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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. M., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912.
deposited In our Savings De
partment entitles you to a Homo
Bank tlis greatest help to sav
Open an Account today, deposit
your small change In the Home
Bank and regularly each payday
Increase your account by some
part of your earnings. It is Ihe
surest and best road to wealth.
BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
Yea; lie never expected to oo, so he
failed to tnko out a
Before you anil, why not, do the
wlso tiling nnd get aoino rent protec
tion. 8TANDARD PROSPECTS
123 Fr.rt 8treet
Fire and Automobile
Total Resources..! 79,940.000
Losses Paid... . ,..f 1(7,91 1,531
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General Agents, T'.rrltory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
96 King Street Corner Fort
$2500 New house, threo bedrooms, Kn
plnlnnl Tract, helow King.
100x100. Many valuable fruit
$10,000 Abnu seven acres at Putinul,
adjoining Country Club. Superb
marine and mountain view.
$ 450 Lot near King St. ami Kullhl
wnena School; 50x100. Easy
payment. Liberal discount for
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Walty Building 74 8. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
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We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred, W. E. LOGAN &
CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
Good house and large lot planted
In bearing fruit troes nnd gniiio vlneu
Finn cotlago In town with gas ami
electric light and (inlet nelglibiiihooil
A comfortnblo rnnovn.lcd 1 boil room
houso with all inodorn improvements
(.nil largo lanai; completely screened
A good houso with vineyard nt Kall
An almost now 2-betI room cotlago,
with gas, electric light and sower con
nection, on I'ua St. $17.
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Haro you books you mint hound,
ruling done, or books made, send them
to the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n lob printing and
.!, -1 ' ' -' il iM utaWllli - - Vrr'a:'
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1482 - P. 0. Box 528.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Friday, Juno 11,
NAMEO STOCK. Bid. Asked
C. Brewer & Co
Ewa t'latitntlun Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co. .....
Haw. Com. & Stiff. Co. . . .
Hnwnllan Sugar Co
HtAiomil Sugar Co
Honokna Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchlnron Sugar Plant. .
Kuhuku I'lantcllon Co. . , .
Kckaha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllryde Sugar Co
Onliu Sugar Co
Onomca Sugar Co
Otaa Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhait Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Patu Plantation Co
Pcpcokco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mltl Co
Wallukii Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmca Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Inland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian FlnctrlcCo. ...
Hon. It. T. & L. Co.. Prof. .
Hon. It. T. & L. Co.. Com. .
Mutual Tclepliono Co. ...
Hllo II. It. Co.. Pfd
Hllo It. H. Co.. Cora
Hon. II. &M. Co
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian I'lntiipplo Co. . .
Tanjong Olok It.C, pd. up.
Hon. It. & M. Co. Aim...
Huw.Ter. 4 F1roCl.) ..
Haw. Tcr. 4
Haw. Tcrrl. t?c Pub. Imps
Haw. Tor. Hi
109 17 t
..'. .... 21
Cdl. Root Rug. & Itef. Co. G
Hon. tins Co., Ltd.. Cs...
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo It. It.' Co., Issue 1 SOI.
Hllo K. It. Co.. Con. 6 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., S . .
Hon. K. T. &uC.o. C ...
Kauai I(y. Co. 6s
Kohnla Ditch Co. 6b
Mcllrydo Sugar Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s
Oahu II. & U Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co, 5
C!aa Sugar Co. 6
Piic. Sub. Mill Co. Cs ....
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 . . .
Natomas Con. Cs
Sales Iletwccri noaids: 30 Oahu,
2S',4: 10 Oahu. 2Si,i: r, Oahu. 28'4; 18
O. II. & L.. J70; SO 11. C. & S. Co.,
4 114: r.O If. C. & 8. Co.. 44'j; 100
Olaa. 7,i; $3000 Hon. (las Cs 100; $5.
000 Hllo Ex. (is, 9414; 10 Ewa. 3!.
Sosslon Sales 20 Ewa, 32; HO
Olna. 7Vj! 15 Mcllrydo, 014.
Latest sugar quotationl 3.98 cents,
or $79.00 per ton.
Beetslls 8d .
BERRY WATERHOUSt 1RUST CO
.Members Honolulu Stock nnd Horn
FOUT AM) MLItCHANT HTltEKTS
HARRY ARMITAQti..8peelar Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
0. A. WALKER Qsnoral Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 633 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loana
, 57 KAAHUMANU STREET
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
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Slaim-cnwulil Itldg., 102 .Merchant St.
AND HEAL ESTATE
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80 Merchant Street
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Miss Kronen Hlnscncr. the New
York social science expert nnil settle
inent worker now In ironolulu Invcs
tltfitlng social cniulltlons, spoke last
nlElit at Kiiwnlnhan Scmlnnry before
11 targe and very Interested audience.
Miss Hlascoer's talk was under the
auspices of the College Club, ami' the
members of the club and their guests
lllled the large hall.
Miss Illascuer's talk as nlong gen
eral lines, as bIic has not been In Ho
nolulu long enough to be ready to
apeak of her conclusions on local con
ditions. She told of the work of the
Bureau of .Municipal Research In New
York City, of the tendencies In the
uplift movements, and declared that
clean, healthful sports and other recre
ations must be furnished the people
who are massed together In the cities.
".Manufacturer are coming to real
ise that nlong with the problem of pro.
iliirtlon must be considered the human
waste that production ttas had a hand
In causing." she said "In the Uni
versity of Cincinnati Dean Schneider
Is trying to work out a scheme for vo
cational guidance on a truly scientific
basis with reference to the develop
ment of the Individual, mentally and
physically, as well as working clll
clency. lie Is receiving nlmnst hourly
reipiests from manufacturers recking
advice as to how laborers can lie
placed at work using his Ideals us a
basis of their labors.
"Our great outpouring of communal
energy Is focusing Itself on one Ideal
equality of opportunity, by which
every boy and girl will be given the
chance to mifko the most out of life;
to give the best service, to compre
bend ami so to enjoy tlio highest
Miss lllascoer also told of experi
ments she had In her work with girts
In tlu Manhattan trade school. In
which the wages received by the girls
were Invested and a home provided for
the unprotected girls.
Miss N. H. Kosher, president of the
College Club, had charge of last night's
program anil called upon Prof, nnd
Mrs. l.ucleii A Walte of Cornell di
versity for Interesting talks on their
two years' travels nbroud
An Interesting musical program was
The continued drought In the Philip
pines would seem to have seriously
affected tho crops. Tho Manila Cable
..The sugar crop sccma ,tn have suf
fered a serious decline In tho Vtsnyns,
where tho yield will bo from 25 per
cent to GO iror cent less than last
year, while In some of tho northern
districts, Tarlac, for example, thn
yield-Is far In excess of nny previous
crop nnd tho rlco shortage Is less
keenly felt for that reason. The total
sugar crop for the entire nrchlpclngo,
however, will be only about 80 per
cent that of tho fiscal yoar 1911.
with regard to tho rice production,
It Is estimated that less than f0 per
cent of the 1011 crop will bo harvest
ed this year. This affects most
strongly the provinces of Luzon north
or Manila that have no other staple
crop. In many cases tho drought wib
Immediately preceded by storms nnd
Hoods and the crop was a total fail
ure. Tho price of rlco and paddy has
risen nnd n great scarcity In this ne
cessity Is looked for. This condition
of affairs calls to attention tho need
for the Introduction of another staple
food for tho people.
HERE'S A CHANCE. .
FOR EASY MILLIONS
IN THE KELP BEDS
tip on the Northwest coast thcro Is
a Hurry In keln. and "kelp million
aires" aro in tho process of formation.
In view of the fact Hint vast kelp
beds am found In tho vicinity of tlicso
islands. It looks as If sugar will soon
havo to take it back seat and already
thcro Is Inlk of getting a protectlvo
tnrlff on tho seaweed help rnr kelp.
Tho following from a I'uget Sound pa
per Is of Inlorcst:
OLYMPIA, Wash., May S8. I'roji
orty worth Iciih of thousands of dob
Inrs will belong to Die llrst man, wn
man or child who grabs It, ruled Attor
ney (innornl Tanner today. Tho Stale
University authorities recently an
nounced Unit kelp and seaweed, pres
ent In largo quantities In I'uget Sound,
could nt slight oxpenso ho converted
Into valuahlo potash, Promptly tho
ipiestlon was submitted nB to who
owned the kolp. Tho Attorney Oencr
al says that if It la within the limits
of overflowed lands sold by tho State,
tho grantee from tho State owns it;
othcrwlso, In Iho nbseneo of any law,
It belongs to tho general public. Tho
rnro to bo llrst at somo of tho larger
kelp groves Is oxpccled to bo keen.
IS VISITING HONOLULU
P 1) Hchiilte, professional globe
trotter, representative of three Eng
lish, Scotch and German liquor com
panies, and who boasts of having seen
every country mi tho fact of the earth
except Central Africa and the Hawai
ian Islands, arrived In Honolulu Tues
day on tho Matsou steamship Wllhel
mlna. Ho says lie left "dear or Uunnon"
on tho last day of April on a 40,000
mile juunt, and that after visiting this
Territory, Australia and Central Af
rica, he will arrive home about next
Christmas. Ho bus traveled about
200,000 miles In his continuous mov
ing and usserts ho lias learned so much
about the various countries and ports
of call that he Is thinking of setting
up In business as professional udvlsor
to prospective globe-trotters.
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ARMY AND NAVY
BY C. S. ALBERT.
cause of lack of uniformity In tho man-
tier of wearing tho campaign hats Is-
sued to oiriccrs nnd men of the Mnrlno
Corps. General Diddle, commandant of
the corps, has Issued an order direct-
lug that tho hats shall be worn In the
ni.n.. i....i i, n, -. ..
witn the crown creased from front to
rcur. Ho says that that creaRo is not
i i, inni,,i ion,r n ... '
diango made In the shape of the hat. ",n "T' '" "n "'""I? f '"", '. P'
except that tho brim may ho turne P" '. were the method, of he
down slightly fn front to protect tho "'""" ,r c"y """t " "hi
,.,., ,.,., ,i' . i, 1., .,... .11 1 bit ons of art and culture In Europenti
t"8 " m., .I 'J llVll ": countries. Tho courts f arbitration,
u.ow, ,.,,,v luu ,iv ii .11, ,11.,, 1 uu lUfllVU'
rd In Its proper place and through
only one thickness of the hat. Com
.n..wiir,r; mJl .,- i ll. , , , '
Mr VhKf,Vlhfnl nwJiJ? 7T,Ilbl0
for the milium observance of thlft or-
f";.rln "I nB,",, " ' b "rOC"re"
, ii i. . t m . '
The followlng-imnie.l officers nro ile-
tailed to enter the next class at tho
Army School of tho Line at Fort I.ca
venworlh. Knn.. August If.. 1012: Cap-'
lalns Edward L. King, 2nd Cavalry;
Charles A. Itomcyn, 2nd Cavalry:
I It. nVr1.''';, V"'"7 '" Oriental races. He said he np
!; ,S1?!OI,,'n,f'1 V'n,ry,: ,Uo,b,eri. I"-""1' of tnmpulsory military training.
Hem ng. 0th. Cavalry John M. Mor- 'for tIle ,,,. f ,,. united States. ..!
.an, 12th Cavalry; Walter C llabcock. ,,,,, ',,. LoollnrTl Wood, chief of,
13th Cavalry; Orcn II. Mover. 11th
Cnvalry; Casper V. Cole, Kith Caval
ry; William S. Ilrownlng. 6th Field
Artillery; Alfred A. Starblrd, 5th Kleld
Artillery; Adna 0. Clnrke. Coast Ar
tlllery Corps; Francis II. Lincoln.'
Coast Artillery Corps; Warenco M.
Column. Const ArHI!er- Cimu Itnru.
chel Tupcs. 1st Infantry; Itobert I.
Itces. 3rd Infantry; .1. Do Camp Hall.
Ith infantry; Thomas M. Anderson.
.Jr.. 7th Infantry; Ira C. Wclborn. Olh
Infantry; William Taylor, 10th Intnir
Iry; Edgnr E. Myer,
Kdtwn H. Hnrtshorn.
Preston Hrown. 17th Infantry; Walt'l'Ipas "' Hits probabilities under Kill
C. Johnson, 18th Infantry; Edmund S.'l"'s Hennl Comiound in Ilrlght's nnd
Snyer. Jr.. 21st Infantry; Itobert, kidney disease:
Whlllleld, 22nd Infnntry; Albert H.I Where imtlents are seriously weak
Dillingham, 23rd Infnntry; William E. enett nwd crises aro expected, probably
llcnnett, Jr.. 25th Infantry; William not more than ten to twenty percent
C. Rogers. 27th Infnntry; William .1. respond. Where physicians aid by
Lutz. 28th Infnntry; Frederick V. i HoIUIiir up the heart. Increasing tho
Lewis, 23tli Infantry; William A. Cnr- eliminations, etc., tho efficiency can
lelon, 30th Infnntry. and William II. to iucrenscd. In cases whero patients
Armstrong. Porto Itlco Itcglmciit of I'bvo from tlilrlV lo sixty days of Ilfo
Infantry. ' we look for correspondingly better re-
Tho marriage of Miss Carol New- Where patients do not wait until
berry, daughter of the former Secre-' bedridden nnd tnko tho treatment on
(nry of tho Navy and Mrs. Newberry,' ho nppenrance of tho disease, it Is our
and Capt. Wentwortli Holder Allcyno belief that most cases respond with
of tho Queen's Iteglmcnt, which wlllillnal recovery or prolongation of life.
Inke place Tuesday evening, Juno 18. Albumen, casts and dropsy do not
at tho (Irosso Point Church. Detroit J prevent recovery, provided tho renal
Is of widespread Interest. Miss Mar-
Jorlc. Mclllsh will attend ns maid of
honor, wh lo Mrs. Ernest Mead linker
nnd Mrs. Lnclan Solwvn Moore. Jr..'
will assist ns mntrniiu nt Imnnr MU
Helen Ilourno Joy. a' cousin of tho
Urldo, nnd Miss Constanco Wail of
Prnvlilonre. !1 I .. ns lirlrieatnnldn mm,
plclc tho hrldo's attendants. Capt.11'" inflamed kidneys) It will bo seen
Alleyno's best man will bo Lieut. Es- that tho heart, ellmlnatlvo nnd tonic
dalle, also of the Queen's Regiment. ilTiln'Oit usually prescribed In
Dr. Mnurlco Pcnlleld Flkcs will per- Hrlghfs nnd kldnev dlscaso do not
rorm tlio ceremony, and n reception cuhuici mu mu oneu n-'imim ,u cv
for 500 guests will follow nt Dry ' trpmo ruses. It can bo had at Hono
Hrook, tho Nowberry homo In (Irosso '"I" ,)rlK "o.
Point. Cnpt. Alleyne, who Is slntlon-' Ask r,ir pamtililet or wrlto John J
od at Hamilton. IJormudn. Is expected Pulton Company. San Francisco, Ca .
to nrrlvn In Detroit inn nrnt we,.w in. Wo Invito correspondence with physl-
Memorial services and tho ilccorat -
lie of Ceneral 11. S. nrnnl's utntnn.
wcro held In tho rotunda of tho Capi
tol. Col. II, F. Illnghnm, pnst command
er of tho Department of Iho Potomac,
delivered Ihe nddress. Itov. Charles
P. Wiles of the Keller Memorial Luth-
eran Church guvo the Invocation, and.1"5"1'' " 'r'"""l' evening, when llo-
Mia Vlnlu -!, I, ,,,!-, ,vn. II. n u..lnlul IllllO IS til glVC "All I'.VCnlllg In llll-
Tho exercises were In chargo of U
rn J. 11. Ilendrlx, patriotic Instructor.!
Mr Annn Tmi.i.nn,, rnui,in.,t ,.f
Ihe circle. Invited all patriotic organl!
rations to attend.
Word has been received hero of tho
marriage of Miss Helen K. Mosher of
tills city to I). C. Itnlthazar, attache of
the Ilrltlsh Colonial OHlco In Itnn.
goon. MIbs Mosher was on a tour
round tho world when slio met the
British otllcer. Mrs. Mnry L. Mosher,
mother of tlio bride, resides nt 1731
Q Btrecl northwest. Tho hrldo's fath
er, Alexander Mosher, Is chief of n di
vision In tho patent oHicc.
Mrs. Pelrco Crosby annoiincns tho
engagement of her daughter Jean Au
denrleil Crosby, and Mr. Charles Trow
bridge Tlttniann. Miss Crosby Is tho
youngest daughter of tlio lain Hear
Admiral Pelrco Crosby, and Mr. Till
maun Is n son of Mr. Otto 11. Tilt
matin of tlio geodetic survey. No
date Is announced for tlio wedding.
Miss Mnrjorln Ide, her fnther. Mr.
Henry C. Ide, Minister to Spain; her
Ilnnce Mr Shane Lcsllo; Col, and Mrs.thrm1 10 ,Ht ,, nf j,,, mil
John Leslie and Mr. William Seymour
Leslie aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Hotirkn Cockrnn nt tlio Cedars, Port
Washington, I,. I.
NO REAS0NF0R DOUBT
Sliilrinrnt nf I'nrts Hacked I!)
Wo guarantee complete relief lo nil
sufferers from cnustlpntlon, or, in ev
ery enso whero wo fall, wo will supply
tho medicine freo.
Itoxnll Orderlies aro a gentle, effect
ive, dependable, nnd safo bowel regu
lator, strnugtheiier, nnd tonic. They
aim to ro-estnbllsh nature's functions
In a unlet, easy way. They do not
cause. Inconvenience, griping, or nau
sea. They nro so pleasant to tnko nnd
work so easily that they may bo tn-j
ken liy any one at any time. Thoy
thoroughly tnnn up tho whole system
to healthy activity.
Itoxnll Orderlies aro unsurpassable
and Ideal for tho uso of children, old
folks, nnd dnlicato porsons. We can
not too highly recommend them to all
suffererB from nny form of constipa
tion nnd Its attendant evils, Threo
sizes, 10c, 25c, and 50c. Remember,
you can obtain Iloxall Remedies In
this community only at our storo
Tlio Roxall Storo. -Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., Fort and Hotel streets.
- . i UmJiLA jSA' Vw -' -t, -
TELLS OF IP
of ll" J"'"!'' "'? "n"n in various
",r '" "r "; worl.l oro described In
u"x "Kly 'y '';, A V. ",le ,,ro'"""A
T,,nfrltl1?. "f 1,n"l1""T c ?f l,0IT,
I't'lverslty at a luncheon given In his
"" J V. ""i y ,? ,
day. Prof Walte Is homeward bound
after 11 leisurely globe-trotting Jour-
MK' ,...,, ., . , . .
ome of tlie things that Interested
or conciliation, In Norway, where dis
agreements between men were settled
amicably nt the expense of only a few
''" en'''. "'"' "'"' S0.000 of the
,,.rtA. . t. ...i, . .1.. ....
ycr were saved from the expense of
, litigation In the higher tribunals, Im-
pressed hhn as u desirable feature for
jlllroiuc,on , cmlr, ()rk of
.,,,,'" ",, ",,1
. ",,;. m tries ,
" " ..?". !..'
lllled with tales of
In many of the Euro
pean countries ami cities, and of cus
toms, wlerd and unusual, seen among
staff of the nrtny.
President tlllmorc of tho College of
Hawaii presided ami Introduced the
guest of honor At the same table sat
Acting Cuvernor E. A. Mntt-Minlth,
()cll(.rill jiiieomb and a number of oil..
er prominent citizens.
UUIliU I 'V IIIVL A L
LTi 1 1 111 I .1 llllirrAlir
LSIHtSIlI U U l3 Lil J Ll
Wo submit the following as our
Inflammation is attacked bornro tho
hen" ""! recuperative powers aro loo
Fulton's llenal Compound Is used
both with and without physicians' pre.
scrlptlons. The motive of the Itetml
i-ompninm oeing in ruiu inu iviuiiey
(tllO OKI SfllOOl Having nOtlllllg 10 TO'
I clans who havo nlistlnnte eases and
I ,,p"lro patlenta not Improving tho third
wct'K IO wruo US.
KILAUEA IN ALL
HER GREAT GLORY
Visiting tourists will havo an oppor
tunity of seeing Kllauen In full action
w,l"',t l,1l8ll1' ""l1' ,n,1.u ,Co!lc,K,'
''tiuuiiik "o ncuiii nc ; a
geant, Kindergarten Fete, Moral Pa.
"a,1 "f 1!'I12'..,tl "" othcrii from
his rnrn collection of Hawaiian scenes
In moving pictures,
REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF Mc
DRYOE 3UQAR COMPANY,
The undersigned, Tho First Amerl
can Savings & Trust Company of Da
wall, Limited, Trufcteo under tho Deed
of Trust dated the 2nd day of June,
A. I). 1902, made by the Mcllrydo Sug
ar Company, Limited, to tlio under
signed as Trustee, hereby slve,i notice
to the lloiidholders of tlio Mcllrydo
Sugar Company, Limited, that 111 lie-
cordancn wltli the terms nnd provl
slims of said Trust Deed said Com
pany will redeem and pay all Its nut
utti tul Iti rr tmtirlu nt I lit nnornnil liitni-nal
'rint the nlllco of the First National Dank
of Hawaii In Honolulu, T. II., or n'
the option of tho holders of said bonds
at the olllee of tho Hank of California
in tho City of San Francisco, Stater
of California, or nt the oltlco of !,ald
law & Co. Rankers. In tho City of
if New York, State of New York.
The holders of said bonds are heroby
nollilrd lo present tho saino for pay
ment nf principal and Interest to July
1, 1912, and for caiicellntlnn at any one
of (tin places nnd on '-lil,n.i,JL..
date last above mentioned, ...M said
holders are further untitled that If
any of said bonds are not so presented
tlio Mcllrydo Sugar Company, Limit
ed, will deposit with the undersigned
as Trusteo at Its oltlco In said Hono
lulu on said July 1, 1912. the amount
of the principal mid interest to July
1, 1912, duo on said bonds so unpro
seuteil, and that thereupon all Interest
on said bonds so unpresented nnd ull
rights thereunder except tho collodion
of said deposit will cease.
THE FIRST AMERICAN SAVINOS
& TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD.
Trustee under Trust Deed of McUryde
Sugar Co., Ltd.
(Signed) By CECIL HROWN,
Honolulu, T. II.. May 6, 1912.
5243 May 21. 24. 28, 31; Juno 4. 7, 11,
14, 18, 21, 25, 28; July 1
., - - .tM.'. tXJAtoivJaiAmhsliUt .Yvito..
Next to sunshine, nothing
restores health, strength
and vitality like
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
Coder power of sule contained In a
mortgago dated September 21. 190H,
made by Theodora K. Hooper (for
merly Meyer), In her own right, mort
gagor, W E. Hooper, her husband.
Joining In token of his consent, to J.
Alfred Mngimn, agent for Amiete C.
-'i ml, and EUunr M. Ileslop, mort
gagee, reinrilnl In tho Iteglster Olllee,
Oahu, in Liber :io3. pp. i;n-t;7:
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned. J. "Alfred Miiiioim, ngentjor
Annete C. IjiiiiIj ami Elenor M. lie
slop, intends to foreclose said mort
gage, for conditions broken, to-wit:
non-payment of prlncli.it and Inter
est when due.
Notice Is likewise given tint Ihe
land covered by the Mild mortgage
will bo sold nt public auction 'at the
auction rooms of James 1'. Morgan
Company, Kaahiimanu street, Hono
lulu, City and Cour'y of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, on Satu-day. the
22nd day of June. 1912. at 12 o'clock
noon of said day Terms: Cash, V.
S. gold coin; deed nt the cspensn of
the purchaser to be prepared by tlm
nttorney for the mortgagee. '
J. ALFRED MAOOON,
Agent for Annete C lunb ifnil Eknor
Honolulu, T. II. April 25. l'.M2.
The property covered by said mort
gage, unil to be sold ns aforesaid, con
sists of al the land situated nt Mnka
lieu, Kallhl, Honolulu, City mid County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
known ns Lots 4 and 5. lllock 2, In
"Kululnnl Tract," and being a portion
of Apnnu 2, described In Royal Tatent
2509, I. C. A. .ir,0 to Knuiinhua for
Moehomin, conveyed to tho mortgagor
by deed of Joseph L. Kuknhl, dated
September 24, 1902, recorded In the
Register Olllee, Oahu, In l.lbcr 238,
For further particulars npply to J.
ALFRED MAOOON. corner of Mer
chant and Alnkeu streets. Honolulu,
T II.. attorney for mortgngee.
5262 May 31; Juno 7. 11
8HERIFF8 SALE NOTICE.
Under ind liy virtue of a Writ of
Execution Issued by the Honorable J.
M Monsarrat, District Magistrate of
Honolulu, City and County of Hono
lufli, Territory of Hawaii, on the till
day of May. A. I) 1912. In the mutter
of T M Harrison. I'lnlntilT. vs. Roso
Kepolkal Kekaula. Defendant. I did.
In said Honolulu, city ami County of
Honolulu, Territory or llnwall, on tho
lOtli day of May, A 1). 1812, levy upon
and shall offer for sale nnd sell lit
public auction to the highest bidder nt
the Police Station, Kalakaon Hale. In
suld Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of
Saturday, the 15th day of June, A. d:
1912, nil the right, title nnd Interest
of Ihe said Rose Kepolkal Kekaula,
Defendant, In anil to all the following
described property, unless the sum of
Thirty-Four unit 50-100 (134.50) Dol
lars, tlio amount for which said Exe
cution was Issued, together with In
terest, costs and my fee and expenses,
lire previously paid:
All those certain Two lits, pieces
or parcels of land situate ut ICapa
hulii, District of Komi. Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, being lots 42 and
43 of the tract of laud known as "Wa
Inlne llelglits," as the same are num
bered and designated on the Map of
Waialae Heights Hied In the otlhe of
the Registry of Conveyances in Ho
nolulu aforesaid as registered Map No.
3d and being the same premises ron
veed to said Roso Kepolkal Keknuin,
Defendant, by deed of Frank R. Sllvn
and wlfo dated November 2S, A. D.
1911. and recorded In tho Ilnwallnn
Registry of Conveyances In Liber 305,
pages 220 and 221.
The nbove property Is subject to n
mortgage thereof to J J. Driimmond,
dnteil April 15, A 1). 1912, nnd of rec
ord III Liber 357. pages 417 nnd 41R,
for tlio sum of Two Hundred ($200 00)
Terms- Cash; deeds ut expense of
Dated at Honolulu this lCth day of
May. A D. 1912
W. P JARRETT.
Sheriff, city anil County of Honolulu
f.2.19 -Muy IS, 31; Juno 11.
Chas. K. Frazior
Phone 1371 122 Kintr It
Night and Oay Phone, 1325
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE. 'v',(
OFFICE OK THE BOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 3, 1912,
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Sealed tenders In duplicate endorsed
TENDERS FOR 11EEF CATTLE"
will be received at the ofllco of tho
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock noon,
Monday. June 17, 1912, for supplying
tlio Leper Settlement, Molokal, with
beef cattle for the period of six months
from July 1, 1912, to December 31,
1912. under tho following conditions,
1. The bidder must offer to furnish
fat beef cattle to weigh not Ies than
60 pounds net when dressed, In lots
nvernglng about CO head per month,
more or less, ns mny be specified by
the Superintendent of the Leper Set
tlement, delivered at the Leper Set
tlement, Molokal. For further Infor
mation npply nt tho olllee of the Board
of Health, Honolulu.
2 Hides, tallow nnd offal to be tho
property of the Hoard of Health.
3. Mich bid must be for the prlco
per pound live weight, with nn alter
native offer of n prlco per head.
4. The successful bidder must agreo
that nil cattle nro orfered for delivery
subject to tho right of the Superin
tendent of tho Leper Settlement to
reject any or all unlit for use. In which
event other cuttle must bo forthwith
"TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
HIDES." for the purchase of hides be
longing to tho Hoard of Health, for
the period of six months from July 1,
1912. to December 31, 1912, will bo re
ceived nt the odlcc of the Ronrd of
Health until 12 o'clock-noon, Juno 17,
Tenders must bo for the price per
pound for hides delivered on the wharf
at Honolulu, on weights approved by
an iigcnt of the Hoard of Health,
Payments required In IT. S. gold coin
Immediately after delivery.
Tho Hoard does not bind Itself to
accept the highest or nny bid.
THE HOARD OF IIEALTIL
liy Its President.
J S. II. PRATT.
6251-June 3, t. B. B. 7. I. 10. 11, 12, 13
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF
Honolulu, llnwall, Juno 3, 1912.
TENDERS FOR PURCHA8E OF
Sealed lenders In duplicate endorsed
furnished to make un the required
number nnd those rejected forthwith
removed nt the cxpenso of the bidder.
All bids must be submitted In ac
rordance with, and subject to, tho pro
visions and requirements of Act 62,
Session Lnws 1909.
'Tenders must bo nccompanled by a
certified check equal In amount to 6
per cent, of the tender on the basis of
CO head per month weighing net, when
dressed, 350 pounds each.
THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
By Its President,
J. S. H. PRATT.
525June 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13
TENDERS. CONCRETE BRIDGE.
The Kauai Loan Fund Commission
will receive bids until 12 o'clock noon
of July C. 1912. nt Llhue. Kauai, T. II.,
for tho construction of n 100-foot Rein
forced Concrete tllrder Bridge across
Kllauen stream, nt Kllauen, Kuunl.
Plans, specifications and particulars
will be furnished by the undersigned
upon application accompanied by $5.
J H. MOHAQ.NB.
Engineer for Kauai Loan Fund Com-
Llhue, Knual. 5260-Ct
Honolulu Gas Company, Limited.
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers, of the Honolulu Oas Company,
Limited, will be held nt the ottlce of
Castlo & Wlthlngtnn, 37 Merchant
ttreet. Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
on the 22nd day of June. 1912, at 9
o'clock n m . to consider urn! act upon
the nuthorlintlon of nn Issue of bonds
In the Immediate sum nf $300,000 nnd
eventually in the aggrrgato amount of
11,000.000, to refund the existing bond
ed Indebtedness of the company, nnd
for other purposes, nnd tlio execution
of it trust deed or mortgage to secure
tho same, nnd tho transaction of such
other business ns may properly bo
brought beforo tho meeting.
A N CAMPBELL.
Secretnry. Honolulu Oas. Company.
Hated Mny 28. 1912. '
5251 Mny 30; June 7. 14. 20. 21. 22
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Thcro will be a meeting of the stock
holder of thn Honokna Lyceum on
June 29. A D. 1912. at 7.30 p. in., at
Honokna Lvcrum, Honokna, Hawaii.
WM J. RICKARD,
Secretary. Honokan Lyceum.
M. A. GUNST & CO. Anents
First In circulation First In the
hearts of (lie people. That's the II u U
rtlt mid why 11 ul It-tin nds par,
roti rich returns.