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EVEN1N0 HULLETIN, HONOLULU, T 1!.. MONDAY, AUG. 22, 1910.
This car will add new luster to
an honorable name
THE most valuable asset the Cadillac Company possesses is its
good name a good name which is not merely the result of
popular caprice, but has been earned by what the car has
done and what It has been.
For 1011. therefore, our first thoucht our one and onlv thoucht
in fact has been to satisfy that widespread and implicit confidence
which always expects the exceptional from a Cadillac.
You arc receiving now, we verily believe, the most advanced tvnc
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Touring Car, Doml-Tonncnu and Roadster (l'ouio $22.10, Limousine
$.1000) Prices Incluito the following equipment' Hosch magneto and Delco
sjstcm, ntin pair gas lamps and generator. One pntr sldo oil lamps and
tall lamp, one horn and net or tools, pump ami repair kit for tires (ID mile
season and trip Standard speedometer, Robo mil, full foot roll In ton
ncau ntid half foot rail In front Tire holders,
BY V. L.
ast game t of, series
WON BY THE VISITORS
Nipponese Leave for Japan Tomor
row on Tenyo Mam Team
Won Eleven Out of Twenty
SI'OHTS Stove lid Wascdas win
Yesterday at tho Athletic 1'ark the
Wnseda baseball nine played the last
g.11110 of their Honolulu scries, and
succeeded In beating the Marines b
a score of 1 to 2. There was u big
crowd present and the send-off that
tho Nipponese got was. a good one
The Waseilas played twcnty-fpui
games In Hawaii, and of that numbor
won'cleVeh games nnd lost thirteen
Tho l(ttle .men from Japan, created a
fnorhtf liapressloii, wlietjcver fh
went, nnd they played good ball, too
Tho Wasedas will leavo on tho Ten
yo Maru tomorrow morning, and It
goes without saying that they will
have n grand scnd-oll from ' the!
countrymen. The visitors hae been
entertained and feted In every poj
Bible way, and they all seem to haru
bad a good time,
The gamo yesterday wrfs Med lit the
end of tho seventh Inning, and rim- h
excitement was shown when the
eighth Inning yielded no runs. How
mcr. In tho flist half of tho ninth,
the Wascdas mado two runs and that
was enough to win as tho Marines
could do nothing In their last spasm
Ynmnwikl, who usually does all the
catching or the Wasedas, was not
on deck as he had left for tho Coast
Ills placo wns taken by Mutsuda, and
lift held tho Job down well. Ol, the
gtaut of tho learn, did the twlrllnr.,
and ho ulto scored two run, This
man Is the best alliound player of the
biinth, ui.d he Is equally as goo I us
p(t;h,er, first busomiin or away out In
Gibson nnd Sinclair formed the bat
tery for the Marines and they Old as
well Hi thev loiild. lack Coll, who U
to box Joo McGurn next Saturday, was
. K'lond, and ho dlif-'good worH
D.ivls. at tlrni, uccouht'd1fpr, elcop
men, but ho had 'ttti'v'C ti'rors ro,g
ictored ugalnst hlm.V. SIorp.,nnd Gib-t-on
mado tho two ipins.'tlial wr,-
scored by tho Marines. Tho oflklal
scorn Nn8 us follows:
1234 G 6789
'nuns 0 1 0000 1 0 24
D, II 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 3 ti
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0
nuna 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
IJ, II 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 03
Summary Two-buse hits, Isedu, Ol,
Konomura; jiacrlflco hits, Kukaborl 2,
Ognwn, Williams; loft on bases, Wa
soda 7, Marines 3; first base on er
lors, Wnseda .'I, Marines 3; double
play, Sinclair to Slurp to (llhsou:
struck out, by Gibson II, by 01 6;
buses on called balls, off Gibson (, off
- Young Co., Ltd.,
Ol 3; pitssed balls, Matsudn '.', Sin
clair 2. Umpires, Durr and Desha.
Scorer, Huposo. Time of game, 1 lir.
NEW HUES Mwi
Harvester Travelsi Mile in 2:0ilA
and 2:03'4 at Cleveland Meet
1 Cleveland, O., Aug. 13. Another
world's record was 'broken at tho
grand circuit races at North Randall
park (oil ay. The Harvester, driven
by Kd Oeers, won the two bouts of
tho 2:0C trot In 2:04U and 2:03VS, re
spectively, making tho two fastest
heats ever trotted In a rnro by u
jtnlllnn. Incidentally, Tho llurvester
clipped one second oil his own record,
equaled tho stallion trotting record
made by Crcsccus at tho Ilrighton
lleach truck In 1902, and set a now
murk for 3-year-old trotting stallions
in a rneo In tho second heat.
Tho stallion had such a big leud
ocr Sonoma Girl; Wilkes Heart and
Oro that Gcera, dhlnot..oxphd "him In
Acting on Instructions from oy-.
ernqr llnrmiln, Sheriff A. J. Hlrstius
and a corps of deputies raided Mitt bet
ting shed shortly after tho races bc
;im. As far as making, arrests were
concerned, the rnld was Ineffective,
-is tho 'tip had been given nnd tho
bookies had disappeared, Hundreds
of others, however, had not been
warned md the f sheriff found them
standing pnllcnW'in Jlong lines' bp
fore tho betting stands. Protesting
bitterly they woro hustled out of tho
shed. A number of tjicse disappoint
ed bettors spent a fruitless evening
hunting for tho bookies with whom
they had mado their wagers.
2:12 pace, J1200, 3 In 5 Peter Pan
won, Colonel Forest second, Sunny
Jim third. Dcst tlmo, 2:05,.
2:06 trot, n sweepstake, $1000 add
ed, 2 In 3 Tho Ilnrvostcr won, Sono
ma (llrl second, Wilkes Hcurt third.
Dcst time, 2:03i.
Kree for all pace, sweopstakes, $600
added, 2 In 3. Itosa K won, Darkoy
Hal second, Alleen Wilson third. Heat
time, 2:02. ' .
2:17 trot, purse $11)00, 3 in 5, con
cluded from yesterduy Dovell won,
nutterbrook second, Pearl Paulno
third. Ilest tlmo, 2.l0.
2-10 Vrot; purso $1000, 2 In 3 Ite
morscful won, Mlsa Durytono second,
Alblu tlili'd! Best time, 210894,
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" DOTS AND DASHES,
Yesterday, at Camp Very, tho Com
pany D team defeated tho II lads by
a scorn of 7 lo 6, and the gamo wns
a closo one. If tho I) outfit had won,
they would hao lied with tho C nlno
for the honors of tho hccuiiiI tsorles.
The Myrtlo and Healuul lo.Utlubij
aio tiululng hard for the icgattu
which Is to tome off 011 September
1C, and Home good rates are Mire to
The Alea baseball nlno defeated tho
WnlpahiiH by a hcorti of 10 to 1 yes
terday, and Ihero was much interest
taken In tho game.
On what was considered
Cylinder liore Increased from 4 V4 In
dies to i'b Inehes. This, with more
elllflont cnrlmrctor, (Hchiblcr)
which Is water-Jacketed, cllcets 11
material Increase In power, l'lston
atrokc, 4 ',4 Inches.
The four cylinders nro caso singly,
with copper Jackets applied, retain
ing the cxclusUo Cadillac features
Wheel base Increased from 110 to 110
Inches, making the car easier Hint,
Double drop frame, 2 ',4 In drop, which
makes car set lower, and this with
the larger hood nnd more, roomy
tonneau greatly Improves the ap
pearance. I.AIKIi: ItAIIIATOII.
The radiator Ib slightly larger, heneo
has greater cooUng cnpaclty. This
Is notwithstanding tho fact that the
Cadillac wns noier deficient In that
respect. . ,
Full floating type. Tlmkcn roller
hearing rear axle. This Is the Batno
CADILLAC MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, MICHIGAN
Licensed under Scldcn Patent
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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Since the designation nnd organiza
tion of the Twentieth Infantry In Sep
tember 189(1 It has travelled vastly
and moved from pout to post over tho
I'nltcd States, leaving Fort leaven
worh,t Kansas, In April 1898, proceed
ed to Cuba, whero It took active part
In tho Spatiinli American War. Then
again In April 1900 tho Twentieth,
while stationed at tho Presidio of
Monterey did axtcnslvo rcscuo and
sanitary work during tho Sun Fran
cisco earthquake, fighting fire, pro
tecting property, lending nld to rcfu
grees and rescuing iboso who had al
ready fallen In tho wreck, but Micro
seems to bo moro excitement and
''talk" nt the present tlmo than nt any
moment during those heroic dnys of
Four years ngo noxt Juno M10 Sec
ond llattallon snllod Into, Honolulu
Hay aboard tho transport Crook and
for tho first time set foot upon Ha
waiian soil. Since that time It Ipis
been a permanent fixture, at Fprt
Shatter. Two years ngo next June
tho first nnd third Ilnttallons passed
by way of Honolulu to stations in tho
Philippines. Regulations stato a Mint
no outfit shall spend moro than two
years In foreign .service nnd so this
accounts for the excitement nt the
Post Tho rest of tho regiment will
return In n fow months to the States
nnd so, no doubt, this battalion will
Join them. It hus been "noised" about
that the entire regiment will go to-
gelher to Foit Douglas near Sail Uiko
City, Utah, and whllo this Is still .1
question. man) of I he nicn.nnd officers
feel confident that ti.ls will bo tho
. OLD LEAGUE dEiOUKDS
Safnts Beat Guards After Close Game
Army Nine Too Good for Pp.
Jiahous Close Games Flayed.
On Saturday nlternJn nt the
Icaguo grounds two good games of
ImBeball wero plajed, and the ro.
suits wero that 'tho St. 1 .011 Is team
boat the N. G. II. nlno by a scoro of
S to 4, and the All-Military bunch
defeated the Punnhous by G points
Thero was u fulr-slzod crowd pres
ont, and much Inteiest was taken
In the play of all tho teams. Tho
Saints mnilo two runs In their first,
two In the second and ono in the
fourth, uud that was all tho Bcoring
they did, The Guards responded
with one In their second, two In tho
fifth ami ono In tho ninth. It was
a close game, and tho batteries of
both sides did well.
The other gamo was not qulto so
closo as fur as stoiO went, hut It
was a good exciting strugglo all tho
same. The army lads piled upthieo
runs in their first Inning, and then
did nothing till the fourth, when
they mado ono. Their next sinre
was in the sevonth, when they add
ed one moro tally, and that was all
they could do. Tho Punnhous bcor
ed In their seiond and fifth, and the
guine ended In u win for the army
by G lo 2c
The olll.ial iores were
N. G. 11.
St Louis ....
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Three-hnso hit, K
hits, Williams. S.
May. II. Chilling-
wuith, Thompson, O'Sulllvau; double
a perfect Car in the
nxlo as used on a number of Amer
ica's highest priced ears.
MIMIDII IIHAKi: DRUMS.
More powerful drakes, more easily np
Piled and greatly Increased cfflcl'
ency. Continctliig and expanding
double acting brakes, both equal
itcd. THO IIIMTIOX SYSTEMS.
Two-completo and Independent Igni
tion systems, each with Its own net
of spark plugs. Tho two Ignition
systems consist of llosch high tens
ion maencto nnd tho now nnd Im
proved Dclco system with single
unit coll, high tension distributor
nnd controlling relay. Lithcr ays
tctn alone Is efficient for operating
All electrical wiring enclosed In cop
OOITKII MAM FOLDS.
Copper manifolds nro used for water
Inlets nnd outlets In tho circulating
Catch may he removed In n very few
minutes without disturbing other
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A letter recently from ono of tho
men of Ihn Twentieth in tho Philip
pines stales, "that ho Is under tho Im
pression Mint tho outfit will go to Mad
ison Ilarrncks, near Now York City."
After spending four years at Mils
post U seems like home lo tho men of
this cnmmnnd but to return to tho
"mother country" will be enthusiastic
ally enjoyed by all, Whllo tho men of
tho post npprcclato tho hospltullty and
good wll of tho people of Honolulu
still ''there Is no placo like home" and
so. let It bo hoped Mint when tho Twen
tieth docs leavo Honolulu, the con
stltucpcy of Gocrnor Frcar will not
bo huppy to sob them leave, for worse
may take their places,
Tho ' Fifth Cavalry polo ponies,
which are taking an actlvo part In
the Inter-Jslnnd scries Of polo, are be
ing cared for t tho corral at this
post. Tho ponies nro cxercuscd each
day on the field back of tho target
ringa and show fine condition.
Woodruff In llntpllal.
Corporal Woodruff tho stnr basket
ball player, is still In tho hospital but
It Is hoped that he will be out and
around again soon to tuko part in tho
sports in which ho is such un enthus
M'W OHDXA.M'i: siiiti:iioi;sK.
The new ordnnnco storo-houso will
soon bo finished nnd this will prob
ably inenn that Post No. 4 will become
abandoned. No. 4 post runs by path
through tho "sticks" about 11 quarter
of a mllo from tho post and Is rather
loneaomo except for mosquitoes, To
abandon Mils post' will inenn n con
sidcrnblo chaugo In giiardmountlng,
ion ,11 coirav
Six Men Win Clubs for Frizes in
Two-Ball Foursome Many Vis
Golfers had a good tlmo at the
Country Club yosterday afternoon
when tho two-ball foursome wns
plnyed off, and tho winners turned out
to bo ns follows: 13. O. White and II,
A. Jordan, W. Woon and C. P. Morse,
A. S. Judd und J. J. Ilelser. Kach of
the winners got a golf club apiece us
Tho matches wont as follows: White
and Jordnn beat llalstead and Major
Ixing by four up. Woon and Morso
beat Sinclair and Rockwell by three
tii, and two lo play, Judd .and Reiser
beat Klebnhn und A. I!. Jordnn by
two up,nud one to play.
Tho links wero In good ordor and 11
big crowd turned up at the club dur
Ing the day. Luncheon can nlways bo
had) nnd even tho non-playing visitor
can havo a good tlmo at tho beautiful
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play, II. Chllllngworth to Dicier)
struck out, by Williams 1, Fioltas
2, R. Chllllngworth 2; bases on call
ed balls, off Williams 1, It. Chll
llngworth 2; wild pitch, Wllllums;
hits, off Williams 3, Freltus 8. Um
pire, Darr; scorer, Woodiuff; tlmo
of game, 1 hour 1G minutes,
All-Military 3 0 0 10 0 1 0 05
Puliation -01001000 02
Summary Two-base hits, Aklna.
Walters; hit by pitcher, Hoogs,
Lota; struck out, by Hell 9, I it 11 9;
bases on cnlled halls, off Hell 3, Lota
:i; wild pilch, Hell; passed hall, Wil
liams. Umpire, D.irr; scorer, Wood
ruff; tlmo of game, 1 hour 25 minutes.
jm H ma
Warren G. Harding,
HrJMf MWiv m$& Ass:
Warren G. Ilurdlng, who has received tho Republican nomluntlon, for
Governor of Ohio, hus 11 reputation of being a successful business man,
politician nnd editor. He began his newspaper Inborn when but nineteen
years of age, when with only JI00 of borrowed capital ho and two part
ners Beciircd control of the Marlon (O.) Stnr, which wns Mien In a very
unprospcrous condition. After ho had made n .succcsb of his newspaper
venture he entered politics nnd wns elected to tho Ohio senate, of which
body ho soon became a very lnllucntlal member. Ho wna born In Morrow
County, O., In 1805 and comes of sturdy Pennsylvania Btock.
Crane Is Mentioned as a Possible
'Leader for the Senate, "i
WASHINGTON. Aug. 1G. Somu of
tho facts back of thoiu)stcrlous mis
sions to nud f 1 uni llorvcrly, Includ
ing tho rumors that. Secretary Hal
linger Is to rctlro September IS, and
Mint Senator Aldrlch and Speaker
Cannon will no longer by counted
among tho ailvlscrx of tho admlhlstra
lion, wero discovered hero today.
It was stated definitely, In lliu first
placo, thai tho Halllngcr-Piuchot in
vestigation, conimltlco will make pub
lic (ts,rfioit nt iU. Pntil on Septem
ber '5. i ' - ,
This reHirl, according to tho Indi
cations Unit Imvo coiuo from various
members of tho commission, Is an ex
oneration of Hallingcr as far hh Mio
regular republican members of the
committee nro concerned.
It Is known now that llalllugor's
solo objection to retiring was the
odium of leaving under flro. As a
mallor of fact for puicly financial
reasons ho Is glad to gn. Ills cntlio
foituno has been depleted us a re
sult of the attacks mado on Mm. lie
paid linn attorney $10,000 lo represent
him nt tho hearings of tho Investiga
tion committee. For somo time, he
has wanted to return to tho practice
of law, but has lefuscd to leave, until
"oxonernlpd." , . ,x.
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Thdj'pi-cBldent In ' ciinv(dfcil that,
whl!6 'tlalllngor liun )iecn,ft victim of
ntlsuuderstaudlng mid Injustice, It
would be hnrd.jo make. Ihr' people un
derstand tho truo facts', and that Hal
lingcr had belter liu.n maityr for Hie
patty's sake. Willi Jhe ri)Mirt of O10
committee, to bo mudo public Septem
ber G, Hallingcr feels that hu could
rctlro "with dignity" on September G.
It Is stated in addition thai thu pio-
sldent feels that, while both Senator
Aldrlch and Speaker Cnnnmi nro 11I1I0
men, they huvo Incurred tho dislike
of certain poitlons of tho country, nnd
Mint It Is essential that ho should
hao advisors In whom tho people gen
erally hao confidence, Ills own choice
for ndiululstrntho leadership In tho
senato Is v. Murray Cruno, who, with
Chailes Dyer Norton, Hie president's
secretary, is largely rcsiKinslblo for
tho present (inn of events.
Whllo tho only ilefinjls facts that
come out of tho reports from Hovcrly
Is tho change In the' president's alti
tude, tho report ircelvcd hem today
Mint President Taft will niako 11
spoech licfoso tho national leuguoof
lepubllcnn clubs early In Scptembor
defining his llltlcal uttltudo Is 10
garded as significant. Tho rcimrls
that huvo coma from Hovcrly about
tho futo of Aldrlch and Cannon aio
lessemd In ImiKirtunco by thu fact
that Aldrlch has declared again ami
ngaln Mint ho would let I id and that
Cannon has declared again and ngaln
that ho would not. rellie.
I In tho closing days of the lust net,
slnn Aldrlch and Cannon phicd little
pait In tho affalts of the Whllo House.
Kven then Senator Crano was loom
lug up as Ihe chief adviser. P".
Alililch hud begun to iei
IUp work on "
For Governor Of Ohio
will bo whether President Tuft In his
speech wilt declare, ugalnst Aldrlch
The President' present nttltudu Is
what It was during fho closing dnys of
tho Inst Bcsslon. A public declaration,
howoVCr, would bo of vast Interest.
It has boon arranged by President
Taft to hold a special meeting of his
cabinet September 10 In Washington,
nnd from Mils meeting impoitnnt de
velopments hfVcxixJctoilTho politics
situation, tho Hallingcr mailer and
tho supreme court vacancies will ho
discussed, The president will rcnuiln
hero for a week or 10 rias.
CAPTAIX .MK.II COMING 1IKHK.
Captain Robert W. Menrns, 20th In
fantry, has been ordered to Fort Shat
ter, Honolulu, to tako Btatlon with his
TI10 orders camo Wcdnesdny from'
tho War Department' nnd stated that
If pnsslblo Captain Meams would
leavo on I bo Logan. Owing lo the
short tlmo In which to prepare for his
xoyagc, Captain Menrns was unnblo
lo take Mils transport. Manila Times.
iti.'voi.T 111:1. m;
I'LA.NNKl) I.N KOREA
Hermit Klugilom Will lie Annexed (0
Japan In Auguit.
TOKIO, July 27. Tho nnnoxntlon of
Korea by Japan, vclilcli will probably
bo accompanied by a great uprising of
tho Koreans, according to predictions
.mado here, Is expected by tho middle
of Augiut. This Information wns ob
tained by tho United Press today from
n1; most authoritative source Jnpa-
tlkun ..nilnlu Imvn linnn nltlnlltf firit-
'paring foKtli'mnalgamatlon of Koriiii
as part of the Japanese empire, and
lllll.iltnll lllli Urllt't.nt illannao llta It1
tended move,' lilgtf officials privately
admit that serious trouble will follow
tho loss of Identity by tho Hernllt
According to dispatches from Ha
waii, 300 Koreans, members of tho an-
M-Jnpancse league, havo left Micro for
Korea to head a revolt. It Is reported
that scores of Koreans In the United
States nnd Mexico are planning to re
enter Moxlco and havo made arrange
ments to purchase arms nnd supplies
and ship them to tho Korean coasts to
aid tho rebels.
Koreans aro secrotly arming to pre
vent annexation, It Is reported, and It
Is admitted that annexation cannot bo
had without bloodshed.
m:w swi.iijii.mi rooi.
WAILUKU, Aug. 19. Anothrr In
stitutlon that Wnlliiku will boi proud
of Is the gymnasium, and bathing tanl
now in coursO of construction nnd
belonging to tho Wnlluku Kindergar
ten. Whllo tho Puunene bathing pool,
45 by 7G feet, is tho largest of the
!dnd In tho Territory, tho Wnlluku
fwlmmlng pop) will cumo ndxt, Its
dimensions being 30 by CG feet. It is
hoped that from theso swimming
schools will go out youths who will be
as stiong swimmers us tho Illustrious
llaluwii (Molokal) children who swam
leccntly safely to land from ,u ship
wreck tin ee miles off shore.
An cffnit will bo mado to Intioduce
manual training among thu students
' College.. This can only bo
the generosity of people
and It Is hoped, by
' Mm College Mint
111 coiuo to pass.
TENDERS FOR WATER FIFE.
Tile Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will re elvo sealed
hlits until 12 o'clock" noon of HA
temher 7, 1,910,. for furnishing vfl
follow! ngpljie und fillings, lo he de
livered "f. o.'.li. Wnlmca wharf, or (by
option of the, bidder) at tho Walniea
terminus of tho Mukawell plantation
17G0 feet of 8" Btaudard Well Cas
Ijirf. 1. 100 foot of G' Btndard Galvanized
Three 8" Tecs, 3 8"x" Nipples, a
8"xG" Ilushlngs, 8 8" Flange Unions.
G 6" Flange Unions and 2 8" brass,
lined full-opening Gate Valves,
The abovo IHtlngB all for well cas
ing. Also 3 Gate Valves, 3 Tecs, 3 Nip
ples, 3 Klbows, G Flange Unions anl
1 22" Nipple for 5" galvanized pipe.
Tlmo of delivery to bo Blalcd in,
Any or all bids may bo rejected.
tllilR In lin endorsed "TolldcrB for
Water Pipe," on outsldo of onv.lopc,
and nddrossod to tho Hoard of su
pervisors. County of Kauai, Llbue,
J. If. MORAONK.
County Iload Supervisor.
RESOLUTION NO. 353.
UK 'T HESOLVKD by tho Hoard
of ' 8upcrvls6rs of tho City nndt
County of , Honolulu, Territory of
llawall, (hat the sum of TWKNTY
KIVK, HUNDUKD DOLLARS (2,.
fjo'o.OQ)' ho and Is horcby appropri
ated froni the ac'ncrnl Fund for w
account known ns "MA1NTUNANCU '
OF SCHOOLS." t
Presented by Supervisor
Honolulu, T. II., August 16, 1910.
The foregoing resolution wbb, at
n regular meeting of tho Hoard of
Supervisors of tho City nnd County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, Au
gust lfi, 1910, ordered pnBsod to
print on tho following voto of sail
Ayes Aylfltt, Cox, Logan, McClol.
Ian, Qiitmi, Total, C.
Noes None. ,
Absent a pel not ynting Ahln.
, K. HUPANDBAU.
Acting City nnd tjou'nty Clork. '
4699rAug.. 17. 18. 19, 20, 23.
Scaled Tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in,, of Thursday, August 2G,
191R, for furnishing1 -tho Department
of Public Works with 13G0 fcot of
12-Inch, wooden s(nvo pipe, without
clips or baiuls. Sample of plpo re
quired, may bq seen at tho office of
Hip Superintendent of Public Worka!
Tho Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, August 1G, 1910.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Alexander Young,
Notice Is hereby glvon by the un
ilcislgned ltxectitore of the Will of
Alexander Young, late of Honolulu.
T, H deceased', to all pcrbons hav
ing claims agalust paid decedent or
his Estate, lo present the same to
Messrs. Smith, Warren & Hcmenwny,
attorneys for aulit Kxecutors, nt their
office,, I n. the. Judd building, in said
Honolulu;, or to any ono of tho un
dersigned IJxcculors In person,
whether such claims be secured or
unsccuted, within six (G) mo n I In
from August 8, 19 10 (tho date of
first publication of this notice), or
they will bo forever burred.
Dated this 8th day of August,
ARCIUHALD A. YOUNil.
CONRAD C. VON IIAMM.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
W. II. HAIRD,
ROI1KRT A. YOUNG,
Kxecutors of tho Will of said Alex
ander Young, Deceased. .
(091 Aub. 8, 15. 22. 29; Sept. 6.
The Hawaiian Ballasting Company
has moved from Maunakea street to
Bcretania street, near Nuttanu. It
has no connection with the Cf&u
Ballastinc Co., which now occupies
its old office. 4G01-lm
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
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