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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULO, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 3, 1911.
I beg to announce that, Waving u prac
tical knowledge of packing silver
ware, cut glass and fine porcelain for
storage ami slilpplntr, 1 am now
ready to do the same In my lelsuro
hour. Yours truly, M. K. Mcnescs,
dencrnl Delivery. Reference") given.
THE PANTHEON SALOON Fine lm
, ported and domestic wines and liq
uors. J. F. Sllva, prop.; Uert Dower,
mixologist. 1129 Nuuanu,
PROST SALOON Fine wines and liq
uors. Cull and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop. IJerctanla and Maunakcu Sts.
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4958-3m
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For hire at all times, 1 Packard, 2
Popes. Competent chauffeur. Nuu
anu, near Berctanla. -Phone 31G8.
For hire, night or day, E. M. F. 30;
competent driver. Phone 2085; Der-
etnula nnd Maunakea Sts. 4961-3m
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
The Silent Harbor Shop, on Hotel St,
has six new pedestal hydraulic chairs
and as many first-class American
barbers. , 4953-lm
"Tried and true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by S. Miyamoto. Ill
, cycle supplies and repairing. All
iiiuket; new, and second hand. 182
King St. ' 4948-ly
Bicycles repaired. Our work has al
ways given satisfaction. Wheels, new
and old, for salo cheap. Your patron
age solicited. . Kogo & Co , 401 King,
K. Sato New and second-hand bicy
cles. Agents famous Pierce cycles,
Our repair department is In charge
of an expert. Iwllel Rd., opp. depot,
,5. - :-44J-:m" '
S. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
all work guaranteed. New nnd second-hand
wheels nt low prices.
Queen and Punchbowl; Phone 2431.
High-grade bicycle repairing; expert
work. New wheels at lowest prices.
Also suitcases and trunks. N. Kugl
fcakt, 195 Hotel St., near River.
RENTED AND REPAIRED.
Expert work at reasonable prices.
Uyemura, opp. Occidental Hotel.
BUY AND SELL.
New and second-hand furniture bought
and sold. Mirrors repaired and resll
vered. J. Takakl, King St., Paluma.
DR. BIRCH Oftlce,
Bldg. Phone 3308.
(4 Alex. Young
Clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed on
short notice. Called for and deliv
ered. Phone 3029. 8. Harada, 1160
Fort St. 484-tf
Cleaning, dyeing and repairing; tailor
ing. World Clothes Cleaning Co,
1810 Nuuanu. K. Sklgekunl, prop.
SCIENTIFIC METHODS IN BUILD
Ing, when applied by an experienced!
contractor, SAVE YOU MONEY,
2529, Box 155.
J, R. Davis; Tel.
Asahl & Co. II. Matsuto, prop. Con
tractors nnd builders. House paint
ing nnd paperlmnglng; screens of all
kinds. 208 BeretanlA St.; Tel. 1420.
M, Nlshlgaya, hoiise painter, decorator
nnd contractor, No. 1250 Nuuanu
St.; Telephone 3075. 49C0-3m
Oeorge Yamada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCnudlcss
Bldg.; Phone 2157!
Harada Choice cut flowers delivered.
1160 Fort St.; Phono 3029.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
160 Hottl Street Phone 2313
Pacific Flectrlo Co. Motor nnd dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors nnd
generators of nil capacity for sale,
11 S 2 Fort St.; Tel. 3132. 4959-lm
Storage batteries rented, 82 pur month;
recharge, II. Magnetos and colls re
paired. Merger's Electrical Works.
S. Kchlgl Employment Office. Japan-
etc and Chinese labor supplied. Will
take contract work. Emma nnd Bcr-
ctnla; Phone 2541. 4965-3m
Korean employment office. Competent
male and fetnnle help of all kinds on
short notice. Tel. 3011. 1133 Union,
Matsumoto Employment Office Al
Japanese help furnished on short no
tlce. Tel. 1760. 900 Alakea, nr. King.
Fukudo Employment Offlco Cooks,
waiters, yardboys. King at Punch
T. Ishtbashl, Klnau
flee; phone 1879..
lie's coming and ho will get you If your
plumbing Is not up to the standard
prescribed by the Board of Health.
W1IOT Why, the sanitary Inspector,
BEAT HIM TO 1T1 See Almeida, the
sanitary plumber. "THE SAFE AND
ONLY WAY," No. 11 Pauahl St.;
Tel. 2495. 4945-lm
"MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME.'
You will find true Southern hospitality
at the Kentucky Saloon, Alakea, be
tween Merchant nnd Queen Sts.
'Little" John Rodrlgiies Cabinet'
maker. Picture framing and fur ill
turo repairing. String Instruments
repaired. Miller and Punchbowl.
Panama, straw nnd felt hats cleaned
nnd blocked. Work guaranteed, call
ed for and delivered, Jos. Roman,
122 Berctanla St., next to fire station.
Phone 1057. 4963-lm
European hat cleuners. Old hats
cleaned and repaired, like new. Del
fin Montalba, Kumanuwal lane, near
Sdnko & Co, 1260 Nuuanu. Japaneso
expert miniature gardeners. Clean
lots, contract building, painting, pa
perhanglng, cement work, etc. Sup
ply laborers. Phono 3151. 4957-2m
U. Koneko, 198 Hotel St, corner of
River. Importer und dealer In all
kinds of Japanese matting.
Call nrtd see my lino Oriental Jewelry,
All kinds of Jewelry made to order.
Bargain prices. Watch repairing.
Fukuldo Watch Co., 222 Bcretanla St.
U. Ogata Watch repairing. Fine work
dona with neatness -ami dispatch.
1059 River St. 4948-lm
W. C. LUKE Watchmaker nnd Jew
eler. 1022 -'Nuuanu St. 4949-ly
First-class livery turnouts at reason
nhle rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phono 2535.
Lee Totna Manila cigars In bond. Dl
rect Importation. Wholesale or re
tall. 23 King St. 4960-3m
At sacrifice, these Instruments: 1 Bus
mend piano, $125; 1 Chlckerlng, $150;
1 Herman .upright, $80. J, Sheridan,
1C2 Hotel, piano tuner and repairer,
Rheumatism, brain disease, neuralgia,
lumbago, quickly relloved. Recom
mended by a number of prominent
Honolulu citizens. K. Oshlma, 34
Berctanla St. 4904-lm
Try somo of the new
"Red Seal" Records by
famous artists , ,
sHG8TROM MU8IC CO- LTD.
Weekly B n 1 1 e 1 1 a II per year.
Honolulu Painting Company House
and sign painting, paper hnnglng and
tinting. Jobbing n specialty. Import
ers of wall paper, pafnts, oils, etc. 74
Beretanla St , opp. Maunakea St. W.
B. Kam, manager. 49l8-3m
Mm. Hodgson, teacher of piano. IMG
Emma, opp. Royal School. Sea sign.
I). It. McLaughlin Expert piano tuner
nnd repairer. Leavo orders at Ho
nolulu Music Co, 88 King St.
The sanitary regulations are strict.
Save yourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand, lluvo Clias. R. PI
lares, the sanltury plumber, look over
your work. 20 years' experience has
mado blm competent. 1126 Union St.
You should have your plumbing done
by a "PLUMBER." Ten years' ex
perience has taught mo the science
of plumbing. The only and safe way.
C. I. Almeida, 11 Puuahl St; Teh
John Mnttos; sanitary plumber and
sheet metnl worker. Manufacturing
nnd repairing of auto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Bcretnnla St.; Tel.
Won Lout Co Sanitary plumbers and
tinsmiths. Hotel St., bet. Maunakea
and Smith Sts.; Tel. 1033.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and tinsmith.
.Smith St.. bet. Hotel nnd Pnushl.
John Pontes Shoes to order, 87; solea
and heels, 81.30; patches, 25c; rub
ber heels, 70c; ladles' sole and
heels, 81.10. Work guaranteed. Rear
of Grill. 4910-3IH
M. Rodrlguns Twelve years of satis
faction. 137 King St., formerly of
Bethel St. Expert shoo repairer.
Y. B. Jong Expert shoo repairing.
Union St., opp. Auto Delivery Co.
Koep cool by drinking the most de
licious soda water made In Honolulu.
All flavors. Delivered to your homo.
Sunrise Soda Works; Tel. 1345.
Why drink Inferior grades when you
can have the best soda at same price?
All our goods comply with pure food
law. Star Soda Water Co.; Tel. 2287.
Wo use artcslun water, making our
sodn superior to all others. A drink
of our plnenppla Juice will convince.
Dragon Soda Works; Tel. 3152.
The tailoring company uf Cheo Quong
has changed hands und Is under now
managemtnt. Having engaged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guarantee satisfaction. 14 King St.
Wu Sing, manager. 4952-3m
FOOIC SANO, formerly the Onhu Toll
or of Emma nnd Bcretanla Sts.,
wishes his old natrons to call and
Inspect his lino lino of now fabrics
nt his new More, McCundless Blk.,
Nuuanu und Pauahl. 495t-3m
Tho Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phono
2748. Called for anil delivered. Bere
anla, next to pumping station.
ALL THE LATEST CREATIONS IN
men's clothing. Clothes cleaned or
dyed. WINQ CHANO, 160 Hotel St,
near Kekaullke. 4947-ly
Tho Pioneer Merchant tailor. Clothes
cleaned, 'pressed and dyed. Bere
tanla and Emma Sts. Phone 3125.
TUB ONLY IlXCLUSIVn UMBRELLA
store In Honolulu. High-grade re
pairing. New stock. 1284 Fori St.;
Tel. 2249. K. Mliuta. 4906-lm
Dr. L. K. Case Office, Lewis' Stables;
Phone 2141. Resldenco phone, 1113,
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stooked with Nsw Drugs and
SODA WATBR FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
S. E. LUCAS
Miisonle Ilulldlug, corner Hotel and
Tho best Lenses In town to tit crery
BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
Up-to-date cottage every convenience
No. 1325 Pllkol St., corner of Mat
lock Ave. Possession glvm nfur
June 23. For particulars sou "Pratt,"
No. 125 Merchnnt St. 4953-tf
Furnished or unfurnished pntty 5-tooui
nnd. buth bungalow: sirvants' quar
ters, garage, tlilikcns, large garden
Kchoeiilng, 1537 Fifth Ave., Pnlnlii, '
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and (Jiieen!
streets. Dimensions 41x05. The build-1
Ing will be remodeled to suit tenant
Apply to C Brewer & Co., Ltd. ,
Cottage; 3 bedrooms, electric lights, gas
stow, etc. Apply 1480 Emiiin St.
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LEI.AND 027 Beretnnlii; 'Phono
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
$12; board, 835pcr month. All mos-qulto-proof
lanul rooms. Curs pass
the door. '941-lf
Nliely furnished room,
on cnrllne, wnlklng
town, for Bcntfinmn
sliul. Apply "L. L."
next to li.ttli,
Iloiril If de
Cottage with bath and board fur cou
ple. A suite of rooms with hoard
nd hot nml cohf uiter biitli Shady
Nook, 1049 Boretunl.i St. Telephone
Room nnd board, private family, Kviry
convenience. Two car lines piss
door 1942 King St. 49ll-tf
Nlccly-furnlshed rooms with board.
Apply 13C0 King St.
Furnished rooms for light housekeep
Ing. Alakea House, 1077 Alakea -St.
Alxo furnished rooms, from $1.75 per
week up. 494G-lm
No. -73 Beretnnla St. Kttitrlc lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J II. Townscnd,
Five-room furnished collage nt Cut'
tage Clrnve; $27.50. Inquire F, E
King, Cottugo (novo.
Small furnished cott-igc, with modern
conveniences. S71 Young St, near
Knplolunl. t .49CS-2t
Crossnty's furnished cottages, Walklkl
Beach: Tel. 2868. 4889-lf
FURNI8HED HOUSES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, for tho summer. All
conveniences; Ann view over city;
very reasonable runt for a desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Btangenwald
Bldg.; Telephone KM. 4943-tf
At Auction At the City Auction
Rooms, 125 Merchnnt St , frldiiy,
July 7, 1911, ut 10 o'clock it. m,
household furniture, stationery. Jus.
W. Prult, nuctloneir. 495-kt
Wllhelmtiia Rise Beautiful home;
muKiilllcent view. Building now be
ing completed. Attractive terms. Keu
Walter II. Bradley, euro ICulmukl
I-and Co, Ltd.; Tel. 1059.. 4950-lf
Now attractive llvo-room cottage,
cheap, liver) thing modern. NL'o
lawn; choice fruit and shade trees.
Ninth Ave, Knhmikl, ono block from
cnrllne; abou sanatorium. Inquire
on premises. 49J8-tf
Tho Transo envelope n time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co, Mile ugents fur
New 5-room bungalow, Knllhl; lot
5014x218 12000; easy terms. Don-
dero & Lansing, 83 Merchant St.;
Phone 2553. 4953-tt
San Sun Flno Imported stationery.
Chlueso literature, drawing Inks,
paper of nil klnJs. 133 Bcretanla St.
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shoro,
Plains nnd IiIIIh. "Pratt," 101 Btan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1002.
Selected Cnravonlcn wool cotton seed,
A. V. Gear, 1211 Fort St.; P. O. Box
Intor-Island and Oahu Rnllroad ship
ping books, nt Bulletin otllce, tf
Visit tho sale nt Sing Fnt's, 1013 Nun
nnu St. 4958-3m
Choice cut flowers. Phone 3029.
The phytlclan who rccommtndi,
the patient who uses and the
chemist who analyze
have established It at pre-eminently
the best In purity, In perfection
and in results.
No other preparation has stood
such severe tests, such world-wide
Imitation and met with such popu
lar and professional endorsement
To the babe, the child and the
adult It gives pure blood, strength,
solid flesh and vitality.
'Wu lead, others follow," In the manu
facture uf carbonated beverages. Ona
prlco to nil. Free delivery. Phono
3012. Honolulu Soda Water Co, Ltd,
34A North llerctiuila ,St.; Chus. E.
Frusher, inanncir. 4911-tf
You to sample mn- lending brands, such
nr 'UnIiir's Oholce" Scotch, MeBray
ei, Hernhl nnd Corby's Canadian
whiskies. Thus. V. McTlgho & Co,
proprietors, Progress Bar,
Everyone to hnvo his hat cleaned by
thu Exptrt Hat Cleaners. We do tho
best work In the city nt lowest pi ire.
Expert Hut Cleaners, npposltu Cluh
Now's the time to got your hat clean
ed. First-class work; low prices.
Speel.il attention given to Panamas.
l).ild OrtU, Al.ikeu nnd King.
1'atronlzn home Industry. Pure old Ha
waii Kin, mndo under the supervi
sion of the IT. S. (lmt obtainable
only nt the Occidental Bar, King and
Eliminate the wnsto and save $51. Let
me flguro on your work. J. R. D.ils,
builder nml contractor; Tel. 2629,
Box 165, 49I0-2M1
Toinlsts to visit the Dnrunn Restau
rant. Japaneso dishes servid In Or
iental stylo. Next door Mint Saloon.
All) thing of value bought
Carlo, 1117 Port Et.
Visit the sale at Sing Pat's, 1013 Niiii
nnu St. 4958-3m
Give your windows the appear
nnco of Stained Glass by using
the modern glass decoration.
Equal In design nnd beauty to
the fined art glass. Use it In
stead of curtains, shades or
Many designs to select from.
Lewers & Cooke.
177 8. KING STREET
WJ3 CAN SHOW ON'll OF THU
HANDSOMKST I.INHS OF
Sjl.VF.R Tlinv ARH
STUONO AND IN
113 Hotel St.
and Coarse Mox.
A large assort
ment. HAWAII 4
II ii I let I il Killlurl.il Room PI e
2185. II u lie tin Business Ofllro
fAssnclntcd Press OnM.)
WASHINGTON, July 2 -Tho wc.i
tlicr bureau ropirlg "scinching" wo-i-llier
over nil puts (if llio coiintrj east
of tho Mississippi Illvcr. In tho capi
tal hcio tho rcprcscutnllvcs and con
gressmen have willed
It was asserted this evening lint
eery effort would ho made- by uin
gresa to renrh an adjourn men t b the
Ural week In August. Members of
both llio houso and tho untile aro
lushing to Hip country for a few iHh
Heat Kills Many.
Reports received nro that five nro
dead fioni tho hint In Chicago mid
flo mine dead In New York from llio
saino cause. Also thorn nro hundrods
of proslrntlnns, especially In tho cltv
But the grimiest death toll comes
from the country and summer result
dlstrlcls, where rcorcs huvo died
while in bathing, luno been drowned
by the capsllng of bonis or by fall
ing' Into the water, during tho past
Noted Author Dead.
COLORADO SPIIINOS Julv 2. Kit-1
gene F. Ware, of Kansas City, sol
dier, lawjer, olllcln mnl niithur,
well known under llio name of "Iron
nulll," illeil hero today,
Magcnlilt Band Put to Flight.
.IUAHKZ. Mexico, July 2. The Inml
(if the follnweis of nnrliilc Mngon
known as Magonlsts, which has been
skirmishing nlong tho border for
4wceks, was nttucked Ijy n company of
rurnlcs toilny, near P.ilomiis, niu'l
routed. Iho rcMilutlonnry rebels,
most of llieni Socialists, wlm csciii
cd. nro holleod to have crossed the
Confederate General Dead.
ATLANTA (ieorgln..luly 2. Oen
cral Clement AncplmIZtana, former
cnniiuainler-ln-clilrf .tif the United
Confedcrnte Veterans, died today.
Taft Off to Make Address.
ALBANY. New York. July 2. Pi-
stdent Taft passed through this city
today on his way , to Indlnnnpolig,
where he will make an luipoitunt ad
Shccki Wake Geysers to Sudden Ac.
COLORADO HOT SPIIINOS, July 2.
Coincident ivltli the cnrthniiiiko
shockH on the Pacific Coast on July 1,
tho 'geysers hero Biiddenly bccimo
niuio acllvo t'hau for n long time.
American Winners Again.
KASTCIIURCII, England. ..Inly 2.
Wejnian, Iho American aviator, In
n biplane, won tho inlcriintloii.il avia
tor cup hero yertculny. There weio
Street Car.i Tied Up.
CHIHUAHUA, Mexico, July 2.
The si reel car emplojes of this city
'have gonn on Btrlke for an Increase
in vvnges mid nil Ira 111 c Is tied up.
May Make Guam Big Naval Base,
WASHINGTON, .Inly 2. Plans for
tho fortifying of the Island of (luain
between Hawaii and tho Philippines
with tho puiH)so of making II the
"Gibraltar of Om Pacific," nro being
coiisldoied by the government.
Tho plans are thoso of Rear Ad
miral Alfred T. Mohan, (retired) who
advocates making of this present na
val station a luiwcrful foitlllcullon
nnd nnvul base.,
Tho naval pioginm for tho year
1913, ns given out hero eslcrday.
icrommcnds tho construction of four
flrsl-class battleships of the drciul
nought class, to bo the most iKivvcrfiil
In the world,
It Is also pioposcd In build eight
een destroyers uf thu most advanced
type, nlso other vessels for Iho navy.
The entlro piogram of construction
aggregates the expenditure of one
hundred million dollars.
Battleship of Air.
HAMMONUSPOUT, New York
July 2. Tho first United Stales nnvy
hydro-noiopliine was launched horo
yesterday successfully, Tho now war
ship of thu air will goon ho given n
SHALllD PROPOSALS, endorsed "Pro
posals for Fnvvcr-Pluiit Kqulpmenl,"
will h ruelved nt the Burt an of Ynrds
ami Docks, Navy Department, Wash
ington! until 11 o'ctmk n. in. July ,
1911, und then mid thero publicly open
ed, for boilers and niiNllhiry power
plant equipment, nt tho United Statin
Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Plans nnd specification can lie! nbtnln
ii on application to the Bureau upon n
deposit of 825 for their return. R. C.
IIOLLYDAY, Chief of Bureau, June 8,
49G5 June 28; July 3,
Wtekly Bulletin II per Mr.
is Clogged up
That'. Why You're Tired-Oat csf
ooru Ht No AffU.j
will rut you right
la lew asjrt.
1 hey do
Uusfii, baVitiat, t Skk Hetties.
skuix nu, siua dose.suu riuct
Genuine nuuUn Bignaturo
RI'I IS AND RHMULATION BY THR
IIOAIU) OF COMMIKHIONIlltS OF
AURK'I'l.TUKi: AND FORKSTllY
I'ONfllll.NI.Vd Till: PRHVHNTION
OF IIIHTIIIIJUTION OF INSKCT
PRHTH FROM OAHU TO THU
The Hoard of Commissioners of Ag
rkiilture und Forestry of the Terri
tory of Hawaii bendy make- the fol
Invvlng rule nml regulation:
Stetlon 1 For the purpose of pre
venting thn spread to other lolands In
this Tirrltory of Innct pests which
hnvo eslnbllfliiil theinsilves on tho
Island of Oahu, nil persons nnd 'iirpor-
ntlons nre hereby prohibited from car
rying or shipping from suld Island of
Onhu to uny oilier Island In laid Ter
rltoty nny fruit, imliui. vegttnblo or
root, exiipt frulls, melons, roots or
egitiihks In in lulnnl packages llil
portisl Into this Territory from other
plates; nml all persons and corpora
tions urn lunby prohibited from car
rjlng or sblpplng nny plant or any soil
attached to nnv plant nr any other
Mill, from na Id Island of Oahu to uny
nihil l-laiul In this Territory; Pro
vided, however, that plants and soils
which have bin thoroughly fumigated
nr sterilised under' thn siipi rvlslon of
the Superintendent of Kntomo'ogy or,
his nsslstauts, may be so carried or
fhtppml whin proprly lagged nml eer
lllled by nnv siah olllirr to be fre
from Insect pests.
SkIIiui 2. Any perron or corpora
tion violating IIiii nbovn rule shall bu
niillly of a misdemeanor nnd shall bn
punished by n line not In exceed Five
Hundred Dollars ns provided by Sec
tion 390 of the Revlseil I.ius us
nui'Mileil by Act 82 nf Iho Session
ftws of 1905 nml Act 112 nt the Ses
sion loivvs of 1907.
Settlnn 3. Rule No. 7 -of the Board
nf Commissioners nf Agriculture nnd
Foristry, adopted and published on tho
21st day of Nuvembir, 1910, Is hereby
Section 4. This regulation shnll take
effect upon Its approval by thu Oov-
W. F FltnAlt, ,
Governor nf llnwull.
Hnuoliilii, Territory of Hawaii, June
28. 1911. 49G7-3t
jsjsj!ss-!e-sssjss-s . .!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. AT CHAMBER8. DI
VORCE. Chew Sak Pa no, Libellant, vs. Chew
Hak Sang, Libellant. Libel for Di
vorce. NOTIFF. OF PIJNDI3NCY OF LIBF.U
The Tenltory nf Hawaii to Chew ll.ik
You are hereby not Illeil that there Is
now pending beforn tho Presiding
Judge lit Chambers of Iho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit, n lit.. 1 for di
vorce Instituted iignlnst )uu by Chew
Sak Pang, tho llbt Hunt, alleging ml
grounds therefor desertion nnd non
support by joii of the said libellant,
pnu Ing for n decree absolutely dis
solving the bonds of matrimony here
tofore und now enisling between you
and li r, nnd for the nvvnrillng In her
of Iho custody of the. children.
You are further untitled that Thurs
day, the 2tlh day of Auguit, 1911. nt
the hour nf nine In tho fori noon, nt
Chambers, In Iho courtroom of tho
iibuvn-iutltled court. Ill Honolulu, City
and County of Honolulu, Teirlmry of
Hawaii, bo the time and place for
hearing said libel.
Witness thn Honorable W. J. ROB
INSON, Third Judgu of the Circuit
Court nf tho First Judicial Circuit, nt
Honolulu nforcsald, Ihls 15th day of
By the Court:
ROBT. PARKHR JR.,
4955 Juno 19, 2G; July 3, 10, 17, 24.
CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii At Chambers. In
Probate. In the matfer of Iho Ustatu
of Cornelia Hall Jones, deceased. No
tice lo Creditors. Notice Is hereby
given by ti6 undersigned Peter Cush
innn Jones, executor tinder the will
mid nf the estate of Cornelia Hall
Jones, de'oensed, lo the creditors of
and in nil persons having claims
ngnlnst tho said cMutc, to present their
claims duly nuthenttcated with the
proper vouchers, within six months of
thn first publication of this notlco
(wild notlco being published for thn
first time on June 13, 1911), to the said
executor nt his ntllro In the McCnnd
less building. Bethel street. City nnd
County of Honolulu, Territory of H.i
vvull. the same being the place for the
transaction of business nf sntd estate
In sold Territory. Dited June 13, 1911.
PF.TI1R CUSIIMAN JONH.H, executor
under the vv III nnd of tho !tuto of
Cornelia Hull Jones, deceased.
495.' June 13, 20, 27; July 4, 11.
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