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RVKNINU IIUM.KTIN. lltJNUMIMJ. T I!., PAJtmOAY, JULY 9. 1910.
STATEMENT OF RESOURCES A
On hand . . . I.1.IJ Hi'.
In hanks 1I.88S.S3
I n li a ii k it a
I ti it c c u I 8'
liiimio ... . 2i,."::.n
Stocks In oIIiit corpora
tlona . . . . 3S,U9.00
Heal estate Ili.i'.OS.V
l."ai:n drni.-ind ami time 1 15,1 19.07
Olllcc furniture ami llx-
Accounts iluc us at In
Asscto other th.iti tliuie
1 specified aloe 2.4 10.20
$385, 160 27
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oahti ss.
I, J. It. Cult, Treasurer of the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, do
solemnly swear that the aboe statement Is true to tho best of my knowl
edge and belief. JOHN II. (1AI.T.
Subscribed and sworn to before iti this 7th day of July, A. II. 1910.
AUTllUlt U SMITH.
Notary Public, first Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii. July 9, n, 13
HENRY WATERijJSEJRuSt CO, LTD.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, l010.
Cash on hand nnd In
Ileal estate 27,lir..2i
Stocks und other Invest
Mortgages secured by
real estate 21.3b7.o0
lxiaiis, demand and tllli6. 2J7, 860, 9t
l'urnlture and fixture),. 4,000.00
Accrued Interest recclv-
,' able ..., 2,2 18. Git
Other assets 239.79
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolujip
I I, A. N. Campbell, Troaturer f lh Henry Watorliouse Trust Co.,
Ltd., do solemnly swear thtl ,ho lnvp statement s truo to the best of
my knowlcdBO and beljsf. ' ' ,. N. CA.MP11EM.
Subscribed ami sworn (o ImfniQ mo this 1st day of July, 1910,
J NO. HUII.D,
Notary I'ubll , I'lrat Judicial Circuit.
468C July 9, 6, is, 30; Aug. , 13.
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P, M., Except Sunday
X-Rays. High Frequency (d'Arsonvalization) Electric Light-Bath,
Electric Four Cell-Bath, Electric SiU3ath, Finscn-LiRht, Therapeutic
Lamp (Violet Rays). Electric Massage (Vibrator): Turkih, Russian, Va
nor. Pine Needle, Nauheim Carbonio Acid and Oxygen or Medicated
Baths; Galvanization. Earadization, Electrolysis (Epilation), Cataphore
tii. Endoscopy, Cauterization, Mechano-Oymnastic, Massage, etc., etc.
O. B. STRAUB. M. D.
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Leave Hawaii Promootion 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.( around
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. in., Pah; 3 p. m around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENOER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions. For further particulars
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners. Olllcc and Oarage, South
i Street. Near King
ND LIABILITIES. JUNE 30, 1010.
Cnpltnl rully p.Hd .up. . . tlOO.ooo.oo
Tinst nRpiiL-y acioimts. . 171,399.30
Undivided pinM 11 1,0(10.97
60 paid In. .. tlOO.000.00
liability '. ... 100,000
tlnilltided prollU 78.C77.4i
Trust and agency no-
couutH ...,..., 300.G48.tO
Other liabilities 390.01
Telephone ! M. H. D0RSSIN
217 Te-hnical Management
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
A tuiko) will succumb to most nnv
(IImmpc, lr Intested with vciuiln, an the
nybU.ni Id hlieady weikclied and they
liaMMi't the Htrensih to resli.t them. If
Koi Red or ovorfed whllu oiiiik. It
c.iukiu a illcHsed liver, which renultH
In bowel trouble mid usually ends In
dentil, or. If the optiltVhould recover,
It nlwRja rcniiln n puny. Htmilcd tur-
kt) and one would much rather it nni
dead. Trukeys while jotins. easily!
contract iIIkoiibu from other fowls. Knrl
this and other seasons they ahou.il not I
. .. . . ... .. ..
ue uneven in run wun omcr poultry,
until tlicy arc older and stiong r.
Nothing keepi n turkcj In good health
so ninth as freu runc. They must
hac fiee range tii grow mid develop.
Wo were unci, nskcil how iinirh fun
range ought a turkey to lmo. Our!
miHwer was that an 80-urrc farm was
J none too much for thein, hometlmcs
they trespass on u neighbor's 80, which
frequently can ics an outbreak of a well
known dlscnHe called bad blood, In
which nun c than the turkeys nio af
fected. In this cube ou probably will
hnp a remedy or jour own All dead
nnlmols, or fowls, should be promptly
burned or deeply bulled, as In nil dead
bodies ptomalno poison develops and
If f.iten b) turkes It causes paralysis
of the nencs or limber neck, us It Is
iisuull) called, for which theic aro
very few rcinedlcs Anj thing that will
stimulate tho nerves will savo them.
It Is probably n well known fact that
n fowl docs not perspire, tho wasto of
tho system In u largo measure being
carried off In tho vapor of tho breath,
which Is far moro rapid than many
would supiioso. Tho heart of n turkey
hpnlH ir,(l tlninu tior niltmln wlilrh
causes a ralld respiration and demands
tnlco tho amount of air. In protiortlon
to Us weight. Thus It will bo clearly
scon how Very great tho demand for
fresh air miring their sleeping hours.
Wo havo sn turkeys that were tnught
to go In tile poultry houso nnd roost
with the chickens, but they wcro not
the strong, healthy turkeys as those
that wcro Allowed to roost In tho open
air, on treed or fonccs, both winter and
summer, l'osslbly they may live, but
wo want tUcm thrifty as well.
The term cholera Is npplled to a dls.
easo which, though it varies In differ
ent parts of tho country, Is every
whoro accompanied by n violent
diarrhoea and Is rapidly fatal. In such
fln outbreak among your turkeys sep
urato tho sick ones from tho well, und
tit once glvo u change of food, which
should bo of the most nutritious char
acter, combined with some stimulant,
ns ginger or rayenuo pepper or a tonic
of Iron put In the drinking water.
Turpentine put In tho drinking water
of ;hu well ones acts ns a disinfectant
and prevents thu dscasu from spread
ing. A continual feeding of corn with tho
lack of grit or cp,nrsu sand, will some
times cause mi outbreak of this trou
ble, which attacks the whole flock In
general. Tho disease appears to bo
epidemic, hut the so-called cholera
vory seldom mukes its appearance. A
subscriber writes that sho has tur
keys that have swollen bonds and
would llko to know If this is a germ
Jfdlsease and how long it will tnko to
stamp It out This disease may bo
caused from germs an there aro very
fnw dlscnMM that do not originate
fioin germs, b.iccllll, or In some mi
crobe forni. and unless It Is fully devel
oped, It can bo slumped out with vory
slmplu remedies. In common words,
this swollen head Is nothing moro or
less than colds, caused mostly from ex
posure, and Is tho first symptom of
roup, oiio of thu most formidable, dls
oases wo havu. If tuken In Its first
stages It Is quite easy to control, but
If allowed to develop Is onu of tho
hardest to contend with At tlrst thuy
begin b) sneezing and their heads
swell. To neglect this trouble at this
stage would rosult In roun In n short
time. The membrane of the air pas
sage, tear tubes and throat becomes
Inflamed and when so much so us to
closo tho air tube, tho discharge bo
comes acrid ami mup Is tho result. To
prevent this. It Is necessary to check
these mucous discharges.
We found that tiirpeuttno rubbed on
their neck nnd head, swabbing tho
throat with tho samo acted as a counter-irritant,
mill worked llko mimic,
demonstrating tho fact that this dls
esso tould bo checked In Its first
stages by u very slinplo remedy.
lu raising turkeys, wu prefer setting
turkey eggs under some motherly hen
whoro brooding; qualities aru assured,
suys u cor,resioudont of thu National
Stockman, Tho turkey hen Is of too
strolling dlsMsltlon, Twenty sovon
days ui v required for Incubation. 'If
thu weather Is warm no especial caro
Is necessary during thu time, thu hen
leaves thu nest to seek food. Tho
best tlmo for hatching' Is May, If It
can b'j managed, especially If thu birds
are nnnteil for tho Thanksgiving mar
ket. Klovuii eggs 'may bnftiy bu glvon
to a large Huffy hen, but nine aru
enough for nn ordinary sized hen.
As soon as tho poults are hatched.
which Is nil .about,, the same tlmo be
ing much moro uniform In this U'spoct
than thicks rnmovo with their moth
er to a new coop If possible. l,ot It bu
warm nnd ruin proof; one with u
southern front Is best, ns It will admit
both euu and air on pleasant dajr". A
Hlnrin door niiiRl bo provided for rnlnv
das If tho coop has been used bo
lure tliuiuughly fumigate uud wulto'iG yearn uud havo uuver lust any
wauli It. Select an elevated, well1
drained place. Confine them flvo days,
when they may be allowed to ?o out
for mi hour or no, but do not allow
them to become tired out. Visit emli
coop nvory cmiiIiik and bcb that ev-
wy chick In covered by the I en -
mnny fntnlltlen arise fiim thin cmimi
the ullly things will chill within ,r
foot of tho hen, mi diirlns Uiu flratl
few daya watch them closely.
DnrliiK the first few weeks Hit"
should bo Ted at least five tlnm .
'.-.. .... ....... ....... ...in i. I
i " u i u t:'u-i ii
clean, using saucers or shallow iIMi.-h
for this purpose. Exchange,
A nootcd breeder says since ho litis
used medicated charcoal for his chlckH1
l"ey ha noer had any tioublp with!
Tho Leghorn has become cry pop
ular becnusc of Its fine lajliiR nunl
Itlcs. It Is n cry light breed, then
foro not being u-ry good for m.i.'ket
purposes. This breed Is known as tho
greatest lajcrs, their eggs being lurgu
Tho chick matures early, being v, ry
hardy, and the pullet starts In laying
when flvo or six months' old, Th.iy
hao yellow legs, and with n rod comb
and tho chicken, of whatever variety
It may bo. Is a pretty bird.
A drawback Is their nervousness
which makes It hard to conflno them.
A frco rnngo Is very much appreci
ated by them nnd they can pick up
half their food when running around.
It Is ery Important to give chicks
and chickens grit and water.
When you havo llccless coops ou
havo dlscnsctcss chickens.
I.awn clippings make fine scratch
material io mix the chickens' food In.
Whitewash Is a very good disinfect
nlit and' it posslblo whitewash your
coops from thrco to four times n year.
When changing your nesting ma
tcrlnl burn tho old strnw.
Picked poultry Points.
Roosters fight when hens uro lajlng.
A cold draft will stop hens laying
as quickly as mi ttylng In the world
sure. '' ' ''
Wo- donV sell ull our eggs. Don't
you think they aro ns good for us to
cat ns for other folks?
If your chicks uro over troubled
with gapes, look after the earth
worms. They nrq the common carriers
of the worms and eggs.
Can't you rnlso u pound of gooso
moat as cheaply ns n pound of pork?
If you linva a piece of wnsto land, wllh
.water In It. why not rnlso geese?
Someone Is advising to muko hen
houses low, says joii can't expect hens
to warm up nil creation with tho
breath from their bodies. It's good
Windows nio good to make tho hen
houses light. Hut thoy are seldom
made tight enough to exclude drnfts of
cold air. If closo to roosts, you run
risks. Practical Karmer.
A cockerel Is a male bird lesa than
u year old.
A cutk Is u male bird over n jear
A pullet Is u female bird less than
a year old.
A hen la n female bird over n year
A yearling Is generally ono counted
us having laid 12 months.
A setting of eggs Is 13, although
many puultrymen havu Increased It to
A broiler Is n bird wolghlng two
pounds or less and rrom six to twelve
wee kb old.
A spring chicken Is a young bird
weighing over two pounds,
' A capon Is the male bird deprived
of Its gcnerutlvo organs for tho pur.
kho of 'Improving thu weight and
delicacy of Its carcass,
A stewing chlckon weighs about
A i ousters weighs four or flvu
A iKinlt Is u turkey In Its Hist jear,
A poiilardo Is a pullet, deprived of
tho powor of pinduclng eggs, with lha
object of grout slzo.
A tilo Is u male und two foinal-s,
A breodlng-pcn Is generally Hindu
up of from six to 14 females and one
Tho male chick Is called n cock the
male gooso n gnder. tho nmlo Juris A
drake, und thu male turkey a tum
Cure For Gapes.
Ono poultry raiser sayB lu the Farm
er's Guide that ho shuts his chicks nf
frcttd with gapes In u box and sifts
llmo uml-sulphur on them. This will
Another poultryman gives this ninth
od: Tuke four or flvo chicks and
placii In.largp candy pull or u common
null keg nnd place uver top 'a plecu of
chocbo cloth. Then sTt u Uhlainu'in
fill of limn In on them Thev will no
r v)U ''oil of flutteilng but jou need
not doctor thorn again. Do not leave
them In lin; nmro than two or ibroo
minutes. I have used this euro for
clilrkctiK from bhics. 1 also tiso llmo
In tlit; drinking water.
Ktirly Imtclirri clilckH form to do bel
ter than Into Inlelrd one.
I'oultry illKt-nkos o'o lunmMy ctsliy
stopprd l( tciiileil to at nn onrl)
HOW TO VOTE
Mlicn Jim roi'che tour bal
lot nt the iillln,r plate m Jul)
20 the day of Hie phhlselh' to
determine ytliether lliivtnll Is t
continue under the bent liquor
law In the Hulled Statu, or be
nflllrtl'd wllh n Uoiillej-miiilc
statute Ihe inllng form will ap
pear US fulllMTSl
To vole iignlnM (he iriincri
Woolley-Timrstoii Inn plare u
cross mark In Hie square oppo
site tlit minis "." mill lis Hit
mil la n eqiiliulciil "loir."
THIS IS A VOTK IN Sin.
I'OIIT HI' TIIK KXISTIM.1
LIQUOR TltAn-'H' CO.NTKOL
LAW, AIOIl.MM'KltKD I.N llAl'II
t'ou.vrv of Tin: rmtiinoitv
iiv a iioaiio or nvi: com-
.MINSIONKHS, AITOINTKD IIV
Tin: covKit.Noit or iiaw.mi.
Is Now at
0UBI0S will be there after the
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
FOE SALE AT ALL BARS
CIOAR NOW 5o
M. A. OIINST &. CO Acents
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
182 MERCHANT STREET
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nttuanu Streets
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ud
Wew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leasee, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT 61
HONOT.Tir.n: PHONE 310
ASSESSMENT NO. Iff
Honolulu Branch ?pf the Harrison
Has been called nnd la DU1C JUNK
lf and OHMNQUKNT on 3VUY IB,
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Niebt Call 1014
SUMMER DAYS AND
Paii Ka Hana
In Garnitures, All-Overs,
Gold, Silver and Pearl
Make Your Picnic
By filling the lunch basket with HEINZ 57 VARIETIES
of Rood things. Full aisortment of HEINZ dainties ust re:
ceived, such as INDIA RELISH. SWEET and DILL PIC
KLES, BAKED BEANS, TOMATO SOUP, TOMATO CAT
SUP, APPLE BUTTER, etc.
AsR Your Grocer For Them
Stocktaking is over and we will
dispose of all Remnants and
Sale Commences Thursday, June 30th V-
WASHABLE LAWNS 10c. Yd.
38in. CHAMBRA7S 10c. Yd.
PRINTED BATISTE.... 12i2e. Yd.
TABLE LINENS 30c. to $1 Yd.
BED SHEETS, nil sizes
7flc. to $1.10 Ea.
INDIA LIN0NS. ..10c. to 30c. Yd.
AUTO VEILS COc. to $3 Ea.
In Ginghams, Silks,
Wmte, Uream, fink, black, blue, Ecru,
etc., from $1 to $7.50 each
$18 to $21 SUITS now. $10.00
$12 to $14.50 SUITS now. . . 10.0D
$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
SEERSUCKER GINOHAMS .10c. Yd.
MADRAS SHIRTINGS 15c. Yd.
MERCERIZED RAJAH .. .20c. Yd.
$1 to $2 Doz.
BEDSPREADS $1 to $4.50 Ea.
LINEN SUITINGS... 10c. to $1 Yd.
$3.50 to $0.50 Ea.
Mulls. Lawns, Nets,
$15 to $17.50 SUITS now. . .$13.50
$ 0 to $11.50 SUITS now. ... 8.00
$.5.D0 to $7 WOOL PANTS
''now fV-.. 4.75
& Co., Ltd