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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUE8DAY, JULY 18, 1911.
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Your Suits at
Also a large line of
DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY,
DOMESTIC GOODS, etc
L. B. KERR & Co.,
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
Statement of Resources &
On' linnd JI6.04fJ.93
' In bank 61,012.21
- ,In Imnk an trustee 20,515.73
; In bank' (re cs. .
ty Inioft) .'. 32,193.28
' In agents' hands.. 22,428.37
fcl -i 1181,202.54
Bonds .' 49,003.25
' Stockh In other cnrporatluni). 32,295.00
Real estate 42,048.60
Office furniture and fixture. 4,992.01
, oani,. demund and time..
Accounts due i,h at Interest
m - iiT'i"fli niLuuii,n ..vie u.in,
JjL-yXipt other than thote spe-
i'frcrrltory of Hawaii, )
Island of Oahu )
I. Louis Abrams, Secretary ot, Hawaiian Trust Company. Limited, do sol--
iMnnly swear that the above statement
MP. HnViurrllti.il un.l Mtvf.pn In linf.ipn ma'tMu ?4h .lav nf .tulv A. T 11111.
Notary rulillc, First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
CANADIANS SEEK TO
; Control of Salmon Industry
.13 oi the Northwest baia
to Be Involved.
. . ...n.. . ..
LkXjmtrol of (he salmon fishing Industry
J0f: ruget rtouna, worm iinecn minion
xfnlluru hiiiiuhIIv. 1h Maid to bo Involved
$' lri'un elaborate survey begun today by
-'nKlnecra In the employ of -the Cuna-
! ''dtun government, It Is stated that
T? '. I.ntu .lain friif liofnrl l,V lha Mnfrlnnprtl.
&. 'fir "" ' "" ".;
. l rrprrscniuiiuiis in inn uniiiu rmuja
government will be prepared seeking to
fc,w t,mt the l,rpHenl bondury linn
pijjrougn aro BirHii iw incorreci unu
9tn( In iirrnrH with the nwiird of thtti
ft 'AT" ' l
1 1' r1iiimun li'miiArnr' ulin tiMi U uliliillnt All
V ij Yy" IIII1 llll'viiii " nw ae m !" i -
ftJipipIro under the, treaty pf Washings
I;. P toil In 1871, by which the' Ban Juan.
i S'i'iijand dispute with Great Urltaln wu
iW- S,"1"1- . .....
g'M'Should the protest of the Canadians
i'-.ke allowed and the lino established iih
'"' Wak .IbhIumi II ulmxlil l.n mnni' smnll
'.' - I . ... ... , .. 1....
K UVIUIMIS mill H IHTHC liuil in oai uuaii
Uj, .Mhiiid Itself would bocome HrltUlnpos-'
wVrho territory Is th key to the sal-
P n;on Industry, and with It control of
i ', tiV itiuun.tj nuuiu ,'CTn ,u vatlHMOl . .,u
'engineering work Is In charge of D. It.
JJWcCallum, an expert topographer cm-
:'.. ..lik.'to.f l.v '.h4f1aniirtlan . ffnvevnm.nfi
Have you seen our
wonderful display of
Suits which we have
on bale at 1-2 of
what you pay else
where? You had better call
and invest in one of
them, as you will
never have such a
Liabilities, June 30,1911
Capital fully paid up, . .V. . . . 1 20O.QQ0.0O
Trust and agency accounts.. 167,845.78
Undivided profits 93,525.67
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la true to the best of my knowledge
. LOUIS ABRAMS.
I1ENJ. U MARX. .
and luunchea were dispatched from
Victoria yesterday conveying the par-
tics which will do the Held work. Five
men arrived at Olga, the nearest ap
proach to Mount Constitution, on Ur
eas Island, last night, and tents, flash
light and supplies were telephoned to
the top of the mountain.
Nightly for a period of several weeks
to come, n light will bo flashed from
the (rest of Mount Constitution, n lieu
con from which the engineers will com
plete, liy trlangulatlon, certuln dli
tunccH uml boundaries In the vicinity
of the International line.
Members of the engineering party
refused to discuss the purport of their
... ... ....
work, nut readily admitted that they
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p0 of runnlns-lines with reference. o
Emma, Abovs Vineyard
Patronized by persons of
refinement. Rooms single
or en suite, wBh or with
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
NAN IS SORRY
SHE LEFT US
Miss Nan Asplnwall, tho Montana
rowglrl, who was n dweller In Hono
lulu Inwn for some nionthB and whllu
here plajcd a successful engagement
at one of the local theatres, wno has
Just completed n nvc-lhousand-mllo
ride on hnrc hack from San Fran
cisco tn Now York carrying n moB-
sngo. from Mayor McCarthy to Ma
yor Gnynor writes Honolulu friends
from Lebanon, I'eim., that she has
spent n .goodly portion of the time
since leaving hero lamenting the fact
that she ever departed the coral
strand of Wnlklkl.
"Tho happiest moments of my long
ride across mountains, deserts and
prarlcs havo been the memories of
the time spent In Hawaii," states
The Harrlsburg Patriot, under date
of June 30th, has this to say of the
daring girl rider, who was onco a
familiar figure on the streets of Ho
nolulu: Smashing all long-distance and en
durance records for horseback riding
and establishing a world's record for
herself, Miss Nan J. Asplnwall, more
commonly known as tho Montana
Girl, arrived In this city at 3:30 yes
terday afternoon, riding astrldo her
handsonio sorrel maro on the last lap
of her. 5000-mllo trip from San Fran
cisco to New York City.
The plucky rider Is the typical cow
girl of the 'western plains, Is about
five feet six Inches tall, and dresses
In true western style. Sho wears a
broad-brimmed felt hat, a comfort
able looking blue and white "Middle"
waist, short brown Tiding Skirt and
boots. . i
Miss Asplnwall certainly thinks a
groat deal of her horse. Lady Ellen
Lorenxcn, a thoroughbred. She Is n
fine-looking eight-year-old, seventeen
hands high, and averages twenty-flvo
miles a day hard travel. No one Is
allowed to go near the horse except
her mistress, who Rives her a bath
and rubdown every day, and as a re
sult sho Is In tho very pink of condi
MIbs Asplnwall left Son Francisco
on September 1, 1910, and was lost
fur two days and a night In the
mountains, and at one 'time was
forced to ride ninety miles between
watering places on tho desert. Her
longest stop was four days. Sho Is
carrying a message pertaining to the
exposition to be held In San Fran
cisco In '1915 from Mayor McCarthy
of that city to Mayor' Oa.ynor of New
York' city. She. supports, herself en.
tlrely by exhibitions of larlat-throw
Ing.-at which she Is an expert
' Adjutant-General J. W. Jones of the
National Guard of Hawaii' expects or-
dera from headquarters tn about ten
days Instructing him In regard to the
The plans submitted suggest that tho
six companies of Infantry and one hos
pltal company of this Island camp at
T.ellehua, two at n time, for n week's
duration, the two companies at Maul
to camp ut Walluku and tho ono at
IIIIo to camp In the Immediate vicinity
of that city. As things generally turn
out us planned by the National Guard
this system of encampment will prob
ably be adopted.
LIEUT. JOHNSON TO
Lieutenant Johnson of the Eighth In
fantry will arrive In Honolulu some
time, In September for tho purpose of
Instructing tho mllltla.
At the present time Johnson Is un
dergoing a course "of Instruction at the
Fort Leavenworth School, In regard to
the system and routine set down by
thri'U. H. government for teaching such
a body of men.
REAL ESTATE TEANSA0TIOH8.
Entsred for Record July 17. 1911.
From 10)30 a. m. to 4)30 p. m.
D Forbes to l'lla Akiina and hsb,.Rcl
J J Hllva to S M Kuaekuahlwl and
John Todd to von Hamm-Young
Co Ltd CM
Mrs A M Kershner to von Hamm
Young Co Ltd CM
Gaspar Sllvu and wf to Mary F de
Nobrcga i D
Frances Awa and hsh to Grace D
Sedgwick ,. M
Mrs Chung See to I, M'Get CM
EnUrod for Record July 18, 1911.
A V Gear and wf to Fred Harri
son . , : CM
Fred Harrison to A V Gear and
wf , . . . , . Agrmt
Margaret Llshman to Florence
Murccllo Cabalos, a Filipino, who wab
accidentally struck by nn automobile
owned by Mrs. C. J. Robinson last
night, and who was afterwards sent to
the Queen's Hospital for treatment, Is
Improving, according tn the physicians.
It Is oxpectcd that he will be out In a
few days. When Cubalos was picked
up by the police, after the accident. It
was thought that his t.kult had been
fractured, but examination at the hos
pital by the physicians proved that he
had not suffered cjulto so seriously.
IS A GOOD ONE
There .are two sets' of headllners at
the BIJou this week, and they divided
honors 'last night. Tho first set con
sists of Duke Johnson and Mae Wil
liams, the .colored singers and danc
ers, and the crowd went to Bee them,
nut when the Recce trio appeared In
a musical novelty act and ended by
sending out one of the best contor
tionists that has ever shown here, and
that a, little girl looking not over
twelve years old, tho house was lav
ish In Its applause.
There havo been some poor shows
at the nljou, but this Is not one of
them. The Reece trio, a man, wom
an and the child-wonder, are all good.
The man plays everything from a
xylophone to a' piano, and is a "shark"
on a cornet and a tubo, while his rag
time work on n 'slide trombone Is a
whole hit by Itself.
Tho little girl, billed ns La Petite
Laurie, not only takes part In the
musical end of the skit, but closes It
with some unusually good contortion
work. Her. star effort Is picking up
a handkerchief from the floor with
her teeth, bending .backward to the
floor from a standing' position on two
chairs. This child apparently has no
backbone and her slender arms are
strong as steel.
The, 'coon singers and dancers,
Johnson andWclls, make their usual
hit Johnson Is three-fourth of this
team. His eccentric dancing Is high
class and ho Is full of .comedy. Mae
Wells easily, makes good in her songs
and dances a little, but that little Is
The Boardman sisters are only fair.
As singers. they do not score, but they
make up for vocal shortcomings by a
little Dutch dance that runs with a
The films are Interesting, one being
scenes from Australian gold mining.
The effect of the whole shows is a
good one, a lively oneand It deserves
generous' patronage this week.
If the Hagtlme'"trlo would stick to
chorus work and develop that, they
would please local' afdlances better.
The Ragtime Trio jrnembers work
together well, but' the toongs sung last
night were neither 'toew nor parti
cularly attractive. ''
Barnes and Robinson!' in piano and
song selections, made' a, moderate
success. The songs' are so badly
sung that the words can . hardly be
understood In the back half of the
There are a lot of good Alms at the
Savoy this week, though, and one or
them Is particularly laughable a
"rube" film, with Zeke and Zobboth
rivals for the hand of a young lady.
Inasmuch as. tho amorous swains are
both on the shady side of sixty, at
least In the pictures, the chase fur
nishes many a laugh and when the
lady Anally throws both down, the
climax Is not only tunny, but unusu
ally well doplcted In the Alms.
The Savoy will not disappoint the
lovers of moving pictures.
Castlo dived after' a few bunts Sat
urday off the Kelos, but went In the
wrong direction almost every time a
few of thorn landing right over him 'as
ho ran up to meet them.
Koyama is hitting some of late. He
managed to get two peachy hits off
Joy Sunday while at bat three times.
He did not And Castle at all In Sat
urday's game. f
Scorer Raposa'ls getting tired of
vv iiacn ui. uiuuu preliminary
games. The errors are fearful. Tho
changing of players makes It tiresome
for him also.
Tho members of the Kelo baseball
team were the guests of. honor at a
reception given by Consul Uyeno at
his residence on Nuuunu avenue last
What! will the Chinese do to the
Kelos tomorrow Is the. talk arouu 1
town. They hiive a chance, to make
good (his time.
lloopll, one of tho heavyweights on
the Star team scored two, runs for his
team Saturday; and' netted a two-bagger.
An agreement for ten years where
by the Boston and Albany will allow
the Now York, Now Haven and Hart
ford railroad to run" trains between
Pittsburg and North .Adams, Ashland
and Boston and Newton Highlands
and Boston lias been made.
Weekly BnlUtla II per rmr,
8lngors and Dancers, Featuring
La Petite Laura
World's Greatest Contortionist '
AMERICA'S GREATEST COLORED
Claity 8lnglng Act
NEWEST IN PICTURES
MTh Houtt of Good Films"
DONT MISS THE NEWEST
Barnes & Robinson
Featuring Piano and Clever Reports
ALSO, HEAR ONCE MORE
Tho Boys with tho Musical Novtltlts
LATEST MOVING PICTURE8
(Houto of Good Films)
MOVING PICTURES ONLY
' Every Evening
Monday Wednesday Friday
VERY LATE8T PHOTO PLAYS
PRICES 15c, lOo
TWO GAMES - TWO GAMES
Saturday, July 15
1l30 ST. LOUIS vs. J. A. C.
3i30 P. A. C. vs. KEIOS.
Sunday, July 18
1l30 P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
3i30 HAWAII8 vs. KEIOS
Prices 75c, 50c, 35o and 25o
Reserved Seats for center and wings
of grandstand can be booked at B. O.
Hall & Son's sporting department, tin
trance, King street.
Vlcktes on sale at M. A. Qunst's
Cigar Store and Hawaii Drug Store,
Hotel street, from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 a. m. Sunday.
MIDWEEK 8CHEDULE, Commencing
at 4 P. M." .
July 19 Keloi vs. All-Chlnete
July 26 Kelo. vs. All-Chlnete
PRICES 50c, 35c, 25o
NEW DRUG STORE
Stookod with Now Drugs and
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at ond of Bethel
Whitney & Marsh,
In Fine Lawns, Ginghams
$3.75 to $10.50
Also a complete line of
Agents for HALL-BOECHERT
(Reg. Uis. Pot. Off.)
Quality is Un Bast Advertisement
Pinoctar Sales Co., Ltd.,
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment' Terms
HE THE FORMFIT SSH
Lli CAkimmonn OsteOP&th.C
UI. JUIUIl.ICII.il, PI
175 BERETANIA AVE., eorner
Every carbon lamp in town should
be replaced by a
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
t Better Light
) Economy .
Electric Co., Ltd.
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