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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 7, 1911.
- t ; " r 3uMJPHBMi!
No More Delay
Play tho game all you liko now.
Wo liavo Just received a biy ajjorttnont of TENNIS GOODS.
RACKETS in all (jratlos and welghtc, Including a splendid lino of
Qlazcngcr's best Enn,llshmade goods.
BALLS? Well, yes wo received 140 dozen by (he last two boats,
and now havo Slnzcnger, Wright & DiUon, and Spalding balls.
NETS, TAPES, MARKERS and a good assortment of all torts of
TENNIS GOODS, at
E. 0. Hall & Son
Packing and Shipping Household
Wo attend to the making out of all chipping papers and cus
tom houso manifests.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co,,
King Streot, next to Young Building
J. A. GiLMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Scwall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
OBINNELI AUTOMATIC BERIinOE)
Neuiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
our Credit is Good
Sii-i iu. wm Irv .'wraivzvir-c-
r k?i:p ifijv
r -'-, J:$-w
i 'W jrit 4
1 f- ,'1- ' J .r..; -.
A small payT
merit down will
start you in house
keeping and a small
monthly or weekly pay
ment until paid up in full.
All goods sold at bottom prices.
rne Furniture Co., Ltd.
NEW-PATTERN, UP-TO-DATE STYLE WOOLEN SUITS, KNICKER
nOYS- NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, WAISTS AND BLOUSES.
BOYS' STRAW AND FELT HATS.
BOYS' SHOES, HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.
KAM CHONG CO.,
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
Make Out Methodical Lists of
People From Whom Sup
port May Be Secured.
Tlicro Is nothing which gives it
more practical business training Hum
mi nctlvo contest candidacy, llnsl-
nosu ptlnclplus pervndo tho wholu tit -fair.
Whatever jou leant In tho way
of in-coming it successful cniiillilnli'
will bo iibcful lo you Inter on what
ever jour line of business may be.
Don't Be Reticent.
Sometimes u Jiiuiitc unit Inoxpeil-
ciiccd ciiuilhliite will Buy, "1 don't like
to ask pcoplo to subscribe In my fa
vor." This 1h all wrong from every
point of view. You must loniember
that you are nut asking something for
nothing. Tho subscriber loses nusti
lutely notlilng by writing down Ills
namo In your favor. Ho would pas
the money und get the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 u
nnyway. No one who takes the paper
falls to get full vnluo received. Hut
there Is another napert which iun
not lmo Htruck you. Youi candlduey
Is tho best sort of advertisement for
In ol cry contptt where there are
brli;ht, ambitious candidates, tho work
they do innkcu a ;uost ravoiablo mi
piesslou on exiicilciiccd liuslucss men
Many a good position lias becli gain
ed In th's wnv.
Candidates have oflcn told us of
the propositions made to them by
thoso whom they asked for subscrip
tions; and lilany who have none Into
a contest Jimt for fun havo round
themselves at the end not only in
possession of n hnndsomc prize, hut
ulso of tin excellent business posi
tion. Instead of tho people you aslt for
subset IptionH being prejudice 1 against
j mi, -It Is quite- the other way. If
you nro cheerful, energetic and pei
Hovctlug. these cpmlltli-s will Impress
whulnover you come In contact with.
Thoy nppreclato that If you can at
tend to your own business so well.
Sou can bo vory useful In thelis.
Who Will Win.
The -ten perbons who make best
uso of tin days between now and tho
closo of the contest are the ones who
will earn tho trips.
Yon huvo as much time to accom
plish jour end as Napoleon had when
he astounded tho world with his fa
mous "HO days." If ho could come
near to recomputing tho world In
tlni-o months that Is surely a long
enough period for any active person
to sccuro Hiiniclcnt hiibscilptlons to
tho i: run lug Dili lot In to ho u
In tho III st placo try not to set out
haphazard on Hits liiuitiuit under
taking. Think of tho best way to do
things, and then do Ihciii.
Mako out methodical lists of the
persons from whom .ou may exiieet
support. Kvory tlnio n now name oc
curs to )ou write It down mi that it
will not escape jour memory. Ilo
low this list roiibtunlly and when
j on Hint the li.liiie of Komeono who
told j on ut llrst that they wiiio not
ipiilo ic.idy to shbserlbe, but that J on
might call again, then call again
Interest Your Friends.
Organize jour fi lends. When lhe
aio persuaded of the eariiestiii-SB of
jour ambition thej will feel like do
ing something to help )U le'illze H
It may bo safely left to jour own
lngonullj to think up ,1ndm-i-mi'ins
of all kinds which will mako your
fik'iiilH feel almost an If jour suc
cess or failure weio their own. If
they Identify their Interests with
jours It will give tho pcisonal note
to their work, which is so valuablo
In keeping up enthusiasm and In lu
MilllliR It In Others.
Ute Receipt Books Freely.
Never ullow yourself lo bo cntusht
without a lecelpt hook. It Is much
easier lo tnko a subscription when
jou hiivf everything ready and can
mako out the llttlo receipt for jour
milicilber on tho siot In n neat or
derly manner which persuades him
lit unco that thoio Is no risk or his
subscription being lost, anil that jou
are buslncss-llko In jour methods.
Sec how many of these books you
can distribute among friends who will
collect subscriptions for you If each
one secuics only a few It will be an
Immciiho heln to you. At the clo3o
of the contest your Kisltloii may bo
decided by n few thousand votes, and
It Is ner'fectlv possible that over
subscription gained may bo the ono
which will allow you lo iaho mo uai
Show jour friends that this Is tho
cam and they will take a Keen in
teicst In allowing no chnnco to cs
capo them, i:ery siibscilptlon Is Ini-
iinrtnnt. lilir or llttlo. Hew or old
(lather every vote you can gel and
at last secuie tho trip you desire.
Nn nl.-ink Ballots.
Absolutely no subscription couisms
aio allowed to lcavo the contest de
partment unless filled out showing tho
name of the c.mdldato for whom they
are lo be cast. There nre no blank
ballots excepting the ones run In lhc
reuiilnr ssucs of tno II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
This provides a perfect safeguard
against tho transferring of votes.
Votes once Issued can not be taken
out later for tomcono else.
Always give tho name of tho can
didate for whom you wish votes cast
when making rulcrlptlon payments
to tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
l'rlce if Ku-iilng Ilullilln.
1 Month's Subscription ....$ .7.")
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
McBryde Sugar Company, Limited.
At the annual iiiei-tluir of stoi-kbold-irs
of the Mcllryde Sugar ('oiniun-,
Limited, held mi Thursday. March -IV,
1911, the following directors were ap
pointed to serve during the ensuing
II. 1 IMIdw-lu, II 1'. Dillingham, I).
V. It. Isciibc-rK. V. A. Kinney, J. V.
Cooke I! 11 liitnii, John litilld
And nt u ntilciiciil nii-i-tlng of tliu
Hoard of Dlrntois, hi-bl on the hiuiio
date, the following nlllei-ra vero ap
pointed: It P llaldwln President
Dillingham. . .1st Vice-President
It 1st nln-rg.. Slid Vice-President
. lll.Mllll II. PAXTdN,
Sccrctarj-, Mcllryde Sugar L'inuiii)',
Honolulu. T. II. April S, 1911.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
3 Months' " i --M
B Months' " 4-0"
1 Year's " 8.
'1 Years' " $1C00
3 Years' " 24.
r, Years' " l-0
1'ilie of Weekly lliillitln.
1 Y'ear'H Subscription $ 1.00
r. Years' " ? T..U0
vorns issimn on
.Siibsrrltillons lo Kieiilng Ilullilln.
Ono month i-"0 3S0
Threo months -150 TiM
six months l.ooo i,-:oo
One jear Sou 3,t00
Two years MOO 7.000
Three years 9,'JOO 11,000
Klvo years 21.000 30,000
SuliMrlptliins to Week I j lliillitlii.
Ono jear 2M 350
I'lvu years 1.00 2,000
Do not postpono coming In after
your receipt books. Some of the
candidates havo already started to
work and It Is In tho beginning that
jou will get tho encouragement that
will mako your wavering hopes turn
The two principal Indiu-trleR It) tho
l-'ienrh Island of Corsica aro the niaii
u fac tu Ki of Thest nut-wood extract and
the making of dices.
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINO BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill in namo and nddross of your favorite candidate
nd send to the B u 1 1 o t i n Contest Department.
(Not good after Wodnctday, April 25)
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate as a candidate In the EVENIllQ BUL
LETIN'S Ten-Trip Travel Contost
Only the first Nomination Coupon received for each can
didate will count for SOOO votes. Fill out all the lines of this
coupon and mall or bring to the Contest Department, EVEN
ING BULLETIN, Honolulu, T. H.
Kauai Railway Company.
At the annual meeting of stockhold
ers of the Kniml Itnlltvnv 1'nmpuii)'.
held on Tiic-da-. April B. 1911, the
following directors were appointed to
serve during the ensuing year:
11. P. llaldwln. II. M. von Holt. W.
V. DIllliiRham, J. P. Cooke, A. Kln-
1). H. Murdoch wns nlo appointed
And nt a subsequent moi-tlng of the
Hoard of Director-, held on the same
ilnv. the following ollleers were np
II P. Il.itilwlu President
11. M. von Unit lt Vlee-1'resldent
V V Dllllimhamt.Ind Vice-President
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
II. 11. Paxtnn Secretary
r.l.Ml'.lt 12 PAXTON.
Secretary, Knual llnllw.iy Company.
Honolulu, T. II. AliHl n, 1911.
HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL & SUGAR
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
ORDINANCE NO. 21.
The annual inciting of stockholders
of the Hawaiian Comimril.il .V Sugar
Company will be held at the olllco of
the company. Alaska Commcrel.il build'
lug, San l'ranclsco, on Wednesday
April IS, 1911 and tho slock books of
the Honolulu transfer olllco will
closed for transfers from March 31,
l'.ill. to April l:, 1911, both dates In
AI.HXANDr.It llAT.mVIN, LTD,
Honolulu Transfer Agents.
Honolulu, March 25, 1911.
,N OUDINA.N'Ci: TO UCdUUVTi:
'11111 MANlTACTl'Iti: J'Olt SAM:
OP POl AND PAIAI
He It Ordained by the People of the
Cltj mid County of Honolulu-.
Sictlou 1. No pel shot) or shop for
the manufacture of pel or pul.il for
sale shall be i retted, maintained, used
or opiiatcd within the City mid County
of Honolulu exiept undir u permit
therefor as lurclimftcr provided.
Set thin 2 The Treasurer of the
city and county Is bercby mitliorlzcil,
eniioHcreil and directed to Issue, upon
the receipt of a fee of One Hollar, n
I'frmlt for hihIi shop, upon the lecom
lui ui'iitiou. In writing, of the Hoard or
Supervisors of the City and County of
Section 3 Nn such permit shall bo
recommended ,y tlio Iloanl of Super
visors unless such shop shall lie prop
erty ventilated. In Id with cement tlnors
and cement side walls to a height of at
least three feet and draining to n trnp
connected wltli a cesspool, sewer or
such other means for the proper dls
posnl of drainage us may be npproed
by the nulldlng and Plumbing Inspec
tor; nor for nnv such shop In any place
where there Is not avnllalile an ade
quate supply of pure water or which
Is Incapable of proper drainage, or
which Is In such rlnc proximity to
sleeping compartments, stable, laun
dry, abattoir or other place where any
business or process Is carried on or
condition maintained which, In the
opinion of the Hoard of Supervisors,
might lie n source of contamination or
Infcitlon to the pol or pal.il mniiufnc
tured thereat. No such shop shall be
maintained, used, or operated for any
olliir purpose than the manufacture of
pol or palal, nor unless only pure wa
ter shall be maintained therefor, nor
unless It shall be kept so screened ns
to prevent tiles and Insects from en
tering therein. Nor unless nil Imple
ments, tools, machinery, containers, and
nil other Wciis used for or In con
nection with the manufacture, distri
bution er storage of pol or palal shall
be sterilised each time before being
used: nor If any person or Individual
Is employed or engaged 111 or nbout
such shop or building who Is afflicted
with nnv lontaglous or Infectious dis
ease or any disease which In the opin
ion of the llo.ird of Superv Isors may
coiitninluate or Infiet the pol or p.ilal
Section I llach permit so Issued
shall be for a ti nn of one year and
shall be subject to revocation at any
time b the Tieasurcr on the reiom-
mcudatloii of tlie Hoard of Supervisors
when It ' ppears that the place fori
which It Is Issued or the manner In
ROSA J CO.
Good Old .
Bottled in Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streeti
IN Till: UNITKI) STATCS DISTRICT
COURT, KOU Till: TiniltlTOIlV
Till: UNITKI) STATUS OK A.MIIIt-
ICA, PInllitllT, vs. CKUII. IlltOWN,
Trustees, et ul., Defeiidaiits. Ac
tion brought lu said District
Court, and tho Petition llled In
tho olllco of tho Clerk of Bald
District Court, In Honolulu.
thii: pui:sidi:nt of tiiij uniti:d
CUCII, IlltOWN, I1UNHY M. VON
IIOI.T and AI.I1UHT N. CAMP
HUI.U, Trustees under tho last
Will und Testament of JAMUrf
CAMPIIUI.L, deceased; AIIK1AI1.
W KAWANANAKOA; KAI.AKA
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
I.ANI KAWANANAKOA, other
wise called KAPIOI.ANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPIUXU mitt l.l
I.1U KAWANANAKOA. minor
children of A11H1AII, W. KAWA
NANAKOA; AI.ICi: T MACI'AK
I.ANI1; WAI.TKIl R .MACKAR
I.ANU, husband of A1.ICU T.
M A C V A It I. A N U WAI.TUIl
JA.MUS .MACKAUI.ANU, AI.ICi:
UMAI.IU MACrAULANi: and
MPItlUI, IIUATIUCi: .MACI'Alt
I.ANU. minor children of AI.ICi;
T MAITAUI.ANI: and WAI.TKIl
P. MACUAItUVNU; MUIUUI.
SIIINOI.U; KOIIUIIT W. SIIIN
Cl.U. husband of Ml It I HI, SHIN
(Il.i:; Mt'HIUI. MUI.VIN SII1N
(il.i: and UOIIUUT W. SI UNCI. II.
Junior, minor children of MUlt
IUI. SHINCIM: and HOIIUIIT W.
SHINOI.i:; IIUATIIICK MARY
CAMPIIUI.I.; OAIIU RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, a corpor
ation existing ami doing business
under and by virtue of tho lav.-a
of tho Territory of llnwall; HOII
UIIT W. ATKINSON mid W&lr
TUR V. ntUAlt. Trustees; HA
WAIIAN I'lIIRU COMPANY, I.I.M
ITUI), u corporation existing and
doing business under and by vir
tue of the lnws of the Territory
of Hawaii; UWA PLANTATION
COMPANY, a corporation existing
and doing business under und by
virtue of the laws of the Terrltoiy
of Hawaii; and JOHN IlltOWN,
JAMKd WHITU, IIUNIIY SMITH,
DAVID .IONUS, MAIIY (IRUKN,
JANi: 1II.ACK, MARTHA WU
1.1A.MS. and AI.ICU DAVIS, nil
known owners and clnlmiiuts.
You nre heieby directed to appear
((litis IS, I -si l-nin i ' "1 SI- linilllli I '! i .i.i I .
which sue!, plncc Is maintained, usedi'""1 iT H"-' Pellllon 111 all action
or opi rated does not i empty in all
restects with the conditions and re
strictions of this Ordinance.
Section 5. Any person who vlolntes
or falls to comijy with liny proWslon
of this Orillnauco shall bo guilty of n
misdemeanor mid upon eouvictloii
thereof shall bo punished by u lino of
not less than TWUNTV-PIVi: DOL
LARS (25d0), nor more than KIVH
HUNDRUU DOLLARS ($.100 00). or by
Imprisonment for not less than TlIUUi:
MONTHS, or by both such lino and
Imprisonment, and If such person has
u permit, the same sbnll be forfeited
Section C. This Ordinance shall take
effect and bo In force upon Its ap
proval Introduced by Supervisor
PRANK J KItl'OUlt.
Date of Introduction. March SS. 1911.
Approved this Dth day of April, A. 1).
JOSDPII J. lTIItN.
4S9h Apr 0, 7. S. 10, 11. 12, 13. 14. 15, 17
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
IDK BALE AT AIL BAM
Cream Pure Rye
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Prop
The Pionser Plumber
"3 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 1931
BULLETIN ADS PAY
IN T1IK CIRCUIT COURT Ol THU
Klrst Circuit. Territory ot Hawaii. At
Chambers, l'ranclsco 8. Rorges, Com
plainant, v. Maria Adelaide llettcn
court llrlozo do Scoui-lrn Knaitnacao,
Defendant. Tho Territory of Hawaii:
To tho High Sheriff of tho Territory of
Hawaii, or his Deputy; the Sheriff of
the City und County of Honolulu, or
ills Deputy: You nro commanded to
summon Mnrln Adelaide llcttencourt
Ilrluzo de Kcuuelra Hnenmucao to ap
pear ton days nftir servlco hereof. If
sho resides In tho City ;nd Cpunty of
Honolulu, othcrtvlso twenty diij-s after
service, before such Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the l'lrst Circuit as sliull
bo sitting nt Chambers In the court
room of said Judge, In the Judiciary
building, In Honolulu, to unsw-cr tho
annexed complaint of 1-Yauclsco H.
Ilorges. Witness the Honorable V. J,
ItOIIINSON, Judge of tho Circuit
Court of the l'lrst Circuit, nt llono
lulu nforc-H.ild, this 24th day of Jaiiu
nry, 1911. (Seal.) J. A. THOMPSON,
Notice Is hereby given tbnt nn ac
tion us above entitled was commenced
In the Circuit Court of the l'lrst Ju
dicial Circuit ot tho Territory of Haw-all
on the 24th day of January, A.
I). 1911. That said action so com
menced us aforesaid Involves tho tltlo
to land located within the City of
Honolulu, being (1) portion of award
to 1. Lee, und known us tho Poman
der Lot on King street. In said Ho
nolulu, and (2) on the mniiku sldo of
Hotel street, between Nutianu und
Smith streets, lu said Honolulu, said
premises being moru particularly set
forth and describul lu said complaint,
on lllu lu suld Court. And lliu defend
ant above named und all persona hav
ing Interest In said premises In said
complaint described are h?reby noti
fied lo appear In said cause and show
ause If any there bo why Judgment
should not be awarded In favor of tho
above-named complainant und ngalnst
the above-named defendant, us prnyed
lor In said complaint. Dated, Hono
lulu. January 2C, A D 1911. Klnnej-,
Halloo, Prosvir & Anderson, attoruejs
4W0 Juu 27: Icb. 3, 10, 17, 21: Mar.
a. 10, 17, 21. 31; Apr. 7. 11, 21, 28.
entitled as above, brought against jou
lu tho I'nlted States District Court,'
for tho Territory of Hawaii, within
tvvcntj dnj-8 from und after servlco
upon jou of u ii-rtlllcd copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with u
ccrtlllcd copy of this Summons.
And jou nro hereby untitled 'that
unliFft jou uppenr and answer us
above n quired, Uio said Plaintiff will
take judgment of condemnation of tho
liiuCit described In tho Petition herein
ni.il fcr any other relief demanded in
the Iviiliou. ,
WITNESS Till: lIONOUAHLi:
SANI-'OKD II. DOI.i: nnd Till: HON
ORAIII.i: CIIAItLi:S I-' CI.LWIONS,
Judges of said District Court, this
-Mrd day of March, In tho jear of our
Uinl ono thousand nine hundred and
eleven und of the Independence of tho
United States tho ono bundled mid
(Signed) A. K. MURPHY,
"No. 75 UNITKI) STATKS DISTRICT
COURT, for tho Territory of Ha
waii. THK UNITKI l STATKS OP
AMKItlCA vs. CKCIL IlltOWN,
Trustee, ot ul. SUMMONS. ROll
KRT YV. IIRKCKONS, United
Stales Attorney. '
THK UNITKI) STATKS OI-' AMKIl-
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, ss.
I, A. 11 MURPHY', Clerk of tho
United Stales District Court Tor tlio
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify tho foregoing In ho a
lull, truu und correct copy of the.
original Summons In th cusu of THK
UNITKI) STATKS OP AMKRICA u.
CKCIL IlltOWN, Trustee, it ul., us tliu
sanio remains of record und mi II lo In
the olllce of the Clerk of Bald Court.
IN WITNKSS WIIKUKOK, I havo
hereunto set lny blind and ulllxeil tliu
seal of said District Court this UOIh
day of March, A. D. llill.
(Seal) A. 11 MURPHY.
Clerk of United States District Court,
Territory of llnwall.
Ily K U DAVIS,
ALGARODA DEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE. 16 H. P.
1-134 EMMA STREET Telephone 2-US