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EVENING BULLBTIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. SATURDAY. JULY 9, 1910.
STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES, JUNE 30, 1010.
Cash ' ':
On liaiul . . . $13,193 flf.
In banks 11.888.83
In hank an
trustee .... I'll, 880. 41
I n n n e n t b'
hninUi... . 24.083.13
Stocks In other corpora
Heal eitate 13,008.'.
Loans 'demand ntiil tlini 11fi,44!M7
OHlse furniture and fix
ArcouiilB ltie us nt In
Assets utlmr than those
specified nlinvu 2,440.20
Cnjiltnl fully paid up. .. $100,000.00
Trust agency ucounls. . 171,399.30
Undivided pinnto ...'... 114.0C0.97
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'UtaK i p, i. .. ,
U. S. AUXILIARY
ARRIVES IN PORT
Territory of llnwall. Inland of Oaliu its.
I. J. It. (lalt, Treasurer f the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, do
rolpiimly awenr that the uhove statement'! true In the heat nf my knowl
edge n nil belief. JOHN It. dALT.
Subscribed and sworn to before luu this 7th day of July,. A. I). 1910.
AltTllt'H (. SMITH,
Notary Public, r'lttt .ludlrliil Circuit.
Territory oL Hjtwnll. July 9. 11. 13
Report of Resources and Liabilities
Claus Sprockets & Co., Bankers
Dfposlta '. .$1,C3S,C32 S8
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS. JUNE 30TH. 1010
Lnaim, Discounts and
Overdraft $1,09.1,080 20
Honds 141,278 00
Due from Haulm 139,701 42
j Cash 255,900 90
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oaliu.
I, K. I. Spalding, cashier Of IlieUulik of Claus Spreckels & Co., do
solemnly swear thnt the above statement Is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belter. L I. SI'ALDING, Cashier.
Suliscrlbod ami sworn to before me this iltli day of July, 1910,
JIKNIIY C. HAPAI,
Notary Public, first Judicial Circuit. - '
46C3 Juy C. 8. 11.
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 (rJ'Ancnvalization). Electric Light-Bath,
Electric Four.Cell.Bath. Electrio 'SHtJ3ath, Finsen-Light, Therapeutio
Lamp (Violet Rayi), Electric Massage (Vibrator); Turkish, Russian, Va
nor. Fine Needle, Nauheim Carbonic Acid arid Oxygen or Medicated
Baths; Galvanization, Earadization, Electrolysis (Epilation), Cataphore
sis, Endoscopy, Cauterization, Mechano-Gymnastic, Massage, etc., etc.
O. B. STRAUB, M. D. Telephone
Medical Management 237
I M. H. D0RSSIN
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
rHead breeze forever more.
.. . Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
'CoKHnUeo fromPaael) i ,
"Vnls 'will1 be of "'great nsslatnnre.
Sir' It. Will' ieriable the Commltteo to
Inn itliea'd ilnd to know huw much
Of 'the 'Tower cllli bo Included In tho
spcclllcntlons for which tenders lire
shortly bo Invited. It is hoped that
this will cover the cellar chamber for'
the organ bellows; the Vestry ltoom
for the Clergy of tho Cathedral; nbovo
that, tho room for safe keeping of
Diocesan llecords and Archives; and
llnnlly n tlilry story room."
In addition to the amount nlremly
suliJRi'lhed it Is estimated thiit $,r00
will be necessary to finally complete,
tin tower on the plans laid out.
The first purt of the work wlijcii In
to tin dona now tnkes tho tower us
high ns the tlrst stage of the belfry and
lliout on u level with the crotfti on
II ii Cu'.hcdral.
' I ly il:o time this work Is compleR-d
It Is hoped by tho committee wni:!i
has the matter in charge that addition
al Money will be nvdllable to rum
idojo the tower This, money will i.ot
bo ni'C'iled for Vlx months and iv.t.'iln
that lime responses from tho sci.oud
nppeul nre looked for, whlcji a .'I
lii'iiiS in the necessnry $8,500.
If the work run be carried on to
toi.ititt-tlon It will obvlato ill.) nnces
slty of reopenln$ the quar.y, which
will bo a const-Jumble expean?.
Through the Kindness of tho Oa.np
lio'l Instate and Oaliu Itiil'rotd &
ljinil Company tho cost of tlu tiw-ir
runlructlon has been reduojd, and
Ka I'lantatlon bat. also 1-ulpol n
Through tho two former It Is pos
sible to get the stone from the quarry
free and Kwn I'lantntlon Is ohitrglng
only bare cost for theloan of hauling
facilities to tho committee.
It is to be understood that this me
morial to the late Mrs. Mackintosh Is
a community ufTuIr rather than strict
ly a church one. Tho' committee In
charge of It Is compose! of St.An
drow's men and those who do not be
long to that congregation and the re
sponse to tho appea for funds Is
looked for from all citizens of Hono
lulu In order that tho memorial may
be n truly community offering.
Tho commltteo In charge of raising
tho fund consists of T. Clivo Ravles,
chairman; S. M, Damon, treasurer,
und O. I'. Denlson, . L. C. Atkinson
und I), 1'. It. Isenbcrg.
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. 7
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m.. around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENOER, $1
Cars can Jbo hired for speoial occasions. For further particulars
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon-Co., Owners. Office and Garage, South
. Street. Near Kinir
KINDS OF PARENTS
NEW YOIIK, June 20. A public
meeting of the Kindergarten Moth,
ers' Club of l'ubllc School 139, Cor
telyou road nnd East Thirteenth
street, Klntbush, was held last night
In the assembly room of the school
building. Tho meeting was largely
Dr. Hubert Ives, chairman of the
local school board, presided, at the
request of Mrs. Claude L. Wheeler,
(president of the club, and Intro
duced as the tlrst speaker of the
evening Dr. K. II, Hartley of the
1-ong Isluud College Hospital,
Dr. Ilartloy spoke on "The Child
nnd Us Parents." Ho tod of the
different dispositions of' children',
dwelling at length on the nervous
He told of the different methods
of controlling children, speaking of
three different kinds of parents. Tho
first, he said, would be severe, nus
tore, rigid parents, who would never
relent, und ruled by tear and trem
bling, which produced nervous
wrecks of children.
Then there are the opposite, par
ents who think a child should never
be whipped or punished; who can
not bear to hear a child cry, and
,tho result of this Is that these, chll
'dren, who find out there's no whip
ping or punishment coming, learn
that Ifsthoy porslst or fall down on
the floor uud hold their breath will
got their own way, and they be
Again, said tho speaker, there Is
the careless mother, who seldom sees
her children and leaves them to the
enr of a governess, or a nurse, and
these:'efimctlmeB "frighten the chll
'dren Irito doing -what they want them
to do,. 'with the result that tho chil
dren Uebdmo- highly strung.- ,.
CCtilHlUUfg. IDH.U Hartley said the
training of children should be even
ly consistent; 'parents should .'be
kind, but llrm;i thathe.biuiluea!! of
a child is pUy'.'nml'tliatUWfij de
velops a child as readily an free
out-of-doors play. He declared among
other things a child's character Is
formed at five years of age. He spoke
of the kindergarten work and said
he did not think a child should enter
the kindergarten tll It reaches the
ago of live years. The speaker con
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
work Incorporated In the rohRtrW
tlon of the Prometheus (o start or
maintain a rcspcrtablo lion firo. Stud
nnd brnns figure largely In thoinnlo
rial, lined In the building of tho naval
Tho Prometheus was built for tho
transportation of coal as well ns pay
nihstcr supplies. To adequately ban.
dlo large quantities of coal the vessel
Is fitted with twenty-four cargo booms
and tho clam-shell bucket system Is In
vogue, on tho vessel. This -method
has proven far moro expeditious than
the old way wlmroln crtal Is shoveled
Into buckets nnd then hoisted by
winches from tho hold and shifted to
tho lighter or tho decks of another
Cnptnln fleorgo Worley, Chief Offi
cer W, K. Kclton nnd nine officers nnd
clghty-mcn Include the compliment
who find a berth on the collier.
Other officers connected with tho
shlp'nro Second Offlce'r K. C. Coffee,
Chief Engineer Mclvln Crisp nnd his
two assistants, Messrs. Wadltzltch nnd
' Whllo no wireless nt present adorns
tho, steel masts of the Prometheus,
a system Is lo ho Installed on tho col
lier upon tho nrrlvnl of the vosol L nt
Mate Island. (
Tho Prometheus measures 485 feet
In length, has n breadth of CO feet
nnd a dciith of 28 feet. Sho Is In
every way n sister ship to tho Nnval
Auxiliary Vestnl, which was built at
the Ilrooklyn navy yard.
Doublo nctlng windlasses nBstst In
speedy removal of coal as well as
stores. 8ho has a superb system of
vcntllntlon nnd the quarters of crew
ns well ns officers arc cool and in
viting. Two fine steam launches aw carrle.1
on tho upper deck of tho vessel.
There- Is n wealth of brass work on
tho ship. Her pilot house In luillt
solely of this metal but the groatcr
portion of ' this superstructure has
been painted over.
Tho dull grey of the United States
navy prevndes the Prometheus' every
where. She steamed Into the harbor
i this morning arrayed In all hor war
In tho fitting out of officers qunr
tcrs, nil, money or pains have evident
ly been spared, 'to make tho home, of
tho men as jilcasant ai possible; The
cabins occupied by tho Btaft of offi
cers aro provided with large desks,
swlveled olllce. chairs, large and Invit
ing Morris chairs, filing cabinets and
typewriter icsks. Several officers oc
cupy suits, ran room being used ns
an office, tho Jtliur Intended for their
personal habitation. The latest appli
ances for sanitation and health nre
incorporated, ri ,Uie fitting out of the
Large nnd luxurious leather covorcd
lounges are found about tho vessel.
A refrigerating plant with a capacity
for a largo output of Ice per day
addB materially to tho comfort of offi
cers and men.
With the exception of a few Japa
nese ami Chinese employed in tho
galley and mess rooms, tho Prome
theus Is manned by a whlto .crew.
In tho spacious hold of thf vessel
Is nearly slxty-flvo' hundred tons of
Pocuhontni),, coal. This fuel will not
bo left ho.ro but' is to be taken tu
There Is ample room It nho wldp
ruuwuys of tho collier to provide
sleeping quarters for1 at least a thou
hand men should 'an occasion over
arise that tho vessol needs bo press
ed Into Instant servlco as n trans
port at well ns supply ship.
Tho Prometheus Is expected will ho,
ready to sail for tho Sound with tho
Chattanooga within ten days. It Is
tho present Intention to employ tho
ordinary bridle goar In attaching the
lines of the disabled cruiser. The
Prometheus has no special towing
gear hut hns a wealth of steel cablo
the largest bolng five Inches In dlame
HOUSE COMES. DOWN
According to Itobert Clark, the
owner of' .trio house that fell oh him
last Saturday, ho hnd nothing to do
with the mutter beyond getting
squeezed a little. It nppears from
Clark's Bt'ory that ho had' let a con
tract for tho erecting of the build
l):g to a Chinese, nnd ob tho latter
was "Jaqklng'' up the, house too high,
the owner crept underneath to nnvef
a look at things,-
. i i
T,o, Lydia E. Pinklmm's
llocklantl, Jlalno. "I was troubled
for along time with pains in my back
and side, and was miserable In oveiy
way. i doctored
until I wus dis
couraged, n ti J
thought I should
never get well. I
read n testimonial
nbout 1.)illu K.
ble Compound, and
thought I would
try it. After tnk.
Inj? three bottles I
was cured, and
never felt so well
In all my life. 1 recommend Ljilln K.
I'lnklmm's Vegetable Compound to all
my friends." Airs. Wn.i, Voitno, a
Columbia Avenue, Hock laud, Alt).
Backache Is a symptom of female
weakness or derangement. If you
have backache, don't neglect It. To
get permanent relief you must reach
ilia root of tho trouble. Nothing we
lenowof will do this so'safoly'and surely
as Lydlu. K. I'lnkham's Vegetable. Com
pound. Cure tho cause uf these ills.
Iresslng aches und pains and you will
become wit I and strong. I
me great volume or unsolicited
WHITNEY & MARSH, I d,
In Garnitures, All-Overs,
Gold, Silver arid Peairl
and herbs, has restored health to thou
sands of women.
Mrs. lMiiklmiu, of I.ynn, BInss., '
iuvltcs nil nick Moiiicu lo write
licr for ml vice. Slic lins guided
tliou.suiids to health frco of
The Royal Academy of Dancinc
will hold its first quarterly dance on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4, '
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall.'
O00D MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
Is Now at
CURIOS will be there after the
.Then the building came down' on
litm'faridjWiV Mfef tfndftj friend
qulekl.j ran ti' iiU assistance and
puiiea mm out,
Now there Is a row over the mat
ter, for1 Clark, who Is a Japanese, de
clares It is up to the Chinese con
tractor to net the house up agan,
The Chinese, however, wants iiiore
mone'v lo do-the lob over again.
cluiiod by telling parents to teach , Clark says tho contractor Is up
their children to respect truth, not
to scare them Into obedience and to
have love for others,
llrlef, Interesting addresses .were
also made by Oeu, Horatio C. King!
and the Itev. A. W. II. Hodder, pas.
tor of the Ilaptlst church of the lie,
deemer, of I'latbuuh,
against It, ds he brought the build
ing down by trying to J'uclc It up too
"Do you think, doctor, that science
will ever be 'able to revive the dead?"
"Not any of my pntlents."-Houston
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Cream Pure Rye
L 0 V E J 0 Y- A N'D 0 0.
Make Your Picnic
By filUng the lunch' basket with .HEINZ 57 VARIETIEB
of Rood things.. Full assortment, of HEINZ dainties just re- !
V ' ceiyed,':'such as INDIA RELISH.. SWEET and DILL pic
''KLES, BAKEDS BEAN3; TOMATO SOUP, TOMATO CAT- ?
SUP, APPLE BUTTER, etc. ' V
Ask Your Grocer For Them
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
CIGAR NOW 5o
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4ew York; NOTARY PUBLIUj
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drewi
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for thi
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'' .ASSESSMENT vNO.r 19j v
f!ohJu ffiranili, iffuie Ifniiisbn
?ilagbeen called and Is" DUR JUNK
15 und DEL1NQUKNT on JUI..Y 16.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and. Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANEi 'OPPOSITE''
fhone 170 Nieht Call 1014
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. Then are the telephone
numbers of the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin .Editorial Room Phone 185
Stocktaking is ovei; and we will
dispose of all Remnants and,
Sale; Commences Thursday, June 30th
WASHABLE LAWNS lOo. Yd.
38in. CHAMBRAYS lOo. Yd.
FEINTED BATISTE.... 121aC. Yd.
TABLE LINENS. . i . .30c. to $1 Yd.
BED SHEETS, all sizes
75c 'to $1.10 Ea.
INDIA LIN0NS....10c. to 30c. Yd.
AUTO VEILS GOc. to $5 Ea.
SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS .10o. Yd.
MADRAS SHIRTINGS.!.... lflo, Yf
MERCERIZED RAJAH 20o. Yd.
ALL-LINEN NAPKINS i
$1 to (2 Do.
BEDSPREADS $1 to $4.50 Ea.
LINEN SUITINGS... 10c. to $1 Y1.
$3.50 to $6,50 Ea.
In Ginghams, Silks, Mulls. Lawns, Nets,
White, Cream, Pink, Black, Blue, Ecru,
eic, irom $1 to $y.bU each
$18 to $21 SUITS now, .,...$10.00
$12 to $14.50 SUITS now. y . 10.00
$10 to $12 PANAMAS now. . 7.50
$15 to $17.50 SUITS now. .7.$13.50
$ 0 to $11.50 SUITS now. ... 8.00
$ 5.50 to
. now .
WOOL PANTS . .
A new line of PATTERN-HATS just
received and now on display
I Get Ready for the Fourth of July
"1' i '.7i'
L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd