Lynn,
Sluts., ttliii-li prove beyond a doubt that
l,)dia II. I'inkluun's Vegetable Com
pound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does cure theso obstinate dis
eases of women nf ter nil other means
have failed, and that every such suf
erlng woman owes It to herself to at
leastglvulodiii li I'iukham's Vegeta
ble Compound n trial beforu submit
ting lo nu operation, or giving up
hope of rrcmery.
Sir. Pliikliiini, of lonii. TMnsi.,
Imltrs nil wide women, to ivrllo
lior for ntlvlcc. Klin Ims fruliU-il
thousands to lienltli mill lior
uilili-i' li free.
Is Now at
- CURIOS will be there nftcr the
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND CO.
F0H SALE AT ALL BARS
CIGAR NOW 5o
M. A. GUNST & CO.
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
182 MERCHANT STREET
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu Streets
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
102ft Nnnsnn Sf
Leave Hawaii Promotion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m
Moanalua or Punchbowl,
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m anound
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pill,
SUNDAY 10:30 n. ra., Fnli; 3 p, m.. around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for speo'al occasions, For further particulars
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners, Office and Garage, South
FOR FIRST TIME
Editors' Excursion, Los Angeles
Tourists. Wood's Work, North.
' west Exploitation and Other
Pertinent Matters Discussed.
Yesterday's meeting of the Promo
tion Committee una presided over by
the new chairman, J. K Hush, and V.
H. Mclncrny, tin- newly elected nn-ui-bcr,
wiih present for the !lrt lli-i.
Sevprul matters of Importaiire vrro
takeirup at the meeting, t'vit of raM
Ing $5000 for tlic excursioii of mein
bers of National Kdltorlnl association
causing cousldernblo discussion.
The members of the commltteo feel
that tho visit of the newspaperman
would be worth while but fenr tnnt
the business community mil nut come
through with subscriptions to the
fund as It will bo hard to show direct
benefit from the visit In money Epcnt.
It was shown that th-HO visitors
would glvo more publicity than could
bd obtained In any other way and the
case of Los Angeles subscribing $200,
000 for mi aviation meet wus cited lis
an cxanlplo of publicity work.
In a communication received from
President Ilaumgnrtncr of the editor
ial association it was stated that the
party would hae to look to the north
for n vessel to take them hero as the
best sura proposition they had so fnr
from Han Kranclsco In chartering u
steamer would cost them eich $1G0,
which they thought was too much.
Charles 3. Ilrown of the steamship
department of the German-American
Hank of Los Angeles, urrlu-d on thu
Siberia with a number of tourists on
Monday, and Is looking ou-r the Is
lands with the idea of obtaining re
liable Information to tho end of advis
ing clients of tho bank to muko the
trip to Hawaii. . v-
This bank In lxi Angeles Is ngont
for tho Pacific .Mull Company and Is
sues travelers cnecKS lo nil parts oi
the world. It Is in connection with
tho Issuance of .such commercial pa
per that the Ideil of starting parties to
lluwull 'occurred and Mr. Ilrown Is
hero to get first hand information.
Ho Is now making u trip around
Ouhu and will leave for Hawaii to
make the volcano trip and visit the
other Islands within u few days ro us
to bo posted on nil tho different is
lands. Ilnwall was llrst brought forcibly to
the attention of tho (leriunn-Amerlcau
Hank by Mrs. Ileudleo when she was
In charge of tho promotion work at
Another party from Los Angeles is
duo on the Wllhelinlnn und others are
now being formed to make tho trip
here, accoidlng to Mr. Drown.
Trim I ('oiiilng This Wu).
In u letter from II. P. Wood nt
Atlantic City that gentleman says that
the tide of travel Is Betting from the
Atlantic toward tho Paclllc, slowly
to be sure but still It Is coming this
On nno day In Juno five thousand
travelers sailed from New York for
Kurope, und the one way fares from
those who will go to Kuropo this ear
ure estimated to be $7,500,000.
Many people, of means have learned
of the beauties of Hawaii for tho1 first
time at Atlantic City und they uro
corning lure noxt year.
Mrs, Headlco In her work at Ims
Angeles met scores of Knsterncrs, who
ciuno thoro for tho winter months nnd
many of whom sho Induced to enmo
to Honolulu, others whom sho met
planned to come to Honolulu on their
next trip west. '
Xorllmest Needs llininll.
Mrs, Prances Headlco, writing from
Seattle, Is enthuMnntlc about tho I
work which mny be done there In pro
moting Hawaiian Interests. j
It Is her Idcn that tho Northwest'
needs Hawaii as a placa to visit dur-'
lng the rainy winter months nnd nlso
nce.da tho fruits of Hawaii for Its
tablet. On the other hand .Hawaii
can uso tlio producte of thij 'crjantrj
there; ltff 'arpIe3,,flour nnd-frnits' The
country there lo'.nn i Idpnli vacntlori
spot In the mountains and lakes for,
people from Hawaii tosnond n fow,
weeks during part oYilie fenr, 0
To Ktplore Volcano. I
There Is a man In Portland, Ore
gon ,who wishes to become famous
nnd hns written tho Promotion Com
mittee nbout exploring l:o Volcano,
"near jour city" Ho wjnts lo kmow
If It li safe and if ha ran net tc the
bottom of It mid tnko '.he temperature
I'nr Pure Votive.
Mr. Mclncrny brought to tho niton
tlo'i ot the committee tint fun Unit
m.'.n) hundred pound i of Hawaiian
coffee wero sold on tho in.i'filand In
CM'css of tho total crop railed here.
Tills was dono by mixing tinw.til.in
coJiceMvIth other Inferior r.rniui i-nd
Fi-Uini; It as the real irOfc'it
tin Miggcstcd that a e.ir.iimy do
n.'sanlred to put the leal article on'
thi market In small package. ur.J
thn. feme method of .i.tvutiHlni: bo
f-depted so that the eu'feu 'oilld bo
sold from Honolulu only.
The Old, Old Story
Is roost effective when told person-.i
ally with the environments in keeping-.
But if it must be -written be
careful about tho writintr paper you
employ. A love letter written on
"any old kind" of paper would indi
cate a lack of sincerity or else woe
ful carelessness on the part of the
i'le kind of writing paper usually
use J fcr love letters ns we', as all
other kinds of particular correspond
ence is the kind "Made in Bciishire"
Eaton, Crane & Pike
We know it's the best. That's whyj
wc carry it. can and inspect our
fine line of Eaton, Crane & Pike pa
pers. Wall.NichoisCo. Ltd.
Office Supply Co.,
OL0BE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
Every music-lover in the Is.
lands will want a copy of this
collection of the best Hawai
For a gift to friends on
the mainland, these Hawaiian
songs will be unique,
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex, Young 'Building
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO,. LTD.
Hotel Street, Near Union
BooU Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Youne Bids.
'For Bale" cards at Uullotti.
WHiTNEV & MARSH, lid.
MaKe Your Picnic
By filling; the lunch b:sket with HEINZ 57 VARIETIES
of Rood things. Full assortment of HEINZ dainties just re
ceived, such as INDIA RELISH. SWEET and DILL PIC
KLES, BAKED BEAN3, TOMATO SOUP, TOMATO CAT
SUP, APPLE BUTTER, etc.
, AsR Your Grocer Fcr Them
Stocktaking is over and we will
dispose of all Remnants and
Sale Commences Thursday, June 30th
WASHABLE LAWNS 10c. Yd.
38in. CHAMBRA7S 10c. Yd.
PDINTED BATISTE'.... 12i2c. Yd.
TABLE LINENS 30c. to $1 Yd.
BED SHEETS, all sizes
75c. to $1.10 Ea.
INDIA LINONS.-Y.lOc. to 30c. Yd.
AUTO VEILS .i GOc.to $5 Ea.
j SHIRT WAISTS
In Ginghams, Silks, Mulls. Lawns, Nets,
i White, Cream, Pink, Black, Blue, Ecru,
, etc.,. from $1 to $7.50 each
$18 to $21 SUITS now $10.00
$12 to $14.50 SUITS now. . . 10.00
$10 to $12 PANAMAS now. . 7.50
A new line of PATTERN HATS just
received and now on display
Get Ready for the Fourth of July
L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd
SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS ,10c, Yd.
MADRAS SHIRTINGS 15cT Yd.
MERCERIZED RAJAH 20c. Yd.
$1 to $2 Doz.
BEDSPREADS $1 to $4.50 Ea.
LINEN SUITINGS... 10c. to $1 Yd.
?3.G0 to $0.50 Ea.
4i l RA T7
$15 to $17.50 SUITS now.
$ 0 to $11.50 SUITS now.
$ 5.50 to $7 WOOL PANTS
now ...., 4,75