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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1911.
Till: PANTHEON SALOON rino Im
pelled ii ml domestic wines iiml liq
uors. J. F. Sllvu, prop.; llcrt Ilovvir,
mixologist. 1129 Nuunuu.
PIIOST SALOON Flno wines nnd lli
uors. Cull mid sou us. K. Snsakl,
prop, Ileretanla, and Maunukeu Sts.
Visit the rule nt Sing Fat's, 1013 Nnu
ami HI. 49C8-3m
NUUANU AUTO 8TAND.
For hire nt ull time, 1 1'ncknril, 2
Popes. Competent chauffeur. Nun-
nun, near llertliiiiln. Phone 31C8.
For hire, night or day, 12. M. F. 30J
competent driver, l'lione 2085; Ber
ttunlu iiiul Maunakea HIh. 4951-3m
For hire, seven-sealed 1'ucknrd. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Stund; Charles
Tlio Bllent Barber Shop, on Hotel St.,
linn hIx new pedestal hydraulic chairs
nnd ai many first-class American
BUY AND 8ELL.
Dlnmuuds, Hatches and Juwelry bought,
'sold mid exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
"Tried und true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For Kule by S. Miyamoto. 111
cyclp supplies und rvpulrlng. All
makes; new ami second luiiul. 182
King St. 4918-ly
K, Sato New and Hecond-hand bicy
cles. Agents famous Pierce cycles.
Our repair department Is In charge
of an expert. Iwllel ltd., opp. depot.
' 8. Komeya Kxpcrt bicycle repairing
all work guaranteed. New und sec
ond-hand whet Is at 'low prices,
Queen und Pnnchbnwl; Phono 2431,
lllgh-grndo bicycle repairing;' expert
work. New wheels ut lowest prices,
Also suitcases and trunks. N. Kugl
Mikl, 19G Hotel St., near lllver.
nRNTKD AND REPAIRED.
Expert work at reasonable prices.
Uyemurri, opp. bccldental Hotel.
BUY AND SELL.
New and second-hand furniture bought
und sold. Mirrors repaired nnd resll
vered. J. Takakl, King St;, Pulutua.
DIl. BIRCH Olllce.
Uldg. Phone 3308.
04 Alex. Young
Cluthes cleuned, dyed und pressed on
short notice. Called for und dellv-
" ered. l'hone 3029. 8. JIarudu, 1180
1 "Fort St. 484-tt
Cleaning, dyeing und repairing; tailor
ing. World Clothes Cleaning Co,
1S1C Nuuuiiu. K. Sklgekunl, prop.
Oeorgo Yamadu, general contractor.
EMtlmates furnished. 208 McCuiidlcss
llldg.; Phono 2157.
Ai'uhl & Co. II. Mntsuto, prop. Con
tractors und builders. House, paint
ing und paperhanglng; screens of ull
kinds. 208 Ileretanla St.; Tel. 1420.
M. Nlshlgayn, house painter, decorator
and contractor. No. 1250 Nuiinmi
St.; Telephone 3075. 4960-3m
Hiirada Choice cut llowers delivered.
11C0 Fort St.; Phono 3029.
Purine Electric Co. Motor nnd dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors und
generators of nil capacity for sale.
1152 Fort St.; Tel. 3132. 4959-lm
Try snmo of tho now
"Red Senl" Ilecords by
famous nrthts , ,
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
166 Hotel 8tret Phont 2313
Coinu nnd Kit Jewelry, diamonds or a
gedd vvutch; $1 u nick. Wcnr v 1 1 1 1 e
ln Iiik; lm security. J, Cnrlo, Fort
S. Kclilfjl Employment Olllcu. Japan
ese and Chinese labor iiupplled. Will
taku contruct work. Emma and ller
ctnln; l'liona 2511. 49&5-3m
Korean employment olllce. Competent
mala nnd fetnnlo help of all kinds on
short notice. Tel. 3011, 1133 Union.
Mntsumoto Employment Olllce Al
Jnpanese help furnished on short no
tice. Tel. 17CC. 900 Alakea, nr. King.
FUKUDO f..mploymi:nt office
Cooks, wnltirs, ynnlboys. King nnd
Punchbowl sts.; Tel. 188'!.
T. Ishlbashl, Klnnu Employment Of
fice; phone 1879.. 4S90-tf
'Little" John Hodrlgues Cabinet
maker. Plcturo framing nnd furni
ture repulrlng. String Instruments
repaired. Miller and Punchbowl.
Panama, straw nnd felt hats cleaned
and blocked. Work guaranteed, call
ed for and delivered. Jos. Roman,
122 llcrctanla St., next to tiro stntlon.
Phono lC.r,7. 49C3-lm
European hat cleaners. Old hats
cleaned nnd repaired, like new. Del-
II n Montulbu, Kumanuwal lane, near
Snnko & Co, 12C0 Nuuanu. Japanese
expert miniature gardeners. Clean
lots, contract building, painting, pa
perlmnglng', cement work, etc. Sup
ply laborers. Phone 3151. 4957-2m
U." 'Kbncko, 198 Hotel St, corner of
Itlvt-r. Importer nnd denier In all
kinds, pt(apuiyse matting.
Call nnd see 'tny lino' Oriental jewelry.
All1 Kinds if Jewelry1 rondo to order.
tlurguln prices. 'Watch repairing.
Fu'kuldo 'Watch Co , 222 Ileretanla St.
First-class" llwry turnouts n't reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2535.
Lew Toma Manila cigars In bond. Di
rect Importation. Wholesale or re
tall. 33 King St. 49C0-3m
Itheunintlsm, brain disease, neuralgia,
lumbago, ipilckly relieved, llecom
mi tided by il, number of prominent
' Honolulu cltlrens. K. Oshlmu, 34
Ileretanla St. 49C('-lm
Honolulu Painting Comisiny House
and sign palatini', paper hanging and
tinting. Jobbing u specialty. Import
ers of wall paper, paints, oils, etc. 74
Ileretnnla St , opp. Maunakea St. W.
II. Knm, manager. 4948-3m
PIiiiui taught by experienced teacher In
six mouths. New method. $3 inontli;
8 lessuiiH, Sperl.il nttentlon to ndult
beginners. "Music," Ilulletln olllce,
Mrs. Hodgson, teacher of piano. 1510
Emma, opp. Royal School. Seu Blgn.
John Pontes Shoes to order, 17; soles
und heels, 11.30; patches, 25c; rub
ber heels, 70c; ladles' soleb and
heels, 11.10. Work guaranteed. Rear
of Grill. 4S40-3m
M. ItodrlgueB Twelve yeurs of uatls-
factlon. 137 King St., formerly of
Ucthel St. Expert (.hoc repairer.
Y, II. Jong Expert shoo repnlrlng.
Union St., opp. Auto Delivery Co.
NEW DRUG STORE
8tocked with New
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
"For Bale" cards ut Ilullotln..
At Auction At the residence of Capt.
1 Thompson, llli" I.iiii.llllii St, nuir
Penrncnlti St., Thursday, July 13,
1911, lit 10 o'clock a. m, tlio entire
household furniture. Jus. W. Pratt,
NVIlhelmlnn Itlso lleuutlful homo;
inagnlllcent view, Uulhllng now be
ing completed. Attractlvo terms. See
Dr. E. I,. Htitihlnson, care Kalmukl
I-und Co, Ltd.; Tel. 1C59. 49IC-tf
New uttrnctlvo five-room cottage,
cheap. Evirythlng modern. Nice
lawn; choice fruit nnd shade trees.
Ninth Ave, Kalmukl, one block from
carllne; above sanatorium. Inquire
of J, Hock, on premises. 4928-tf
The Tronso envelop u tlino-snvlng
Invention. No addressing neccssury
In sending out bills or receipts, llul
Ictln Publishing Co, sole agentu fur
New C-rooin bungalow, Knllhl; lot
5GI&X218 12000; easy terms. Don
dero & Iinslng, 81 Merchant St.;
Phono 2553. 4953-tf
Flvo lots, three corners, nt n bargain.
on ICtli Ave. nnd Maunnlnn, Ocean
View, Kalmukl Address J. Hock,
San Sun I'lno Imported stationery.
Chinese literature, drawing Inks,
paper of ull kinds. 133 Ileretanla St.
Bargains In renl estate, on sea-shore.
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwutd llldg ; Telephone 1C02.
Selected CarnvonlcMi wool cotton seed.
A. V. Oenr, 1214 Fort St.; P. O. llox
Inter-Island and Oahu Ttallroud ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
Visit tho sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4958-3m
Choice cut (lowers. Phone 3029.
WOOD FOR 8ALE.
Telephone tn 021, ask
Itnnch, for flrovvood.
Tho snnltury regulations are strict.
Save yourself trouble by being pro
pared beforehand. Havo Chan. II. PI-
lares, the sanitary plumber, look over
your work. 2C years' experience Has
made, him competent. 112C Union St
You should linvo your plumbing done
by a "PI.HMI1ER." Ten years' ex
perience has taught me tho science
of plumbing. The only und safe way.
C. I. Almeida, 11 Puuahl St.; Tel.
John Mattos, sanitary plumber and
sheet mital worker. Manufacturing
und repairing of auto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Ileretanla St.; Tel.
Won Loul Co Sanitary plumbers and
tinsmiths. Hotel St., bet. Maunakea
and Smith Sts.; Tel. 1033.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber nnd tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel nnd Pauuhl.
Keep cool by drinking the most de
Melons sodu uuter mude. In Honolulu.
All llavors. Dillvered tu your home.
Sunrlso Soda Works; Tel. 134E.
Why drink inferior grudes when you
can have the best soda at same price?
All our goods comply with pure food
law. Star Soda Water Co ; Tel. 2287.
We usa artesian water, making our
soda superior tn ull others. A drink
of our plnenpplo julro will convlnco,
Dragon Sodu Works; Til. 3152.
Tho tailoring company of Cheo Quong
has changed hands und Is under now
management. Having cnguged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guarantee satisfaction. 14 King St.
Wu Sing, manager. 4952-3m
FOOK HANO, formerly tho Oahu Tail
or of Emma and llerctunlu Sts ,
wIMies his old patrons to cull and
Inspect his lino lino of now fabrics
ut his new store, McCandlcss Illk ,
Nuuunu und IVuiuhl. 4951-3m
Tho I.lon Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phono
2748, Culled for und delivered. Here
unlii, next to pumping station.
AM. THE LATEST CREATIONS IN
men's clothing. Clothes cleaned or
dyed. WINfl CHANC1, 150 Hold St,
near Kekaullko. 4947-ly
Tho Pioneer Merchnnt tailor. Clothes
cleaned, pressed nnd dye'd. Ilere
tnnla und Emmn Sts. Phono 3123.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE UMURELI.A
stole In Honolulu. Illgh-grado re
pairing New stork, 1284 Fori St.;
Tel, 2219. K Mlzllta. 49C5-1UI
Wccklr Balletln II per rear.
People to know that th follow lug-
named drivers with tnr miiiilur-,
lunstltiitii the Empire Auto Stand on
Hotel Ht , between llcthel anil Nun
ntui Sts : Dunn, enr Nh 27J, lien
find, No. 448! Vlelru, No 34, HWiey,
No 717. The enrs riimiliig out of the
Owl (larnge lire not hi miy u i' niii
nectid f 1th our telephono No. 2213.
We lend, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. One
prlcp to all. Freo iklUery Phono
3022. Honolulu Soda Wutir Co, Ltd,
34A North Deretanla St ; t'hns E
Fni'her, manager. 4911-tt
You to sample our leading brands such
ns "Kings Choice" Hrotch, Mcllrny
er, Herald nnd Corby's Canadian
whiskies. Thos. F. MiTlglm & Co,
proprietors, Progress liar.
Everyuno to have his hat tlcnmd by
the Expert Hnt Cleaners. We do tho
best work In tho city at lowest pi lee
Expert Hot Cleamrs, iippusltp Club
Patronize homo Industry. I'uro old Ha
waiian gin, mailu undir the supervi
sion of the U. H. Rnt, obtaln.iblo
only nt tho Occidental liar. King und
llnncst people to wenr n gold natrli
or diamond ring; II n week No se
curity. J. Cnrlo, Fort St
Visit' tho snln nt Sing Fat's, 1011 Nuu-
nnu St. 4958-3m
An experkneed bookkeepi r wtthkniinl-
edgu III groceries nnd general mir
chandlse desires posliliin Has good
references. Address "I.. E. I.", 1 till
let In olllce. 497t-3w
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES.
On iredlt, H u weik; no security.
Wear whllo paying. J Carlo, I'ort Ht.
Up-to-datq cottugc ijiry lomenlence
No. 1325 Pllkol St., lormr of Mat
lock Ae. i'lMsesslmi given after
June 23. For particulars sie "Pratt,"
No. 123 Merchant St. 4955-tf
Clean, comfortuble, 'cottage, newly
done up; fi9. Apply 14kC Emma St.
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of" fort und Queen
atrcets. Dimensions 41x65. The build
ing will be remodeled to suit tenant
Apply to,C. lirewer & Co.,. Ltd..
No. 73 Ileretanla St. Electric lights
und running water. In euch room.
Price reasonable. J. II. Townsend,
Clean furnliheil rooms,
U end !2
il week. 1281 I'ort St
Cottage, furnished for boun-ke-eplng.
Electric lights and modi rn conve
niences. S71 Young St, near corner
I'lve-room furnished eottugii ut Cot
tiigo Clruve; 127.50. InijUlri; 1". E.
King, Cuttuga drove.
Cresmity's furnished collages, Walklkl
Eoach; Tel. 28C8. 4889-lf
FURNISHED HOU8ES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, for tho summer. All
conveniences; lino vtuw over city;
very rtusonnblu rent for n desirable
tenunt. "Pratt," 101 Stangenwnld
llldg,; Telephono 1C02. 4943-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE I.EI.AND-027 Il.retiinln; 'Phono
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
112; board, S35 per month, All 11101-fiulto-proof
Innul rooms. Curs pans
the door. 4941-tf
Cottage with bath and board for cou
ple. A suite of rooms with board
und hot und cold water bath. Shady
Nook, 1049 IlerttanU Ht. Telephono
Room und board, private family. Every
ronvenlc-nee-. Two car lines pass
door. 1912 King St. 4'JCI-tf
Apply 13CG King St.
WATCHE8 AND JEWELRY.
Wear while paying Jl u week; no se
curity. J Carlo, Port Ht, 4973-lm
Dr. I K. Cnfco Olllce, Lewis' Stables;
Phnuu 2141. lleHldinco phono, 1113.
182 Merchant Street
-ULLETIN ADS PAY
To Gt lid
Rat and Roach Paste
li the moat reliable exterminator; alio
lor rats, mice, watcrbugi, etc.
Oct the Otmilnc. Montr tck If It fsIU
25c and t. 00. Sold Everywhere
WE CAN SHOW ONE OF THE
HANDSOMEST LINES OF
IN SILVER THEY ARE
STKONC1 AND IN
113 Hotel St.
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
daily and bj supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU 8T.
has the best Home-Matle
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring ii 2i 24.
1129 FORT STREET
Oelivered to All Parti of City
EAT AT THE
Everything New 8ervlce Excellent
Cook a i c
With UA J
May's Old Kona Coffee
Bait In the Market
The Beit Milk You Can Ut
AT ALL DEALERS ,
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. IE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
3-85 King Street, near MtQbakea
and Coarse Mexi
cans. A large assort
ment. HAWAII &
pKpr JT- V
(Aluocllte,l Press OiMe )
ATLANTIC cm. . J, Jul) 11
III I. stlimioll three-e ordered eotitest
lor the Crniul Exalted ituliridilp of tho
Elks, In which I'oloni'l J"hn I' SiillUnn
nf New Orleans, I'liarh'S It It istmr)
of Dallas, Tel., anil Arthur More hind
uf New Veirk wire tho candidates, the
iimsi milled dele gates of the Elks" lodge
of the Union today iliose the New Or
leans favorite as their leadtr
A Saloonlett Union.
Tim International Christian EiideaMir
convention, which Is nisei In seslon
lure, to leiiuluele tomorrow, held u
musing tinipiraiii'e tiui'llng today nnd
adopted, amid scenes of e nthuslumi, a
new Christian Endi'ineir slogan, name
ly, "A S.iloonh'ss Nation by 1920,"
ALASKA IS UP FOR A
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 11 Tho
eomiultteii oil expe mill lir.B of the
fliuisc, which has ln-giiu u probing Into
llin iKie. nuts of the Department of the
Ilit.-I leir, will lommelico tomorrow ull
lmiuiiy on the gem nil conditions III
Alaska The iiiiuniltteo had Intendeil
tu restrict Its InM'Stlgiitliins to an In-
cinlrv loiuirnliig the uilmliilMnith'i
iirdi r regarellng the disposal of tho Con
Holler ll.ij waterfront, uieiulri'd by the
tlilggelilielius, but It Is now resolM'd
tn irake tho Imiulry lis broad as possible-.
FISHERMEN AND PIRATE8
FIGHT DEADLY BATTLE
VICTORIA, II C, July 11. Wonl
has re-iilied lure of u running battle
that look pl.ue today ut Ilrldgepurt, be
twei'ii the flshennen tending the traps
mi the Ciudiin lth ir nnd llsh pirates
The pirates attacked the INIiernieiinnd
pillaged their i-amps. besides de-Mroy
lug n large number of the traps The
fishermen, who are mainly Japanese,
fought back In the battle, twelve-men
were killed and the- ntlmber nf Injured
runs tu over lorly
FOREST FIRES AGAIN
' THREATENING TOWNS
DETROIT, Mich.. July The
towns of All Sable-, 0coda and Alpena,
Important lumbering centers In tho
northern part of thu State, are men-
aced by tho .forest -llrcs povy ruling
throughout tho Pigeon Hlvei-misinc-i.
The forests In that section are ulkimi',
and tunny Itunjwfnu'iif In lhe lutchjr
rnmpsJ haVMii-en cut 'on 'anll'iiro In
WIN ATHLETIC EVENTS
LONDON, July 11. Tied ut tho be
ginning of llu- one mile run, tho Inst
of the nine events In the International
unlverlty nthletlr meet. -In which tho
pick nf Harvard and Yule were match
ed ngnlnst the athletes of Oxford nnd
Cambridge, the llrltlshers won tho meet
through IUkcr of Oxford defeating
IjiwIi-ss of Harvard
ItOCHESTER, N Y July 11. Impe
rial Potentate Fred A. lllnes, nt to
day's session of the Imperlnl Council
of the Shrlncrs, urged the. purchase of
11 permanent Mere-a, to consist of 11 vnst
estate- nt some central place-, whe-rn
Shrlncrs could gnther nt all time nnd
which would be especially planni-d and
laid out for great Shrine gulherlngs,
TO MRS. C. J. SCH0ENING
A delightful Rtirnrlbo pirty wns
tendered tn Mis. C. J. Schoenlng, wife
nf tho popular itutomuhllo man, ut the
resilience- of Tliomas lluyd In 1'alohi
Valley last night. Mr. Hchocnlug was
luvlli-d theio In dinner ami Just us
that pleasant event wus ruining to u
close sumo thirty or tuoru fi lends
hurst Into the house loaded with ev
ery thing that goes tu make up a com
I Inlc surprise party.
This nlTulr wns In the nature of ,
farewell, ns Mm. Scliiieiilng leaves on
tlio Claudlne Friday la rcslilo on Muttl
lierimtucnlly, Mr. Bchounlng Iiiih ch
t.ibll.slieil an iiutniuubllo business on
the Vulley Isle.
(lames, cuids nnd music filled In
the evening, and nrierjjje prizes vveru
distributed Ilio prrsonlutlou of u re
meinbrniit'e gilt was made to Mrs.
Schouiilng, coining from nil of her
valley friends. When tlio package
was opened It discovered 11 beautiful
drawn work table cover. Tho leclpl
cut was visible affected when she
made a filling reply It, nccctplng tho
kindly rcmctiibr.inco of those who
uro sorry to have her leave tho little
circle, nnd the host wishes go with
her In her new home Among those
present were: Mr and Mrs lluyd, Mr
and Mrs. OriuUtoii. Mr nnd Mis. Fos
ter, .Mr ninl Mrs Merrill. Mr ami
Mis, Railway, Mrs Hicks, .Mrs. Stone,
MlH C...I Sclioetilug, Miss Hicks, Mr,
Clydu Wtlght, Mr Vnnvvagner,
Acrordlng lo guveijitnent exports
picst-iit Imllcalious point to I his
ea Tn cotton ctop us Ibo latgust the
country over produced".
Sealed tenders will be received by
tho Hoard of Kllperlors of the City
mid I iiiuitj of Honolulu up tu 12 til. of
Thurseliiv Jul) n, for the moving of
a live- roiini selioolliiiuse- on the- lot at
turner of Piitirhbiivvl nnd King street,
Proposals must be- in n M-nted envelope-
iiililre'ssid to the City and Conn
ie Clerk, mid plainly marked on tho
biitslif.-, "Propooal for Moving lliilldlng,
Etc . I'ohlikiilnn School "
Ilnvli blildir will state In his propo
I A fpeellle sum for which In- will
furnish nil labor and miitirl.il nndroin
plite the- work.
2. The time reeulrid for the comple
tion nt tin- work
Plans mid Spiclllcatloiis'cnn be had
upon iipplkullon to the City ami
I) KAI.AL'OKAI.ANI JR.
Cllv mid County Clerk.
3t -July 10, 11, 12.
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed temlers villi be received by
the Maul 1 .on ii I'nnil Coimnlssloii up
In 10 n in Saturdav, August 5, 1911,
for the construction of nine- reinforced
concrete- bridges In the- District of
Plans and spec mentions may be had
of the undersigned at his olllce In Will
lukli, or of tin- Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, Honolulu, upon mnklngu
deposit of ten elollirs for tho set.
Secretary, Maul l.o.m rum! I'omtnH-i-Ioii.
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Se-aled tenders will be received by
the- Maul l.o.m l'und Commission up
to 10 u in Saturday, August 6, 1911,
for the construction nf n portion of
belt ru.ul from Mullku to Puuwelu.
Plans nnd specifications may be hart
of the tin.li rxkiu.t ut Ids olllce In Wu
lliiku, or of the Superintendent -of
I'ublle- Works, Honolulu, upon making
a eh posit of ten dollars for the set.
Seen tary. Maul I.onn l'und Commis
IN THE CIRCl'lT COURT OF THE
FJrst Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate-. In the mat
ter lit tho Estate- nt Henry O Mnr
ihiint, formerly Henry (Irtibe. de-Cens-id
No. 437". On rending mid filing
the Petition of John. (Irubo of Hono
lulu; 6iihU. Territory of Ilnwull, alleg-
It w Mj-., i-alflrH..'tii. .'&..
ng thnt the nbove-nnme-d Henry O.
Mnichantaof llo.-ton. Mass, dlepl ut
IloatiiiiJ 1n.,on) tho lltli day i Au
gust, A D.'lfiOS, leaving property with
in tho Jurisdiction of tills Court neces
sary In bo administered upon; nlso al
leging that the sjid Henry a. Mur
cluint left 11 Inst Will nnd Testament,
which snld last Will and Testument
has nlrendy been ndmltted to probate
In tho Probate Court of Suffolk Coun
ty, Mnss, nnd praying thnt Letters of
Ancillary Administration with tho will
annexed Issue to Walter Murlon Illxby
of snld Honolulu; It Is Ordered, that
Monday, the 31st day of July, A. D.
1911, nt 10 o'clock 11. in, bo and hefeliy
IsiupiHilntc-d for hcarlngJsald Petition
In the courtroom nf this Conrt,'IH'1he
Judiciary lliilldlng In the City nnd
County or Honolulu, nt which tlnie und
place nil persons concerneil tnnyr up-pi-iir
nnd show ennui-. "If any lliey'liuve,"
why said Petition should not bo grant
ed. Dated, Honolulu. June 28. 1911.
lly the. Court: J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of ll)e Circuit Court of the First
Circuit. Ijinucli Ac Itohlnsmi, attor
neys for petitioner, 501 Stungemv'ulil
tj 4KC5 Juno :;.Julv' 5, 12. 19. "' '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Huvvsll. At
Chambers In Probate. Number 4401.
In tho matter of the Estate of Ylm
Ilium, Deceased. A document purport
ing le be the lisl Will und Testament
of ilKcanil having on the 20th day of
June, 'A. II. 1911, been presented to said
Probate Court, nnd n, petition for pro
bate thereof, prujlug for the Issuance!
of Letters of Administration with Will
nuWxesl.'to K. I.llin l'at having been
llled by S I.um Fat; It Is Ordered,
that Monday, the 24th day of July, A.
D. 1911, nt 10 o'clock n. m of snld day,
at the courtroom of said Court In tint
Judiciary building In, tho City nnd
County of Honolulu, bo nnd the Hiuna
Is hereby appointed tho tlmo and pi ico
for proving snld Will and hearing snld
application Dated, Honolulu, June 20,
1911 lly tho Court; J. A. THOMP
SON, Clerk, Circuit Court, First Cir
cuit Llu A Dlcke-y, attorney for Ilia
4959 June 21, 28; July 6, 12.
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