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BVENlNO nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H THURSDAY, OCT. C, 1910,
Oceanic Steamship Company
"ff ' 111 Arrive Hon. leave Hon. Arrive S. F.
JMober 1 October 7 October 12 October 18
.October 22 October 28 November '2 November 8
November 12 November 18 November 23.. .. November 29
"185 flnt claii, linRle, S. F.; $110 first class, round trip, San Fran-
0. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
ateameri ot the above Companies will Call at HONOLULU and Leave
this Port on or about the Dates mentioned below:
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For S F.
Chiyo Maru Octobcrll Mongolia '. ..October 8
Alia October 18 Tenyo Maru October 15
Mongolia October 31 Korea October 22
For further Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,-agents
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From Can Francisco
5. S. Hilonian .October IS
6. S. Wilhelmina November 1
S. S. Lurline November 10
S. S. Wilhelmina November 29
S. S. HYADES of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
on or about OCTOBER 4, 1910.
Tor farther particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
fJV J. '-) U ITEAMSHIP COMPANY
roR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER1
UAIIAMA t..OCT01)EIt 14 MAKURA OCTOIIBU 11
1IAKUHA NOVEMUKR.il ZI3ALANUIA OCTOllKR 8
THEO H. DAVD3S & CO., LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
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4MERJCAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
! From New York to Honolulu, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
Freicht received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
' Booth Brooklyn.
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. 8. VIRGINIAN, to sail
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail
S. S. MISSOUEIAN, to sail
For further Information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
C. P. MORSE. General Freight Airent.
in our work and in our serviW,
. our serviW.
what we always strive to
UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
WOOD PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS BAGGAGE
COAL ' SHIPPING STORAGE . TRANSFER
HUSTACE - PECK 1 LTD
U QUZIK BTBZIT
Estimates riven on all kinds of
'i vinv.wnnn awn mar. wat'amav
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
antral Aotnt for Hawaii!
jAtlai Assurance Company of London.
j,Nw York Unosrwrlters' Agency,
(Providence Washington Insurance Co.
,'lth FLOOR, 8TANQENWALD DLDQ.
I la not a Luxury; It Is a Ntcecslty.
But you Must have the DEQT
jind that Is provided jy the famous
i.nd most equitable Laws of Massa
.husstta, In the
New England Mutual
. Life Insurance Co;
OF B08FON, MASSACHU8ETT8. '
h hit you would be fully Informed aboul
lines latvt, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
t -i . .ONOiyLU, T H.
For San Francisco
S S. Wilhelmina. ....... October 12
S. S. Hilonian October 22
S. S. Wilhclminn . .November 0
S. S. Lurline . November 22
General Aecnts, Honolulu
attain and maintain, i
Drayinr. Teaminr, Eoai Suil-i-i,
cun unn citt
Oahu Rail way Time Table
For Walanae. Watalua, Kahuku and
Wuy Stations 4:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Biuiinn ti.-u n. in., :jd a. m..
11:30 . m., 2:ic p. 31., M:20 p. m.,
S;1S p. m.. 9:30 p. m tllMG p. m.
For Wuhlawu am! I-elleuua "10:20
a. m b:G u. m, J9.30 p. m., HUH
Arrlvn ITnnnliiln frnm VnlmVn Wat.
nnlua nnd Walanao 8:36 a. m,
5:31 p. m.
Arrlvn Honolulu frnm Tfurn Xfltl t,nA
Penrl City t7M5 a. m, '8:30 a. m.,
.. 11. in., -ij-iu i. in., -;io p. ro
I', m., :yu p. m. ,
Arrlvn tlnnnlitlis fpmn Xttn !.!. . J
." "ium uuiii v'tiiiuva ttuii
LvllPhiia 9ilB a. in., tlMO p.m., 'SiSt
ji. in., n--.il p, in.
The Ha!elwa Limited, a two-hcur
trnln (only first clng tlcketa honored),
leaves Honolulu ovory Sunday nt 8j36
a. m.i returning, nrrlyta In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited stops only
at Pearl City and Wdanan outward,
and Wolanne, Wulpnhu and Pear! City
Dally, t-unaa- Excepted. tSunduy
Q, P..DKNISQN, F. O. SMITH,
SuperlntcndenL a P. A.
II 11 II 1 1 11 plume iiunilicrK are:
llMslursN OftU-o S-.'JB.
L'dllorlnl Kooiu.dlSS. ,
Established in 1858
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank' of California- nnd
The London Joint Stock Bank
Ltd , London,
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest nl lowed on Term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL. $000,000,
Successors to ,
OLAUS SPRECKILS & 00.
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up).Yun 24,000.000
Reserve Fund ....Yen 16.2S0.400
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receives for
collection bills of exchange
Credit, and transacts n general
The Hank receives Local De
posits and Head Offlco Deposits
for fixed periods.
Local deposits 125 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Doposlts, Yen 25
and upwards for one-half year, one
year, two years, or three years at
rato of iVi per annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu Offlre 67 S. King St
P. 0. Dox 168.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - - - H, L, BOSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS 'sTSv
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
MACHINE REPAIRS T
Automobiles, Motor, Cycles, Gas Sta
tionary and Marine' Engines,., Rice
Mill MapMnery. Etc
Encineerine and Contracting
House.Wirinp; Repairing Supplies
1187 ALAKEA ST. Ut&Y ncrotania
A full assortment, gixej 24"xOB"
to 48"xl20", and caugei No. 10 to
No. 20 Just to hand. !
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction
Vour patronage is solicited,
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH rt CO.. LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King gtreet
nefntKtre . t: Knnnlnl-
Best Coal & Wood
prompt nni.ivKrtv or ,ny quantity
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
Queen St., opposite Kaahumanu Phone 2281
- '' .
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin President
W. O. Bmlth. .First Vice-President
W. M. Alexander
J. P. Cooke '....,
I Third Vice Pros, and Manager
J. WntcrhouHi ........ Treasurer ,
B. K, Pnxion Pecretnry
J. 11. Caetle ... director
J. R. Gait iMreitor '
W. R. Castle Director
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company. '
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantatlnn Company.
Kahulul Railroad (,'ompniiy.
Huleakala ltnm.li Company
Mclirydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. SUGAR FACTORS
QCNERAL INSURANCE AGENT-
Kwa Plantation Co.
W.1I11I11.-1 Agricultural Co, Mil.
Knliala Sugar Co
Walinea Sugar Mill Co. ,
AjKikaa Sugar Co, Mil,
Fullon Iron Works ot Rt. Louis,
Habcock & Wilson Pumps.
fJreen'H Fuel Economizers.
Matpon Navlgitlou Co.
C. Brewer Co., Ltd.
8UOAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
R. F. Illshop President
lleo. 11. Robertson
.... Vice-President and Manager
W. V. North Treasurer
nichnrd Ivers Secretary
J. R- Onlt Auditor
Ooo. K. Carter Director
C. II. Cooko Director
R A. Cooho Director
A. Oartlcy ,. Director
C. BieWer & CO., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Itoyal Insurance Cc. or Uverpool.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commo'clal Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co. of rMluuurEh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Edln
Upper Rhine Insurance Co.
Territorial Board of
Office (03 , Stanuewala II ff .
Honolnlo. ' 1
-iONOLULl! IRON WORKS
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
3. A. OILMAN
Consulting, Designing and Con-
Bridges. 'Buildings. Concrete Strne-
lures, Steel, Structures, Sanitary,-Systems.
Rannrfi and Fsttntntn nn'v.n
fecti. Phone 104& "
Interlsland nnd O. It. & it Uhfppine
books for sulo at thp II u 1 1 0 1 1 n
olllce, r0c each.
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FORT SHAFTER NEwS S
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Dpflnlle nrrniiRcments have heen
made for the Iwenty-one-day hlV,
and It may b'e Interesting to the sol-
.Hers nt Forf Shatter, "as well as
,., , ......
- ... .... .., ,, uib i.ianu, aim
'nlHl rlvlllana who have' soldler-boy
friends, to know Just exactly where
n n ttrli nn f n fi .1 a I. I. . ... 1. It. t
"M"" " "" w""e lnc
nr VI i".t'":'m,r."f
...u ......... u,m,iu, .,. ii.kc win. upnicant Win. II. Smith of tho
ho nil Mtcnslfe one, nnd tho. men ,Iosptt, Cor9 wl attend tho troops
will ho on thq go most of the tlmowhlle inwn). nn llti twenty-one-dav
a ler leaylnir tho post, for nt no ractUc ninP(.h. The lieutenant will
placo will (hoy stop more than, four (nl(e wtl ,, ,.Jm claBS j,rvnto
...., nl n iime. iiimh or leavinui
.,...- ......pa..- .1... ..... . Ruar.1 uie
po,.. ..h was uonr lnsi jear. a ueiacn-
ment of men from each company, to.
RCther with extra and. special-duty
men, will remain.
Dates and Rpnte.
Tho battnllon will leavo tho poRt
at ,1 p. 111., O toher 7, and march to
Pcail City, to remain until tho ninth.'
when they will proceed to Lelleliua.
Si p., , ' . " 0Wm . ""l
krtle Pats to Walanae will bo made.'
The troops will carry with them two
da.B' rations in linvcrBacks. nnd tho
wagon trnln will proceed from I.cl,
Ichua to Walnluo and await tho ar-
rival of) tl)e, troop. On the eleventh
tho battalion will Ioao Wnlanae nnd
go to a placo no.ir Knena Point, nnd
nn.tlm following -lay, the twelfth,
win pass on 10 waiaiua. ai no
time up to the nrrlal at Watalua
win tnr- iroopa siop longer innn 01
nigiu ni n pini-e. mil win remain in
waiaiua uniii 1110 rouriccnin. 10 give,
the mon a chanco -to lnne n good
swim nnd rest up. Tho fourteenth
will linn lUR uaiinnon 00 na way i.j
Knhuku Point, nnd tho next day to
I.ale. whero It will remain until tlie
cigiiteenili, ami men prncccu 10 iu n Seattlo, Wash., killed her 3-months-hana
Hay. Knhnna affords a flno 0id Bon nnd horsolf with strychftlno
ba, and while thero In tho past tho(sie left a noto snylng that alio was
men hno spent many hours diving going Insane. '
through Uenkcrs or resting along
tho bench. Knhaim country Is also
line for mountain climbing, and Cap
tain Chapman has derided to remain
theie four days, leaving on the
twonty-fccoml for Swanzy'a ranch.
One night will bo spout at Swanzy'a,
and then to Knnenhe.
4UU;.U. U IIIMCi
O tober -I the'
ninn will arrive
In Vanianao,lhc,lty, of musqul-
to6s. Two nights will he spent
there, nnd this, will mennl two nights
of real hord flghUlig not 'the real
Fighting that soldiers are trained for,
but lighting motqultoes. Owing to
the fact that It Is Impossible for
wagons to proceed around the point
In Knkn Head illi'fl tlon, they will
relurn lo the post finm Walmanalo
over the Pal,ojid the men will ho
,.-.,. ..'. i.. ".. -. 1. .....j
eui.lli'.u w.iii iii.vi'r&ut-. rii.iuiiH,
enuiigh toHlifj-Tlliem'lhnck to, tho
post. The naiftA'tin will' move on to
Lucas' ranch on the twonty-slxth,
nnd on the twenty-BOentli will ro
turn to Kurt Shutter. Tho men are
looking forward to this ns tho great
est hlko since tho second battalion
of tho Twentieth Infantry nnhedou
( ll.l.V. tl .VlU ...U I'UBI 111 vtlu
best possible condition on the three
weeks' march, general fatlguo has
been In vogua since last Tuesday.
... .. .In.. ... Inn. .a .. .. .m.. In ..in
The post Is being put 111 fine condl
tlon, under the direction of Quar
tet master-Lieutenant J. A. Rogers,
for It can he Imagined what about
eo cut) -lite men can do In ono day
when they nro set to work.
Rowc in Hospital.
Corpoial llarton O, Ilowo of Com
pany (J has been admitted to the
port hnsfiltal. Howe has had n bad
10I1I for snmo weeks past, and before
It could doclop Into a, fevpr of some
Hut It was thought best by the doc
tors to Jiac hlm In tho hospital,
whero constant uttontlon could be
given. Ilowo will no doubt miss the
long hlko, but It Is to bo hoped that
nothing kerlous will happen, to hlm.
Correthers Made Corporal,
Pilynte I.esllo Y. Correthers of
Company K hna been appointed cor.j
jmrai to fill a vacancy. corretucra
transferred wmio months ago from
tho hospital corps oftho post to Com
pany l:, nnd It was rumored at the
time that Correthers wanted expo
rlfiiro nnd Information In the lino
ho tnnt Borne lime in 1110 iiiiuro no
could inko the examination for a
commission, The "corps" man has
beon faithful In his, Outlet In tho
company and line earned his appoint,
Oktey in Hospital, '
llarnoy Okroy of Company r re
pofed Wednesday morning nt tho
hospital with a high fovor nnd was
immediately iilacmi umior the uoc-
toi's caro. Tor emo wees OHrpy
has liwn wnrMnjj i tlirf iiinrtoiuia
lor'if deiinitment on speclnl duty.
OUicy was exruceil from tho hike on
ac omit of his work, but as matters
rtuml now ho will probably spend
tho cntlio threo wcckB ns a patlfllt
In tho hospital,
Lancaster to Bakers' School,
frivaio iiowaru ai. i.uiv nsior 01
Company O Iibb been solected as n
caudldato for tho Tialnlng Schtxil
for ll.ikeis and CookB, Presidio nf
S.ill Ktaiiclsco, Cal., Mini will leave
un Hid t)(,(iliur tiaiisport. Private
Lancaster has been a vulunli.le mall
,0 His company. nr wm m'l'o 6, . ... 27.1
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tt tt tt tt It it tt tt tt U tt tt tt tt tt U
past Lancaster, has been captain of
t"e company lawns nnd linn kept
lIiem '" fllle condition, causing many
f frm Ul mcerB ie'
BnrdltiR the Rood nppcarnnce tit
t,ngfl nrcmllll Company O. He will
relliril to Kort shafter , four
,,, TllP llien of tll0 t
him success while In the States.
Medical Attention on Hike.
MeUon of hg corpBi to ngg8t ,,m
Tfie tl()clor ,ng a ,, ,, ,a
,nak,ng nrrnnBjment. ,0 rde him on
t)lP )lkc Tho ,,oc,or , OI10 of tll6
men,lnlg on lllko ot tlll, klndi
,, ,he me ,,.. hlm ,, wt,
Borc feet and legs.
..pttttpv" QTunnin vavw
PUTTEE STRONG HAPPY,
Tomn Hu,band of May Yo)e Is
Kcconciled With Family,
nnrtLiN, Sept', jr.. Tho Amorl-
con frle'nds of Putnam Ilradlcy Strong
of Ncw York, erstwhllo liusband of
May Yoke, will bo sufprlsed to learn
tu(lt ll0 nns )(.rrimp thoroughly rcc-
0n:llcd with hla family, particularly
i,g ,nothcr, from whom the Yoke nf-
fr B0 ,on- PSlrnBC nnl.
stronir h.irspiII throiicli nermnnv
this week with his mother on the
way from Marionhnd. whero they had
uoe g,)miin hoscta wt.eks
9 lmg grown ,l0llt( ,iut ,g slI
lnnii,onl. nn,i n,,nrp,i in orPilnnt
gplrltg Tlie Strogg woro hound for
Mrs. Nltin ricnnett. wlfn of n tailor
Have you hnd kidney trouble (In
flammation of the kidneys) over six
months? If so, recognized nuthorl-
LUCB "ec"re mcurnuie. u. a.
ucams now nearly uu.uou annually.
Call for freo diet lis; and Mora
turo that may prolong or sao your
HONOLULU DRUG CO.. LTD.
IN TIIF. CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate. At Chambers. No. 4214.
In tho matter ot tho Estate of Kapea
Kalalkawaha, late of Waiaiua, de
ceased. On reading and filing the
Petition nnd Accouuts of William H.
Castlo and Illshop Trust Company,
Limited, administrators of tho Es
tate of Kapea Kalalkawaha, deceas
ed, wherein petitioners ask to he al
lowed $24 28.39 and charged with
J 100'). no, and nsk thnt tho same be
examined and approved, and thnt a
final order be mado of Distribution I
of tho remaining property to the per.
sons thereto entitled nnd discharg
ing petitioners and-sureties from all
further responsibility hoicln: It Is
ordered thnt Monday, tho 7th day
of November, A. D.-1910, at 'lO
o'clock a, m. before the Judge pro.
siding nt Chambers of said Court at
his courtroom In the . Judiciary
llulldlng, in Ilouofulu, County or
Honolulu, be and tho same hereby Is
appointed the time and place for
hearing said Petition nnd Accounts,
and that all peisoiiB interested mny
thon and thero appear nnd show
cause, if any they have, why the
same should not he grr.ntcd, and may
present evidence as to who .nre en
titled to tho said property. Dated
tho 21st day ot September, 1910, 1)Y
TUB COURT: (Seal) M. T. SIMON
TON, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, Castle & With
Ington; Holmes, Stanloy & Olson, at
torneys for administrators.
4730 Sept. 22, 29; Qct. C, 13, 20.
IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
llrst Judicial Clroult, Territory of
Hawaii, At Chamljera, In Probato.
In tho nintter of tho Rstate of An-
drow Fuller, Deoensod. Notice to
Creditors. Notice Is hereby given
by the undersigned Ino Susan Ful-
lor, executrix under tho Will and
1110 said i;stnte to present their
claims, duly authenticated, with tho
proper vouchers, within alx mantln
of, tho first publlchtlon of this notice
(said notice being published for the
first time on Septoinher 29, 1910),
tn the sahr Rxecutr.-, nt tho olllce
of The Hank of Hawaii, Llmltecf,
In the Judd building, corner of Mer.
chant nnd Foit streets, City and
County of Honolulu, Territory nf
Hawaii, the same holng the placo for
the transaction of business of Bald
Ilstate In said Territory. INO
SUSAN FULLER, Dxecutrlx under
tho Will and, of tho IMate of An
drew Fuller, Deceased, Dated Sep-
of the Kstnto of Andrew Fuller. " .fX "T DVE"
censed, lo tho creditors of and to "" J'Tv ' ".f
all persons hnvlnB lolnimn ngalnstl 7 . 0ct' 3' r'' C' 31' Nov- l
' MAIL STEAMERS
4- , 1 .
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Thursday, Oct, 6.
V. S. A. T. Sheridan, from Manila.
Friday, Oct. 7.
San Francisco O. H. H. Sierra,
Yokohama S. S. Mongolia.
, Saturday, Oct. 8.
Hlln and way jxirts, attnr. Mauna
Kea, a, m. '
Monday, Oct. 10.
U. S. A. T. I)lxf fiom Manila.
Tuesday, Oct. 11.
San rranclsco Chljo Maru.
Colonlea-C. A. S. S. Mnkura. . v
Friday, Oct. 14. ' .
Victoria C. A. S. S. Marama.
8aturday, Oct. 15.
San Francisco M. N. S. S Hilo
nian. Yokohama S. S. Tcnyo Maru.
Tuesday, Oct. 18.
San Francisco P. ,M. 8. S. Asia.
VE88EL8 TO .DEPAflT
Saturday Oct. 8. '
For San Franclsio S. S,.Moogollu.
Tuesday,. Oct 1L
For Vancouver S. '8., Makura. ,
For Australia Zeajandla. Plf '
Wednesday Oct 12.''
Tor 8an Frapcls?o U..S, S, Bieht,
10 r. m. ' i i'
For Bnn Francisco-iWelhulninia.'
8aturdayf Oct 15.
For San Francisco Tcliyi Maru.
8aturday, Oct. 22. '-. "
For San Francisco Korea.
For San Francisco Hilonian,
Malls are Due .at Honolulu from
points as follows: '
From Yokohama Por'Mongolla. Oct.
rrom San Francisco Per O. S. S. Si
erra, Oct. '7,
rrom Vancouver Per Mnkura, Oct.
From Sydney Per Marama, Oct. 14.
Malls will depart for the followlug
points as follows:
Ban Francisco Mongolia, Oct. S. '
Yokohama qhlyo Maru, Oct. 11.
Victoria Makura, Oct, 11.
San Francisco wilhelmina, Oct. 12.
San Francisco Slorr.n, Oct. 12.
DK duo frbm Mllko Oct. 10
Logan at Manila.
Shprldnn sails C p. m. for San Fran.
Sherman en routo In Honolulu from
REAL -ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record October 4: 1910.
From 10:30. a. m. to 4 p. m.'
Trept Trust Co Ltd, tr, to 11,11-
r lard ,,, jj
Charles II Thurston to Notice'.'.
William McCandlcsa nnd wf to
A II Dondero et nl o
William Mutch Ltd to Ln.u Lin
otnll f L
William Mutch ct all to Lau Lin
ct all . 1
Entered for-Record? October 5, 1910.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Jeanne II King to Kaholo,Manu..ReI
Mrs Kupu Kaloi to Win Wnlaha
Walpa . . . . 1 o
R.W Kahca to Ppka Kauoho... D
Wm Kinney to T Yamadj ,
Knma YnmaBhlro to Win Kln-
ny v OM
InteMslond and X to. & 1. ShlppW
books for sale, lit the II 11 1 lot lit
During my , absonce( on Hawaii,
Dr. Case will have char go of my
practise. Tel. 2429.
Chas. F. .Murray haB full author.
Ity to act for me In all' matters ot
I will not be responsible for debts
contracted In my nnme without my
4737-2W A. ll. IIOWAT,
U. S. KNaiNKBIt OFriCR. Hono.
lulu, T. II., Oct. 3, 1910. Sealed
proposals Tor dredging In Honolulu
Harbor, T. H will he received licit
until 11 o'clock a, m., Nov. 2, 1910.
and then publicly opened. Infor-
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. ,
Japanese Benevolent Society. .' 1
At the gonernl meeting held on
September 30, lpio. the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
Rov, O. Motoltawa President
Y- '""'I VIre-Prcsldont
Z' ,MIIaml Secretary
T. Katsuniima Secretary
a. Nukamuru Treasurer
M. Komeya Auditor