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.EVENINJ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. IT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, lflO.
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Own Story: of His African Hunting Trip
i -ti. AwiifirK
WILL be ready for delivery within a few weeks. Colonel Roose
velt in writing his publishers, Charles Scribners Sons, says:
"I regard this book as a serious thine. I have put my very
Lest into it and I can not consent to have it appear in any but FIRST
In the foreword he writes: "I speak of Africa and golden joys; the
Joy of wandering through lonely lands; the joy of hunting the mighty
nnd terrible lords of the wilderness, the cunninc the wary, the grim,
"Apart from this, yet mingled with it. is the stione attraction of
the silent places ,whcre the wanderer sees the awful glory of sunrise
and sunset in the wide waste spaces of the earth."
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.,
have arranged with Messrs. Charles Scribners Sons, publishers for Col
onel Roosevelt, for the exclusive sale of this book on the Hawaiian Is
lands. The woik will be in one large volume. The "trade" or book store
edition will contain about forty (40) illustrations, selling for four dol
lars. By special arrangement. Brown & Lyon Co. have secured the mag
nificent Subscription Edition
containing nearly TWO HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS from photographs
taken by Kermit Roosevelt and the naturalists of the party these il
lustrations being selected by Colonel Roosevelt himself. Only n limited
number of these, the best edition, could be secured, and those who will
sign the coupon below will be given the following special prices:
CLOTH (200 Illustrations instead of 40) .$4.00
HALF MOROCCO (200 Illustrations instead of 40) 6.75
HALF FIQ SKIN (200 Illustrations instead of 40) 8.00
Subscribers sending check or P. 0. order with order may deduct 6""
from above prices.
, Thoee who find it inconvenient to send cash may '.n
coupon, and pay for the book on delivery.
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD., "'u-fk-r
Honolalu. T. H.
Please send me THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S "AFRICAN
GAME TRAILS,"' bound in
Cloth - $4.00
y2 Morocco $6.75
y2 Pigskin $8.00
Draw a line
DO NOT WANT
Enclosed find $
which is 5 less than above
STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES, JUNE 30, 1010.
On iinmi i::.i.r,
111 bunks .... 14.S8S.83
.1 n hank a
trustee .... 01,880.41
lu n k e n t b'
Slocks In other corpora
Ileal estate 43. COS. 7.
Loans ilvmnnil and tlnm 11.".. 1 1!). 07
Olllce furniture ami llx-
'Accounts duo ns ut In
Assets other than Ihoso
Specified ulioe 3, 110.20
Capital fully paid up. .. $100,000.00
Trnxt UKt'iicy accounts.. 171,399.30
UndMded piolltg 114.0C0.97
Terrltory of Hawaii. Inland of Oahu ss.
I. J. It. (lalt. Treasurer of the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, do
folemnlv Rwear that the nhovo statement Is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief. JOHN II. OALT.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 7th day of July, A. I). 1910.
AKTHUIt 0. SMITH.
Notary Public, Hirst Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii. July 9, 11, 13
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.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
,-:i unh ux i
' The Improved Tungsten Lamp
The trade mark that guarantees the highest standard
of quality in metal filament lamps.
Enuals the STIRLING mark on silverware.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
At the session yesterday afternoon
nearly nil the important work of the
education commissioners was com
pleted and assignments of teachers
Tho Centrnl Primary nnd Central
(I rum mar schools nre centralized,
with Mrs. V. W. Carter as supervisor.
T. II. albson was appointed normal
luspectqr In place of Charles King,
who goes to 'West Hawaii ns super
vising principal. The matter of the
miporlntendoncy of the Hoys' Indus
trial School, which has been held by
Mr. albson, has not been filled,
William McCluskey will bo super
vising principal of Hast Hawaii ana
principal of I'apnlkou school. Mr.
Welts will be principal of Lahalna
school and supervising principal of
Maul and Molokal.
Teachers appointments mndo lato
Maui and Molokal,
Haiku Miss Agnes I'ioper, Hen.
HrlRhtwell, Miss Musle Keakonn.
Kcokea I). Kapohnklmohewn, Mrs.
O. Knpohnktmohcwn, Manuel Cnr-
Kcalahou J. Vincent, Miss I'.llen
Copp. Mrs. J. Vincent,
Mnknwao !'. W. Hardy, Miss
Hose Ciook, Miss May Alalia.
Kaupakaluii W. I. Wells. A. S.
Medelros, Mies M. Medelrps,
llnlchaku Miss It. Kjakona.
Huelo Kdwurd Smythe.
Keauae Abel Ah Vau.
Nahlku J. S. Ah Chong.
liana Mrs. L. O. I'm In, John Me.
delros, Mrs, J. Medelros, Miss Witt
rock, Hnou W. A, Yeats.
Klpahulu W. W. Taylor, Mrs. W.
Kaupo Mrs. L. A. Mnrclel, Miss
Kalae MIss'SI. Fayne.
Knunakakal I). Kiuif!
Kiimalo Mrs, L. Ditdolt.
Kaluaaha Mrs. Win. Auuhii.
Wullun Abel Cathcart, Sluieinr
Hiilawn David Kalaau.
Kalaupapa John T. Unea.
Special; not Included under regu
Lnhalunluna C. A. MacDonnld.
Mrs. M. I. MacDonnld, Samuel Knpu,
Harlan IlobcrtB, Samuel Mooklnl, J.
A, Wilson, Wm, Mnkaenn, A, S, Kan
Haena Mrs, Haunn Alii., ;
llanalel Mrs. E, 11. Hrldgewhter,
MIbs IfJorenco'Doverlll. '
lRJjaueu K. II. Ilrlilgownter, Mrs.
V. M, Hndy, Mrs. M. Yanaglhnra,
Mrs. Josephine Chamberlain.
tsKflolnjl-p-MlBs G. Steward
.'A'nuhotif-ftlrs. jit Oi TVUbey, Cyfir1
Kapaa H. K. Simpson, Mrs. K. K.
Sheldon, Ml) Mary Aline Huddy,
Miss Ilernlce Hundley, Miss Alice
Harper, Miss Amy M, Wong, Mlsn
Annie C. Amana, Miss Hertha C
Hnnamaulu Miss C. A. Mumford,
Miss M. Kills, Miss Iluth S. Zuue,
Miss Lottie Jordan.
Llliue J. II, Alexander, Mrs. Al
exander, Miss Hannah Sheldon, Miss
Daisy Sheldon,' Mrs. Mlunlu Alia,
Mrs. 11. Wedemeyer.
Hulola Mra. K. Kalawe,
Koloa J. Hush, Mrs. II. Illako.
Mrs, K. Knulill, Miss Kllen Kalawe,
Toll II J. I'avan,
Kalutico Miss Margaret McCly-
monl. Miss Angcllne Sllvu, Miss Lee
Hnnapepe II. II. Ilrodlc, Miss
Mabel Hastle, Miss Janet Hastte, Ma
rlon Hastle, Mrs. I). I.joiih, Miss
Mnkawell Miss Cameron,
Ktta Lee, Miss Iturbavii Lee.
Wnlmea Miss C. Stewart, MIbbJ
M, Moorehead, M's K. Shaw,. Miss
Lucy Wright, C. D. Mllllkcn, Miss
Kcknhn Mrs. Hndgo, Miss Holla
Mejdell, Miss Mary Kong.
Muna D. Prlggle.
Nlihnu Edward Knhale.
THHEE TWINS .MUSIC.
No one should 'iiiIsh hearing the
mimic Introduced in the "Three
Twins" nt tlio Now Orplieum tonight.
Thero uro some liiimbcrR exceptional
ly pretty. Miss Itockwell has a med
ley of old southern songs that strikes'
home, nnd Olga Steck sings "Tho
Ideal of My Dreams," it song that has
never been heard here, ery nrtlatlc
nlly. After hearing her work In light
soubrette songs this seutlmouUil ef
fort Is u pleasing Rurprlse. Miss At
kins tins n very good number, "Fish
ing," in which hIiu uses clever facial
expressions which ndd much to the
succeKH of the song. Miss Schuyler,
Cnrlcton Chase and Miss Vllmu Steele
have Homo clever songs, mid the work
of tho comedlnns Is excellent.
"Standing Itoom Only" Is tho sign
out curly ut tho l'ark theso nights.
Htlif May and Clias. Gardner uro the
leading attractions but Carl .Wullner
gets his sharo of tho upplause. Tho
Desmond sisters liavo some very pret
ty dances nnd Thompson nnd Gibson
contribute to the entertainment. With
all these numbers tho l'ark Is getting
to bo a prominent vaudeville house In
stead of u moling picture house.
Orton and Lcotu continue to please
at tho Novelty Theater and tho Alms,
which aro remarkable for their clear
ness, nre of the host. Orton and Leota
have some new songs tonight and the
piano playing of Mr. Orton la one of
the beBt features of tho program.
THE K.MPIIIK. ,
Milliliter Overend Is very well
pleused with tho success of his Vest
Pocket Musical Trio. Tho liouso has
been lllled ovory night and ropoated
encores attest tho success of tho art
Uts, Ills new films aro very, good.
Tho following, wireless inessngo has
been lecclvcd "by' thd'agehts from the
S. 8. Sierra:
"S. S, Sierra, At Sea, July 12, 1910,
8 p. in. 1224 miles from light-ship.
Moderate N. K. winds, moderate sea,
cloudy weather. All noil. liar.,
30 31, air, C8.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FRANCISCO HAY KNTIIANCU.
Notice Is hereby gUeu that San
Finnclbco Light-Vessel No. 70 was io
placed on her stntlou Juno 30, and
It'llef Light-Vessel No. 70 wns then
wllhilruwn. No changes has been
iiiailn In the chainctorlstlcs of tho
lights or fog-signals of Llght-Vosscl
MANY CALL TO
The remains of the lata C cor go C
Decklcy, who died in San Francisco on
July 4, nnd were brought to this city
on the Wllhclmlnn, were taken to tho
family resldenco luit evening nnd
placed In tho parlor amid tho hun
dreds of beautiful llorul tributes that
had prclously been sent to tho home.
Members of tho various lodges to
which tho deceased had belonged dur
ing life, kept watch und ward during
last night, und all day today tho liouso
hns been open fur the reception of
friends who wished to pay their re
spects to tho depurtcd.
There will bo u private service at
the family home at 2 o'clock, nnd ut 3
o'clock thero will bo services nt tho
Masonic Temple under tho auspices of
tjist evening tho old Kawnlliau Club
srrennded tho home, singing Kuu Ipo
Kuu Lol, composed by Mrs. 'lucUley,
with flute solo by F. Malulanl Decklcy,
nnd AM Wela, composed by Mrs.
Ileckley, nnd other appropriate selec
tions. Under tho old monarchical system,
tho lute Oeorgo C Decklcy ranked as
a high chief, und he will bo accorded
tho honors of his rank by lluwallans.
Among those who visited the Ileckley
homo yestorduy wcro Quoon Lllluokn
Innl nnd Princess ICnwnnnnnkou.
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CASTOR I A
For Infants and Ohildren.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TOOTH BRUSHES SHAVING BRUSHES
Never Lose a Single Bristle
The Tcoth Paste With Flavor and Quality
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
W. C. Peacock & Company, Limited.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Ltd., held ut the olllce of the corpor
ation on Friday, July 8, 1910, tho
following officers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year: i
It. J. Duchly President
E. II. AiuAln ...Vice-President
Geo. J, O'Ncll Secretary
T If T"irnn innti il Taai.iihp
a' A. Btoblo. . . . .'.'.'.'.'..'.'. .Auditor CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M, to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
Tho above officers constitute
board of directors.
,. ihu CIEO. J. O'NEIL,
Secretary, W, C.(Pevock & Co., Ltd,
X-Rays, High Frequency fd'Arscnvalization). Electric Light-Bath,
Electric Four-CelltBath. Electric SitsBath. Firtsen-Lieht. Theranentic
iLamp (Violet Rays), Electrio Massage (Vibrator) j Turkish, Russian, Va
,por, Pine Needle, Nauheim Carbonio Acid and Oxygen or Medicated s
Baths j Galvanitation, Earadization, Electrolysis (Epilation), Cataphore-
sis, Endoscopy, Cauteritation, Mechano-Qymnastic, Massage, eto., etc.
Sealed Tenders will bo received at
the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 o'clock noon
of Monday, July 25, 1910, for fur
nishing the Honolulu Water Works
with 7S0 feet of 18-Inch steel pipe
with iiist Iron fittings, in accord
ance with plans on tile In the De
pat tment of Public Woiks,
The SuporlntoinTeirt" "oT" TabHc
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, July 12, 1910.
Q. B. STRAUB, M. D.
I M. Il D0RSSIN
We want you to see our new store, and in order to in
duce you to do so, we are offering LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS.
NIGHTGOWNS and .PETTICOATS from $1.80 up. Only
one of each kind. --. . t. ..
Also FANCY C0RSET.C0VERS, 25c. apiece.
The Yat Hing Store
HOTEL BETWEEN BETHEL AND FORT STREETS
A'U A,.S '.
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