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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.i MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911.
TUB PANTHEON SALOON Fine lm
polled Htiil domestic nines anil liq
uors. J. F. Sllva, prop.; llerl Bower,
'mixologist. 1129 Nuuanu..
rnOST SALOON Pino wlnca nnd llf
Horn. Call and nee us. K. Sasaki,
prop, llcretanla. and Maunaltca Sts.
Visit the salo at Sine Fat's, 1013 Nun
anil St. 49l8-3m
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For hire at all times, 1 Packard, 2
Popes. Competent chaufteur. Nuu
anu, near llcretanla. Phone 3158.
For hire, night or day, K. M. 1'. 30;
competent driver. Phone 208G; Ber
etanla and Mnunakea Sts. 4951-3m
Fpr hire, soven-aented Packard. Phone
3611. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
Reynolds. , 4540-U
The Silent Barber Shop, on Hotel St.,
has six new pedestal hydraulic chairs
and as many Mrit-class American
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
,sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St,
"Tried and truo" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For Bala by S. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplies and repairing. All
makes; new and second hand. 183
King St. 4948-ly
K. Sato New and second-hand blcy-
s. cles. Agents fnmotis Pierce cycles.
Our repair department Is In charge
of an expert. I wild nd opp. depot.
8. Komeya Expert btcyclo repairing;
all work guaranteed. New and second-hand
wheels at low prices.
,, Queen and Punchbowl; Phone 2431.
High-grade blcyclo repairing; expert
work. New wheels at lowest prices.
Also suitcases and trunks. N. Kugl
takl, 195 Hotel St., near River.
nENTED AND REPAIRED.
Expert work at reasonable prices. M,
Uyemura, opp. Occidental Hotel.
BUY AND SELL.
New nnd second-hand furniture bought
and sold. Mirrors repaired and resll
vercd. J. Takakl, King St., Palama.
R. BIRCH Office, 64 Alex. Young
Bldg. Phone 3308.
Clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed on
short notice. Called for and deliv
ered. Phone 3029. S. Harada. 1180
Fort St. 4l4-t(
Cleaning, dyeing nnd repairing; tailor
ing. World Clothes Cleaning Co
1816 Nuuanu. K. Sktgekunl, prop.
George Yamnda, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCandless
Bldg.; Phone 2157.
Asahl & Co. II. Matsuto, prop. Con
tractors and builders. House paint
ing and paperhanglng; screens of all
kinds. 208 Beretanla St.; Tel. 1420.
M. Nlshlgaya, house painter, decorator
and contractor. No. 1250 Nuuanu
St.; Telephone 3075. 4960-3m
raracla Choice cut flowers delivered.
1160 Fort St.; Phono 3029.
Pacific Electric Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of nit capacity for sale,
1162 Fort St.; Tel. 3132. 4959-lm
Try some of the now
"Red Heal" Records by
famous artists . ,
BERQ8TROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
159 Hotel Street Phone 2318
Come and get Jewelry, diamonds or a
gold vvntch; $1 n neck. Wear while
palng; no security. J, Carlo, Kort
S. Eihlgl Employment Olllco. Japan
ese and Chlncso labor supplied. Will
tnko contract work. L'mmii and Ber
ctnla; Phono 2611. 4955-3m
Korean cmiloymenl office Competent
male nnd female help of all kinds on
short notice. Tel. 3011. 1133 Union.
Matsumoto Employment Office Al
Jnpnnese help furnished on short no
tice. Tel. 1766. 900 Atakca, nr. King.
Fukudo Employment Office Cooks,
wnlters, yardboys. King at Punch
T. Ishlbashl, Klnau Employment Of
fice; phone 1879.. 4898-tf
Little" John Rodrlgues Cabinet
maker. Picture framing and furni
ture repairing. String Instruments
repaired. Miller and Punchbowl.
Panama, straw and felt hats cleaned
nnd blocked. Work guaranteed, call
ed for and delivered. Jos. Roman,
122 Bcrctnnla St., next to llro stntlon.
Phono 1657. 4963-lm
European hat cleaners. Old hats
cleaned and repaired, like new. Del
fin Montnlba, Kamanuwul lane, near
Sunkn Si Co, 1260 Nuuanu. Japanese
expert mlnlnturo gardeners. Clean
lots, contract building, painting, pa
perhanglng', cement work, etc. Sup
ply laborers. Phono 3151. 4957-2m
U. Koncko, 198 Hotel St., corner of
River. Importer nnd dealer In all
kinds of Japanese, matting.
Call and see my tlno Oriental Jowelry,
All kinds of Jewelry made to order.
Bargain prices. Watch repairing.
Fukuldo Watch Co., 222 Beretanla St.
W. C. LUKE Watchmaker and Jew
eler. 1022 Nuuanu St. 4949-ly
First-class livery turnouts nt reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2535.
t,eo Toma Manila clgnrs In bond. Di
rect Importation. Wholesale or re
tail. 33 King St. 4960-3m
At sacrifice, these Instruments: 1 Hun-
mead piano, $125; 1 Chlckcrlng, 8160;
1 German upright, 880. J. Sheridan,
162 Hotel, piano tuner and repairer,
Rheumatism, brain disease, neuralgia,
lumbago, quickly relieved. Recom
mended by u number aof prominent
Honolulu citizens. K. Oshlina, 34
Iltrctanla St. 4964-lm
Honolulu Painting Company House
and sign painting, paper hanging nnd
tinting. Jobbing a specialty. Import
era of wall paper, paints, oils, etc. 74
Rerctanla St., opp. Maunakea St. W.
11. Kam, manager. 49l8-3m
Piano taught by experienced teacher In
six months. New method. $3 month;
8 lesson. Special attention to ndutt
beginners. "Music," Bulletin office.
Mrs. Hodgson, teacher of piano. 1516
Emma, opp. Royal School, Seo sign.
John Pontes Shoes to order, 87; soles
and heels, 81.30; patches, 25c; rub
ber heels, 70c: ladles' solos and
heels, 81,10, Work guaranteed. Rear
of Grill. 4940-3m
M. Rodrlgues 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.
-"For Sale" cards at Dullotlu...
At Auction At tho residence of Cnpt.
1 Thompson, 111.' l.unalllo St., near
Pcnsacola St., Tliursdny, July 13,
1911, at 10 o'clock a. in, the entlro
household furniture. Jus. W. Pratt,
Wllhelmlua Rlso ' Beautiful homo;
magnificent view. Building now be
ing completed. Attractive terms. See
Dr. i:. I.. luttliltiMin, euro Knlmukl
Land Co, Ltd.; Tel. 1659, 4950-tf
New attractlvo five-room cottage,
cheap. Everything modern. Nice
lawn; choice fruit nnd shade trees'.
Ninth Ave, Knlmukl, one block from
carllne; nhovo sanatorium. Inquire
of J, Rock, on premises. 4928-tt
Tho Transo envelope n, tlino-snvlng
Intention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co, bole agents for
New 6-room bungalow, Knllhl; lot
66MX218 82000; easy terms. Don
dero & 1-aiislng, 83 Merchant St,;
Phone 2553. 4953-tf
San Sun Fine Imported stationery.
Chinese literature, drawing Inks,
paper of all kinds. 133 Beretanla St.
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore.
plains nnd hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
gcnwald Bldg,; Tclephono 1602.
Selected Cnravonlca wool cotton seed,
A. V. Gear, 1214 Fort St.; P. O. Box
Inter-Island and Onhu Railroad ship
ping 'books, at Bulletin office. tf
Visit .tho aale nt Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4958-3m
Choice, cut flowers. Phono 3021.
WOOD FOR 8ALE.
Telephone to 021, ask for Walalae
Ranch, for firewood. 4969-lm
The sanitary regulations aro strict.
Savo yourself troublo by being pre
pared beforehand. Have Chas. R. PI
lares, tho sanitary plumber, look over
your work. 26 years' experience nas
made him competent. 1126 Union St
You should hnvo 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.; Tel.
John Mnttos, sanitary plumber and
sheet metal worker. Manufacturing
and repairing of auto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Beretanla St,; Tel.
Won Lout Co. Sanllary plumbers and
tinsmiths. Hotel St., bet. Maunakea
and Smith Sts.; Tel. 1033.
Yee Sing Kec Plumber nnd tinsmith.
Smith St.. bet. Hotel nnd Pauuhl.
Keep cool by drinking tho most de
licious him!. i water made in Honolulu,
All flavors. Delivered to your home.
Sunrise Soda Works; Tel. 1345.
fWhy drink Inferior grades when you
can have the best soda at came price?
All our goods comply with pure food
la, vv., Star Soda Water Co.; Tel. 2267,
We use artesian water, muklng our
soda superior to all' others, A drink
of our plnenppte Julco will convince.
Dragon Soda Works; Tel. 3152.
The tailoring company of dice Quong
has changed hands and la under new
management. Having engaged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guarantee, satisfaction. 14 King St
Wa Sing, manager. 49S2-3m
FOOK SANG, formerly tho Oahu Tail
or of Emma and Beretanla Sts.
withes his old patrons to call and
Inspect his fine lino of now fabrics
at his new store, McCandlcsn Itlk.,
Nuuanu und Pauahl. 4951-3m
Tho Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
repnlrlng. Work guaranteed. Phono
2748, Called for nnd delivered. Bcre-
unla, next to pumping station.
ALL THE LATEST CREATIONS IN
men's clothing. Clothes denned or
dyed. WING CHANG, 160 Hotel St ,
near Kekuullko, 4947-ly
The Pioneer Merchant tailor. Clothes
cleaned, pressed and, dyed. Bore
tanla and Emma .Sts. Phone 3125.
una ,StB. Ph
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE UMBRELLA
storo In Honolulu. High-grade re
pairing. New stock. 1281 Fori St.;
Tel. 2249. K. Mlziitu. 4965-lm
Dr. L. E. Case Office, Lewis' Stables;
Phone 2141, Residence phone, 1113.
Waakly BalletlB II per rear,
"Wo lend, others follow," In tho manu
facture; of carbonated beverages. One
prlco to all. Frco delivery. Phono
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Ltd,
34A North llcretanla St.; Clias. E.
Frushcr, manager. 4911-tf
You to sample our leading brands, such
ns "King's Cliolco" Scotch, Mcllroy
ci Herald and Corby's Canadian
whiskies. Tims. V. McTlglio & Co.,
proprietors, Progress Bar.
Kverjoiie'jlo have bis hat cleaned by
the Expert Hat Cleaners. Wo do tho
best work In tho city nt lowest pi Ire,
Expert Hat Cleaners, oppnsltn Club
Now's tho llmo to get your hat clean
ed. First-class work; low prices.
Special attention given to Panamas.
David Ortlx, Alnk'cii and King.
Patronize home Industry. Pure old Ha
waiian gin, mado under tho supervi
sion or the U. 8. Govt, obtainable
only nt tho Occidental liar. King and
Honest people to wear n gold watch
or diamond ring; 81 a week. No se
curity. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Visit the sale nt Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu-
nnu St. 4958-3m
I.aily's gold Wnlthum watch. Initialed
"II. P. W." Finder return In Bulle
tin olllco nnd recclvu reward.
Gold fraternity pin; star ami rresccnt.
Owner can liuvo same by railing nt
tho Bulletin olllcc and tilentlflng
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES.
On credit, 81 n week; no security.
Wear while paying. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Up-tu-datc cottage every convenience
No. 1325 Pilkol St.. corner of Mat
lock Ave. Poiscsslon given nfter
Junot23. For particulars seo "Prutt,"
No. 125 Merchant St 4955-tf
Clean, comfortable cottage, newly
dona up; 820. Apply II Mi Emma St.
The property known as "the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41x65. Tho build
ing will bo remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C. Brewer & Co, Ltd.
ROOM8 TO LET.
Nlco cool, clean, romfortablo room;
central. 1248 Emma St. 4971-5t
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LELAND 027 Beretanla; 'Phono
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
812; board, 835 per month. All mot-qulto-proof
luuul rooms. C.irs pass
tho door. 4911-tf
Cottugo with bath und board for cou
ple, A siilto of rooms with board
and hot and cold water bath. Shady
Nook, 1049 Beretanla St. Tclephono
Room nnd board, private family. Every
convenience. Two car lines pass
door 1942 King St. 4964-tf
Nlccly-furulshed rooms with board.
Apply 1366 King St.
No. 73 llcrottnla St. Electric lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J. II. Townscnd,
A tottagu furnished for housekeeping;
gas Move and electric lights. Young
St., mar corner Knplolaul St.
Five-room furnished cottano nt Cot
tugo Grove; 827.50. Inquire F. E.
King, Cottage Glove.
Cressnty's furnished cottages, Walklkl
Beach; Tel. 2868. 4889-tf
FURNISHED HOU8ES FOR RENT,
Furnished house, for the summer. All
conveniences; lino view over city;
very reusonublo rent for a desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Btungcnwuld
Bldg,; .Tclephono 1602. 4943-tf
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Wear ivvhlle paying II a week; no se
curity J Curio, Fort St. 4973-lm
and Coana Maxl
A large assort
(Following appealed In every San
I'ninclsio d.tlly on Feb. 13, 1911 )
Wo Invite j on to Inspect n recovery
that Is now In pioccss on Clay street,
In a ciimi of chronic I'.irciichymatoui
Neplultls Involving i hronlc iilbumi'iiii
rbi unit gencr.'il dropsy ,
'fills case will Interest you because
It 'Was carefully diagnosed by special
ists lit one of our best hospitals. Pa
tient had been tapped twhn mid par
ents tiiilllleil that recoviry was Impos
sible. An operation (dccapsiillug tlio
kidney) was advised, but ns no assur
ance could be given that liny results
could be hoped for the parents accept
ed Iho Inevllabln mid took the p-itlciit
homo to die. Before leaving the city
they decided lo make nun more effort
A physician was called III who put
the patient on Fulton's Ilcuat Com
pound, aiding It wllh heart, tonic and
ellmlnatlve treatment. Tho sixth day
results began to show. At this writ
Ipg 60 days later, thn albumen Is nenr
ly gone, the dropsy (omphtcly so tho
patient Is playing about thn room mid
the attending phvslclaii believes he
will I e ready to be tnken homo III nn
This case having been carefully d'
ng'ioscd bv somn of tho best profes
sional tiilcnl In this clly atid in one of
thn best hospitals mid recovery being
theoretically Impossible, the actual re
covery that Is now In process should
Interest those who still believe In tho
Incurability of chronic llrlght's disease
anil particularly physicians und hospi
tals who have patients slowly suc
cumbing imilir thn old methods. Tho
phvslclaii In charge will timkn mi ap
pointment wllh nnd meet physicians
who may bn Interested,
JOHN .1. FI'LTON CO..
fiir. Battery St, San Francisco
Honolulu Drug Co. Is local agent for
Fiillon's Renal Compound,
Send for literature to our San Frnn
Chiffon Note Paper
by the pound at
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING 8Y8TEM8, call or
write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
31 FORT STREET
WE CAN SHOW ONE OF THE
HANDSOMEST LINES OF
IN SILVER THEY ARE
STRONG AND IN
113 Hotel St.
CIOAK HOW Is
tf. A. OUNST & CO Artnti
"Thu Plomcr Plumber"
182 Merchant 8treet Phone 1931
Contractor end Bulld.r
Estimates given on ull kinds of
o Concrete Work a Speola'lty r '
AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO,
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic liulldlnif, corner Hotel nnd
Tlm best Lenses In town lo fit CTcrr
(Asrnclatcd Pnss Cable)
WASHINGTON, July 9. Alaskan
lands will ngiiln ho Iho subject of In-
Iciest In congiosH tomorrow' when It Is
I'lntosnd lo Klalt mi Inollltv teuard-
lug tho President's transfer of foiost
lamiH In Alaska to Iho public itomiiu.
Atmllicr Inquiry cxicc'cil In begin
tinuoirnw will bn hv llin lionso emu
tiiltli'o as to the expenditures of the
Inferior dcpaitment. Tho slalo do
n.'iittiKMit Investlcatlou bronchi forth
a number or Iricgiilnrltlcs, and mem
bers of the committee Intend lo make
a most thorough Inquiry as to the In
The nmcndmeiilH to the Canadian
leclproclty agreement Introduced by
Senator Cummins of Iowa, will be
acted limn bv Mm KOtiatn limiorrmv
und It Is hiatal Hint every one f them
will probably be (Ideated.
The latest of these niiiciiilmenlM Is
that In regard to thu entry of meat
ffee of duty, which has already been
rcsirtci upon adversely by the cum
mlltco. King and Queen Popular In Ireland,
DUBLIN. Ireland July 9. Their
Majesties, King (Icnige and Queen
Mary, attended sen Ices nt St. Pa
li Ick's Cathedral today. ,Tho great
buildings was packed. Wherever their
MnJestlcH went they were followed by
ciow'ds of Iho enthusiastic populace.
Tnnioriow Ills .Majesty will rcccito
addresses nt Dublin Castle,
Tomorrow evening will ho held a
stale banquet nt thu castle and nftei
wanls Hie King will hold n chapter of
the order or St Patrick.
N, E. A. Convention.
HAN FRANCISCO. July 9. The
convention nt thu National Eiliicnllnu
ii I Association opens In this city to
morrow wllli an attendance of 10,01m
delegates fioni all parts of thu world
It look sixty special trains to bring
tho delegates heio from tho various
sections of Iho country.
Great Inteicst Is being excited by
tho rumor that there Is n fight In anti
cipation over the rcimrt of the nom
Bankers to- be-Investigated. - -
WASHINGTON, July 9. Another
congressional Investigation now thieat
ens to starllo tho land, one which
may well throw In thu shade the sen
sations ol tho steel ami sugar trust
piohliiKs, iilic.'idy In progress.
Representative, C. A. Lindbergh, of
MlunCMiln, yesterday offered resolu
Hon railing for tho Investigation of
the banker's "comblno" as In restraint
Santa Rosa Passengers Unaccounted
POINT ARGUELI.O. California, Jul
a. 1'iiiirteen passengers of the Pael
lie Coast steamship Santa Rosa,
w reeked near hero on Friday, remain
unaccounted for and it Is feared that
they may have orlslied at the tlmo
the second initio and Ihreo moulders
of tho crew were drowned.
Mexican Politics Lively.
OAXACA. Mexleo. July 9. A llcrro
political riot broko out horn today
during n meeting, between partisans
of rival ratiilldates for governor nfthi)
stato of Oaxaru, wllh thn result that
eight worn killed and II ft ecu injured
licforo thu distill banco could ho quell
ed. Destructive Fires.
CHICAGO, July 9. Destructive flies
here today caused a loss of 8,'nii.onu,
when burns in tho nackimr district
weio hut lied and L'0:i horses polished,
iiisii vvnen a furniture vrareliouso was
burned with n loss of J 1 1)0,00(1,
No Gasoline, Aviator Glides to Earth,
NEW YORK. July 9 Uulla I.eko
wlsz, the aviator, while flying nt an
nltlliiile or 900(1 feet discovered that
his Kiisolliiu was exhausted and glided
safely to thn earth. It Is considered
u remarkable feat.
Union Mob Shoots Two.
CLEVELAND, Ohio. .Inly !). Usm
thu arrival In this city yeslnnlay or it
number nr nonunion strikebreakers a
mob or striking gaiment workers at
tacked the nowcciiuors, shooting two
or them mill Injuring others.
Gomez Will Resign,
MEXICO CITY, July 9. It Is mi
iiounced that Emilio Gomes, minister
of tho Interior, will soon resign his
position because of tho failure to ics
toro quiet throughout tho count ly.
Another Maine Fire.
IHDDHI'-OIU), Maine, July 9.
Fanned by it stioug wind llro did
lluo.uisi damagu In Iho business dis
trict or this city Inst iiIrIiI.
LONDON, July 9. James II, Kcene
tho noted Aniorlcan horseman and
capitalist, Is retried much Impruvud
IS THE ONLY EMULSION
If there was any other
Emulsion ai good as SCOTT'S,
SCOTT'S would not be the
only one Imitated.
For thirty-five years It has
been the standard remedy for
Cough, Cotdt. Lo ql
Ftuh, A.nmla. "BrcncftttU
Be nr. to (tt SCOTT'Si ererr
botil. of It I. nvssnj aa4 UcIimI Irr
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS. DI
VORCE. Chew Sak Pang, Libellant, vs. Chevy
Hak Ssnn, Libellant. Libel for Di
NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF LIREL.
Tho Territory of Hawaii to Chew Hak
You ale hereby notified that there Is
now penning before) the Presiding
Judge ut Chambers of tho Circuit Court
of Iho first Circuit, a libel for di
vorce instituted against jou by Chsw
Sak Pang, tho libellant, alleging as
grounds therefor desertion und non
support by you of the said libellant.
praying for it decree absolutely dis
solving tho builds of matrimony here
tofore and now' existing b tween you
and her, mid for thn awarding to her
of thn custody of the children. i
You urn further notllled that Thurs
day, thn 24th day of August, 1911, at
ho hour of nine III tlm forenoon, nt
Chambers, In tlm courtroom of the
abovc-cntltled (ourt, in Honolulu, City
and County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, bn thn tlmo and placu for
hearing said libel
Witness thn Honorable W. J, ROIt
INSON, Third Judge or the Circuit
Court of thn First Judicial Circuit, at
Honolulu aforesaid, this 15th day of
June, 191 1.
Ily tho Court: v
ROUT. PARKER JR , ,
4S13 June 19, 2; July 3, 10, 17. 24:
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION
Scaled tenders will bn received by
tlm Maul LiMiii Fund Commission up
to 10 n m. Saturday, August 5, 1911.'
for tho construction of uino reinforced
concrete bridges in the District 'of
Plans ami speclllciitlons may be had
of thn undersigned nt Ills nlllce In Will
lukii, or of the Superintendent of Pub
He Works, Honolulu, upon making a
deposit of tin dollars for Iho set.
Secretary, Maul Loan Fund Commis
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed tenders will lie received by
the Maul Loan Fund Commission up
to 10 a m Saturday, August 5, 1911,
lor the construction of n portion of
belt load from Mnliko to Patiwrla.
Plans and speclllcatlnns may be had
of tlm undersigned at bis nlllce In Wa-
lltiku, or of thn Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, upon making
a deposit of ten dollars for the set.
Secretary, Maul Loan Fund Commis
Notion Is hereby given that Manuel
K Conk, chief clerk of the Department
of Public Works, was tills day appoint
ed tlerk of the ilonril of Harbor Com-
ulloncrH, ami duly authorized and
directed to assume at once the duties
of such cli rk.
MARSTON CAMPRELL. J
Chairman, Hoard of Harbor Commis
sioners. . ,ji
Honolulu, July 5, 1911, 4972-31
Notice of Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of The First American
Savings & Trust Co. of Hawaii.
Notice Is hereby given that the an;
liil'il meeting of thn stockholders of The
First American Savings & Trust Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd, for tho election
of nllkers und directors, und for the
transaction of such other business as
may lie brought before the sto-khold-ers,
will bo held at its place of buslncsi
on Fort street. In tho city of Honolulu,
on Monday, the 17th day of July, 1911;
at 2 p. m
Paled ut Honolulu, July 7, 1911.
U T PECK.
Cashier and Secretary.
4972 July 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15.
! " B
niank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the UulletU'
AsffVA SM .