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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, SATURDAY 8EPT.-9,-111,
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
v J X 1 Limited1
Statement of Conditional June 30, 1911
' ASSKTH ' I I.IAIIIMTIKB.
Cnsh cm Irind mill In 1i:mk. . $N,7n8 07
lira I cstalo 2074 1S
Utorki mill other Imistiiients 47,,i05!3
Mortgage rceim-il liy real
' rjiiiiu r.n,i3.co
Loans, deiiuiinl mid limn .... nir.,d7 lis
nTrnlliir.i utiil llxtnri'4 ,0o(i0n
Aariiul Interest u-crlvnhla. S,Oi"f,i
r.o': mill in ioo,ooo.oo
bllllj 100,000 00
Un.lh I.I.I 1 prnllts 03.CSC 44
Trust niul iiKcnoy accounts.. 3!H,0l:!.!G
(Mliir nihilities SSS.71
PERSONAL MENTION OF
H0N0LULANS HERE AND ELSEWHERE
Territory iif Hawaii
(,'lty mul, Cininly of Honolulu)
s- I, A. N. Cniiiplioll, Tre.iiiirfr of the llenry? Wntcrhnnso Trmt Co, Mil.,
ilo'xiMiiiinly swear Hint thunbuvp MiitcnVnt 'la Iriiu li llni Iicxt if my
. liluiuli.lt,!' mul belief. '
A. N. CAMPHHI.T..
"s Subsirlbeil niul Hwnrn Id aiororp. me this HI lnv of Jn'ly, A. IX 1911
49C!j July 3,
22; Aug. 1G;
J NO. OUII.D.
Nolnry labile, I'lrpt Judicial Circuit.
heavy duty Marine and Stationary Gat Engiltes are built In Ban Francltoo,
Cal. 1, 2,, 3, 4 anil I) Cylinders) 4 to 250 H.
'--'r.iri'Vt, v '
Imperial rapid advanca in trad U due'to Ita having the highest officii
ency of any gas angina In our market. Every potsiblereeaution la taken In
the manufacture of Imperial aa to bee of material being used, exact, and.
itandard sizes turned out. .Be euro the name "Imperial" la on your engine.
Qood engines aro cheap at reasonable prices) cheap enjinn are dear at any
price. Call and we will show you Imperial engines, bis and small, marine
and stationary, working In Honolulu. Imperial agent for Hawaiian Islands Is
HENNINQ A. PETER80N, 1150 Atakea StretP. O. Box 155, Honolulu.
CAREFUL BAGGAGE MEN
- . Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
King Street, near Alakea
1 ttafaV fril-iH t ,
I Floors shine bright in the I
xl ' homes where ., v I
Pau ka Hanal
I is known v I
I Ask Your Grocer's
I F. L. WALDRON, distributor I
l '" ' '-rf.";4lrH
Minn Kllii'l IlilteliliiH w.ir n Iubhcm
i;or oil the Htcainor Klcrru. MIsh
Hiitt'liliiH Iiiih ticrciiU'il 11 punlllnn at
HanalH, Kauai, whero bIio will tench
Mian K. Hello Cliumberlaln arrived
mi the Sierra ami Is rcKlatcred at tho
Alexander Young hotel. Miss Churn
lii'i lain Is n crcat friend of Judu and
.Mm. (JiLii'lcx utiil Miss Helen Quarles
of IIoIkii, Idaho.
MIm Mnry A. Potter anil Mls Adclo
Wlcko returned on tho Wllhclmlnn
last Tuesday, after a vacation of near
ly tin ee nionths in California which
they Hiont toRelher vIhUIiik rel.itlvoa
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hen
Jaiiiin K. Dllllncham will entertain at
dinner In honor of Mr. Keeler. Cov
orn will lio arranged for rlclit. The
affair U in the nature of n farewell,
for this Klded pout will salt the next
day fur the Orient, 'thus contliiiilnu; on
IiIh way mini ml tho world.
Mr. and Mrs. John Guild, who have
touted nn nttnicthe homo In Uerke-
lev. California, wheio they lune hecn
riiJoyliiK tho sprint; and Hiimiuor
mniitliK, will return to Honolulu the
iiilddln of Oc tolier.
Mrs. llerfier, and MIsh Mlna Herper
me planning to iH-nd tho winter In
California. They will leave Septem
ber tho sixteenth on tho Siberia, and
will piOhnbly spend the autumn
monthx In Ilerkeley, hut will Bpend'tho
CliristuiuH holldii)H In Southern Cal
ifornia with Mrs. Heruer's son.
Mr. J A. Kennedy was a returning
piissenRcr on tho Sierra. Mr. Ken
nedy left his wlfo and daughter In San
Kniuclsco, at tho I'ulaco Hotel. They
will return to Honolulu on tho next
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ilelscr and two
ehlldieu returned to town Thursday.
They h.ivu been speudlug the summer
moiitiiH at tlieir liomo at nunaiu.
Mrs. Kdlth llorgcr has decided to
spend tho coming year In llawull net
unci has accepted the position of prin
cipal of tho llunulii school.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur llcrg loft on
tho steamer MoiikoIIii Monday for a
vacation trip to California, i'urt of
tho time will bo spent Iti'Sun Fran
cisco; the latter part of their visit
will ho spent In 1'alo Alto. They plan
to return to Honolulu cither the lat
ter part' of October or tho llrst of No
vember. Miss Hello Weight unit Miss Julie
Tanner aio enjoying their visit In San
Francisco with Mrs. Hind.
Mrs. John 8. Walker and two chil
dren returned this week from a pleas
ant trip on Maul.
Mrs. Cowles and Miss Cowlos aro
.visiting Judgo and JUrH. Kingsbury on
Mr. and Mrs. Manilla Phillips and
family will return to town either to
day or tho llrat of tho week. They
huvo been enjoying the summer
months at their home at Kohala.
Word has been received that Mrs.
Frederick Klauip Is a little better, tho
cold climate hav,lng tended to brace
her nervous system.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Curtis of Cur
tlsvllle, left Tuesday for their homo
on Hawaii. They huvo been spending
three months motoring through Cal
ifornia. Tho daughter, Miss Kdnu Cur
tis, has been tho guest of Miss llurel
and Vivian Huckland of this city and
returned to her home with her lar
ents. A largo contingent of service folk
canto In town to pay their respects
,to tho Qucou, ami nttcml her birth
day celebration. Among them woie
Colonel n'nd Mrs. Ktimb'niigh, Captain
and Mrs. Hopkins niul Mrs, Daniel
.Mrs. Clarke, and Miss Clnrko, who
have been spending tho summer In
the Bantu Cruz mountains, returned
yesterday on tho Sierra. Miss Clnrko
Is tho Latin ami Greek Instructor at
l'uunhoii and was obliged to return
In tmo for tho opening of the school
Lieutenant Iloss Howell of the U.
B. tyvy lias been visiting friends and
reIat)vi'H In tho noithwest. Lieuten
ant Howell will Join tho i'aclllc flcoi.
shortly, and may be expected In Ho
nolulu .next month, where his friends
will clvo him a cordial welcome
Mr. ami Mrs. Walluco Fanlngton
will return Tuesday to their home on
Aiifipuul itieet, after an enjoyable six
wi4'k'H sojourn at Kahala.
I Kir. Noel Hflorr, who has been vis
. lung In KnalfirTik for several months.
Vrtttirnud to 'Honolulu Friday oh tho
Sierra. Mr. Deerr occupies a respons
ible position at tho experimental sta
tion. A number of friends greeted Miss
Irene Dickson at the wliarf Friday, as
tho Sierra 'docked. Miss Dickson has
been absent from Honolulu for sev
eral months on a pleasure trip to Cal
ifornia. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCnndless ar
rived on tho Sierra Friday, and huvo
been receiving a cordial welcome from
rclntlvcu and friends. '
Lieutenant and Mrs. Ward of Fort
Da Hussy and the Inter's mother, Mrs.
Johnson, left Honolulu Monday on the
transport Sherman, to be uway sev
eral months. Mrs. Wurd will visit
her parents In lienver, Colo., and
Lieutenant Ward will take his exam
ination In October for a captaincy.
Miss Jnnct Gait, who has been
spending her aeatloti with n camp
ing party near the Volcano House on
Hawaii, returneda to Honolulu last
Saturday mid Is now stopping nt tho
The tunny friends of Major and Mrs.
Koostor will regret to learn that tlfey
leavo 011 tho October transport for
their new station at Fort IHhen Allen,
Vermont, where the Major bus been
ordered to Join tho Tenth Cavalry.
Although tho Major and his wife have
been stationed at Schollehl Darracks
for only about a twehemonth, they
have made numerous friends among
tho Honolulu ieoplc, as well as tho
service folk. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ony and Mr.
Kruest flay of Kauai are expected to
arrive In this city Sunday on tho
Llcutonnnt Jumes Lawrcnco Knurr
man, familiarly known in the United
Stutos Navy ns "HcbkIo," Id tho proud
possessor'of a baby girl. It will be
remembered that '"Putsy" Donovan
and Heggle Kuuffman married the
Draper sisters, two prominent society
girls of Sau Francisco. Two years
ago, when Lieutenant KuuHman' was
bore with tiio i'aclllc fleet, bo was
Mr. and Mrs. Mutthewson nnd two
sons have been enjoying a delightful
outing on Mouut Tantalus, whero they
occupied tho Lorrln Thurston houso.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Alnxander and
three children are occupying tho 8.
M. DaiuoiiB' beach place ut Walklkl.
Admiral and Mrs. Walter Cowles
huo abandoned tho Idea of renting
tho Frederick Klamps' homo, on
Thurston uuinue, on. account of only
being nhlo to procuro a six moiitluv
lease. Tho Admiral nnd his wife aro
well satisfied with their present hand
some abode, on Nuunnua avenue, but
the owner, Mrs. Henry Wuterhouse,
will return shortly from Kuropo.
After n pleasant summer outing at
tho Monsarrnt place, near Koko, tho
Uenjumiii I-odgo Marx returned to
town this week and nrfc domiciled nt
their town house, at the corner of
Victoria and Klnau streets.
Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson
aro spending tho month of September
nt the John Guilds at Kalawani.
' Miss Raima Lyon, after a plensant
visit in California, returned home yes
terday on tlit steamer Sierra. Miss
Lyon was visiting the Fruncls Smiths
most of tho time, nnd made Mrs. Mc
Cuily Hlgglns, tho' mother of Mrs.
Smith, 11 short visit. Miss Lyon was
the recipient of much attention while
she wns in tho City of tho Golden
, Miss Violet Makeo and Miss Hnttle
Lucns, who hnvo been spondlng the
luslj eight months' at the Raymond
rancu on Aiaui, arrived nnmo louuy.
They hnvo been enjoying an out-of-
door Ufa. A great deal of their tlmo
has been spout in the saddle, for they
are 'both oxport equestriennes.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hulcli nro bo
Journlng on Mount Tantalus during
the month of September.
Lieutenant O'Connor of tho U. S.
Knglneer Corps left Monday on tho
transport Sherman for tho mainland
for a two months' leave. Ho will visit
1 datives In Semey, Mich., and will
Inter visit In Pennsylvania and wash
tngton, D. C.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcnrgo Angus and
two children nro occupying for a
month the T. Cllvo Davleu' houso on
Tho William G, Hoogs, nfter n do
llghtful summer spent ut their sub
urban homo at Kohala, returned this
week In their homo on Maklkt street.
The many friends of Lieutenant
Krnest aunUicr, U. 8. N will ho glad
to Jnow1hut,iio'ls,convn1e8cliiB, nt
tho Mnro .'stand hospital, utter a so-
rlous operation for appendicitis. Lieu
tenant Ounther was extensively on
lertnlned when ho was stationed on
tho U. 8. S. West Virginia, not only
by the service folk, but the Honolulu
people us well.
Mrs. Walter Cowles nnd Miss Kdlth
Cowles aro visiting Judge and Mrs,
Kingsbury oh "Maul.
Mrs. Usborne, wife of Cnnon Us-
borne, Is expected to arrive In Hono
lulu Tuesday on the Mnkuru. Mrs.
Usborne bus been visiting her sou
nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. Claude
Usborne, ut tbelr homo In Vancouver.
Mrs.s Usborne made a "Hying trip,"
having left on tho Maratna August
liith. Her main object was to go
and sco her two little grandchildren.
Douglas llaldwln nro expected homo
tjunday on the Klnau. They hnvo
been enjoying 11 vacutlon on tho
"Garden Isle," where they have been
spending most of their time In tho
mountains i't tho Hen Ilaldwlns' place.
They nro returning to Honolulu to re
sume their studies nt Punuhou.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F, A. Schncfer with
Miss Paulino nnd Krc,i! Schaefer will
bo outgoing townspeople on Wednes
day's WUhelmlnn. Miss Paulino and'
.Master Fred aro returning to school,
whllo Mr. and Mrs. Schncfer nro tnk
ing their annual trip.
Mrs. Allco Hastings and Mrs. Geo.
Herbert with their daughters, Allco
nnd Hobo, aro enjoying their stay in
San Francisco. Mrs. Herbert nnd
lloso nro expected back presently,' but
Mrs. Hustings and Allco aro planning
a trip to Kiiropoi
Miss Hello Weight wnn a homo
coming passenger on U10 Sicrrn after
n most dollghtfut four months' visit
with Madame Hind.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Hnlch nro en
joying the con) breezes of Tantalus,
they nro occupying tho Drowns' place.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank U. Thomson
,nro up on tho Tantalus mountains or
a month at tho GIITard home.
Miss Eileen McCarthy was n homo
coming jiassengcr on the Sierra nfler
linvlng spent three months In Yoso
mite and Ycllowstono.
Mrs. John Knn Is In Honolulu onco
ngnln, renewing old friendships. Sho is
tho houso guest of her brother, Mr.
John C. Lane, on Miller street Mrs.
Knn wns one of the most distinguished
women nt the birthday reception of
Her Majesty Quern l.llluokalanl. Mrs.
Hnn Is a woman of charmnlg person
ality and gracious manners.
Miss Mullte Grace was an Incom
ing passenger oh yesterday morning's
Sieira. Miss Grace spent her vaca
tion In tho mountains ami Btnylug on
an Inland farm of her unclo's.
Doctor and Mrs. Mitchell and their
sister, Mrs. W. Lucas, hnvo taken
upurtments ut the' Hotel Courtland.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Pratt of tho
Field Artillery have iccontly gone to
Lellcbua, whero tho former has Join
ed his regiment. They aro being ex
tensively feted by their friends. ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M, Swanzy
entertained twenty-nlno of their re
latives at a charmingly uppolnted din
ner at their homo In College Hills
last evening. Tho occasion was ot tri
ple lmpoitauco, celebrating tho birth
day anniversaries of the late Hon.
Charles Judd, father of Mrs. Swanzy,
Mrs. Laura Dixon, hor aunt and also
tho twenty-first anniversary of, Mljyt
Nora Swnniy, the young daughter pf
Ex-Governor and Mrs. Georgo Car
ter, accompanied hy their daughter.
Miss Elizabeth Carter, will lei'vo.on
tho Sierra for the East. Miss. Carter
will continue her Btudlcs' nt Clayton
llle. neat- Baltimore.
Closely contested games wcro oxK
rlcnccd by tho members ottho Unit
ed Service Urldgo Club, "wlien tney
held their fortnightly nicetlng at tho
Hotel Colonial on Monday of this
weok. Tho club Is composed of ex
cellent "bridges" which lends nijdcd
zest to tho meeting. The three prizes
wore won by Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Ar
thur Marlx and Mrs. Shepherd Those
pretty trophies consisted or exquisite
hand embroidered towels'. Mrs, Par
dee was tho hostess for tho' after
noon, and lhosuccesg 'of the nffer
nodn, wns duo mostly to her effo'rts.
Mrs. Arthur Marlx nnd Mrt. Jos
eph Sheedy won tho ' prizes at tho
Wednesday Brhlgo Club which ! was
entertained by Mrs. 'Wilcox, at tho
Hotel Qourtliliul. Thcro.wero only
two tables "nnd 1 pi lies consisted of
handsome silk hosiery wero awarded
at each tnblo, The color schema for
tho pretty affair was In mauve, tho
drawing room where tho club mem
bers plucd wns decorated In asters
In this Bhnde. At five o'clock 'doll
clous refreshments wero served lit tho
prlvnto dining room of tho Courtland,
nt a clfculnr table ndorncd with lav
ender nsteis niul tulle
Hyades En Routs to Honolulu.
Advices received at tho olllco of
Cnstlo nnd Coike, local ngouts for tho
Matson Navigation htoanior Hyadoit
aro to tho effect that lln fielijhlw
I ..IUl ,n... 13,. .,11 ., .
ntiuuil uv'iii nuIIIIU mi IlllirX lUy Willi
general cargo for Ilnwnlian Island
ports. Tho Hyades should make, tho
trip down from Jhe, Sound In nine
daya undor favorable conditions.
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t U V V f Mi v. t
Th?n purchase a CHALLENGE
belter on the market. We are showing
two grades, in.all styles and sizes.
$16 to $30
$24 to $55
The House of
' ' The Real Goods
Wc have chosen Kodak goods, for
our photographic department because
they are the real goods .not the imita
tions. We know that they are ri'ght
that they come from dependable
people and we offer them to you, our
customers, with the knowledge that
they are going to. prove satisfactory.
Here is the smallest of the pocket
V NO. I FOLDING POCKET KODAK
So small that it is easily carried in any coat
pocket. The pictures
are 2 1-4 x 3 1-4
inches. Price $io.ooI
Let ns show you the
full line of Kodaks
and Brownies, and
help you to a selection
Honolulu Photo'Supply Co.,-
"Everything Photographic" Fort below Hotel
Young Hotel Laundry
, Work Called For and Delivered
Union and Hotel, Streete Phone 1862
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Call and see them at the
Gas Company's Office
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