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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H-, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
The psople you see enjoying alt
the eomforti and many of the
luxuries of lifo are those who
saved some part of their Income.
You can belong to this class If
you will put aside each week or
month some stated sum out of
The easiest way to do this Is to
open a 8avings Account at this
BANK OF HAWAII.Ltd.
Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000
Yes; he never expected to no, bo h
failed to tako nut a
Dcfore yn anil, why not do tho
wlao thing and get somo real protec
tion. STANDARD PROSPECTS
123 Fort 8tret
Fire and. Automobile
Tot.'. Resources..! 79,940,000
Losses Paid 1167,911.531
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agents, Ttrrltory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
06 King Street Corner Fort
AND HUAL KSTATB
OLIVER O. LAN8ING
80 Merchant Street
$2500 New limine, three bedrooms, Ku.
ploliinl Tract, below King.
100x100, Many valuublo fruit
$10,000 About seven acres at Ptiunul,
adjoining Country Club. Superb
inuilua und mountain view.
S 450 Lot nenr, King St. nnd Kallhl
wacna School; 60x100. Easy
payment. Liberal discount for
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Waity Building 74 8. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
We deal In Mated and unlisted secu
rities of all kind. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred, W. E. LOQAN A
CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
Kino cottugo in town with gas and
eloctrio light und quiet neighborhood
A comfortable renovated 4-bod loom
houso with nil modern Improvement
and largo lanai; completely screened
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
Artistic Job printing can always bo
obtained from the llullotln's com-,
plclelj equipped Job printing plant. '
Samson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1482 P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Friday, Juno 21.
NAMB OF STOCK, nid. ABked
C. Brewer & Co
Ewn Plafitntlon Co
IlAwallnn Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. . . ,
Hnwnllnn Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
llonokna Sugar Co
Hnlku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. ,
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kcknlia Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McDrydo Sugar Co. ..... ,
Oaliu Sugar Co
Onomca Sugar Co
Olan Sugar Co Ltd
Fnauhau Sugir Plant. Co.
Pacific 8ugar Mill
Palu Plantation Co ,
Pcpcekco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlc Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Wnlmca Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Inland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. It. T. & L. Co., Prof.
Horn n. 1: & L. Co.. Com.
Mutual Tclephono Co. . . .
Oabu It. & L. Co
Hllo R. II. Co.. Pfd
Illlo R. R. Co.. Cum
Hon. D. &M.C0
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Plnmpplo Co. .
Tnnjong Olok R.C., pd. up.
Hon. I). & M. Co. Ana...
Haw. Tor. 4 iFlreCl.) ..
Haw. Tcrrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Cnl. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co. C
Hon. (las Co., Ltd., 6s...
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo R.R. Co., Ibsuo 1901.
Hllo n. R. Co., Con. 6X ...
HonoknaSugai Co,(i ..
Hon. R. T. & L. tfo. CX ...
Knual Ry. Co. Cs
Kohnla Ditch Co. Gs
McDrydo Sugir Co. 6s . . ,
Mutual Tel. 6a
Oahu R. & I Co. 5
Oahu Sugnr Co. 5
0!an Sugar Co. 6
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. Cs. ....
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. BX ...
Niitonms Con. 6s
Hales Hctvvecn Hoards: 60 Oahu,
28; K, Oabu, 27!.; f. Hrowery. 21; K,
Jirowcry, 21; ir Pioneer, 31.
SchsIoii Sales 10 Ewn, 32&;,2QnQa.
i.2714. V -'
Latest sugar quotation; 3.92 cents,
or $79.60 pee ton.
HENRY HOUSE RUST (0
Members Honolulu Stock and Hand
FOItT AM) MERCHANT STREETS
HARRY ARMITAOt... Special Partner
H. C. CARTER., General Partner
S. A. WALKER , .General Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS. .
P. O. Box 683 ' Phone 2101
HONOLULU, HAWAII i
Mcmbor Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Addreee
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loan
157 KAAHUMANU STREET
Giffard 6 Roth
STOCK AND BQND. BROKERS
Members llonolnlu Stock und Bond
Hlnngeimnld llldg., 10. Merchant St.
139 Merchant Street
ai,MtfM 1 'rNifti
Quiet Afternoon Follows Noisy Strife Credentials Commit
tee at Work Governor Johnson's Attempt to Foster
Stampede Seems to Have .Failed Fifty-two Contests to
Be Decided Still.
CHICAGO, III, Juno 21 Following
Wednesday's wild scones yesterday In
tlic convention Imll seemed quiet In
deed. Echoing a statement made
curlier In the day by Colonel Hoose
velt, In which ho declared that he
would stay In the contention us long
us possible, (Invcrnor Stiibh nf Kan
sas declared last night Hint tliero will
be no bolt.
There were but two sei-slonfl of the
convention yesterday, neither lasting
more than live minutes. The feature
of tho noon session was the Invocation
delivered by the Rev. Mr. Sumner,
Which dealt directly with the factional
strife now raging. The clergyman
prayed that self-restraint and cool
judgment might be given the delegates
from on high, und that "the All Wis
dom" might guide their llellberntlons
nrlght so that civic righteousness. In-
,,,&tln. ..An nn n n .1 unnli.l lii.llnn ...Inf., I
dustrlal peace nnd social Justice might
follow their decision.
The prayer was followed by n burst
of handclnpplng from tho crowd.
Taft Delegates Win.
The credentials committee upon
whose- labors the convention walls got
to work again vestcrdny about 11
o'clock und continued In session all
night. In the hope of completing the
work and filing the report In time tojgresslve man Tho matter will be
permit the convention to proceed to-1 definitely settled by tho national com
duy at 10 o'clock. Perfect harmony t mlttee Monday.
marked the proceedings, and late last 1'nltowlng that come tho Information
night tho commlttco had passed 2d lust night that Congressman II CI.
Tuft delegates, from Alabama, Arkiiu- llalney of Illinois has decided to flic
sas, Arizona, ricorgla and llorldn. formal protests agnlnst the seating nf
In most of these cases the voting
was unanimous. Tho Rooseclt mem
bcrs of the committee, headed by llency
of San Francisco, advocated passing all
of these cases en bloc, but the Tnft
members Insisted upon reopening them,
nlthough they had nil been passed upon
unanimously hy tho ltepubllcun na
Klfty-two contests remain to be de
cided upon by the credentials commit
tee. The California cases were called
early for the convenience of the Roose
velt pieii, but they were absent, so
these contested delegates went over
It was predicted here last night by
Roosevelt and Tnft leaders that tho
CONSUL UYENO TELLS JAPAN
i.yiti et? iiainrirr"lr ujrsjn iiii
Knc'so Cohsul-QcnofnUiit Honolulu,
was ono ;of tho passengers who ar
rived on i board the Shli)o Mau' n(
Yokohama on Monday uftcrnobn.i Mr)
Uvc.no. bolnirtintervlawod hv Uie.reti-
vrcnentatlvp of the Tokyo Asabl," tnld:
"I have been in Hawaii for tho past
four years, during which I have paid
Unnn nttonflnn in Ihn rnlnllnnA hit.
tween Jnpan and the United States. I j
nm happy to bo nblo to recdrd that
.1 T....nnnn- l.n.. nnnnh.l.. ... In
lull ,,tiiiHut:BU ilitvu ivivmiy iiiiuu .. .
bo genorally well received In Hnwnli.
Rut ono thing, the only thing, to bo'
regretted Is the occasional expres
sions of suspicion which appear in
tho American papers becnuse of tho
fuct that of ovor 79,000 JapanebO In
tho Hawaiian Islands about 35,1)00 aro
those who crossed over after having
performed military Bcrvlco In .Inpnn,
Such expressions, however, carry but
little weight with well-informed
l,o) nl lo Kniiln)rrs.
"Tho loyalty of Japanese workmen
is; now well npprcclntcd b'y llnw,illan
capitalists and their wages' have been
raised by $4 per month since January
last. Of course this rise Is partly
duo to (be strlko und partly owing to
tho Insufficiency of tho labor supply,
but tho increased credit of the .lap
nnese workmen la far moro response
By GEORGE FITCH
Knrly-rlslng Is ono of tho most vlo-
lently advorllneil of virtues, and, like
tho cold bath, tho mcatloss meal, and
tho Wagner oporn, Is n very lino thing
when ono gets ut.cd to it. I
ICarly-risIng has been practiced dlll-l
gantly for many centuries by Industri
ous men. This Is especially truo In
tho country. Tho farmor who lolls In
bed and allows tho sun to rise without
calling It porsonally, Is regarded -with
ucorn by his neighbors. Ono hour ot
work on tho cool, dowy farm hotween
.1 and 4 a. m. Ih worth throe hours nt
any occupation aftor suppor, nnd the
man who would win tho cnnlldonco of
tho soil must Ilnlsh his breakfast In
tlmo to go out and wnko tho roostors,
Tho rural population ot tho land has
boon Bteadlly decreasing for many
years, which Is a great mystory.
In the cities pcoplo do not rises so
early, owing to tho excellent faculties
for consummlng eloctrio current and
other things nt night. In Now York
City, tho business man rlsea in tho
midriff of tho morning and gots down
to his nillco In tlmo to mako an en
gagement for luncheon. Owing to
this groat sloth Now York's growth
has been stunted and It only extends
from Nowark to I'oughkoopslo or
Tliero are. hovvovor, n great many
pcoplo in Now York nnd other cities,
who not only seo tho sun rlso every
morning, but bid It an affect lonato
good-night a little later. Thoso pcoplo
aro not highly regarded, however, and
are polntod out oven by farmers as
f itiitjlrif fi fifafiiifciTfliitf irn
contention would probably nominate
tho cimdldnte to the presidency by
The question of n belt seems to have
been laid nsldc by the Roosevelt lead
ers, acting under the suggestion given
them by Colonel Roosevelt himself
Oovernor Ktubbs of Kansas Is author
ity for the statement that nn agree
ment had been reached that there shall
bo no bolt It was learned bito hist
night that the suggestion put forward
by (Invcrnor Johnson of Cnllfornln, that
the Roosevelt contingent leave the con.
ventlon nt once, has been frowned
down upon by the other leaders It
Is not, however, beyond the hounds of
possibility that the Roosevelt forces
HAI.TIMOIU;, Mil., June 21 Trou-
ble Is brewing In the llourbon camp.
.., .., tl.m.nl. ,l.n n n I n n Inn n II.
First, although the nomination of Al
ton II. Parker, one-time candidate for
Hie presidency on the Democratic
ticket, lis temporary chairman of the
Democratic national convention which
will open here next week, Is practi
cally certain. Ids selection Is being bit
terly contested by the leaders of tho
Wilson nnd Clark delegations here
Holh declare that they want a pro-
the delegate at large from Illinois, as
well as ten of ttic delegates from the
districts of Chicago.
CENSU8 MAN PADDED.
SKATTI.IJ. Wash,. Juno 21 -violin
Itunslcker, Hie census enumerator ac
cused of fraudulently padding the cen
sus returns, vvns found guilty as
charged In the Federal Court yester
day. KENTUCKY 8ITE CH08EN.
KAN FRANCISCO. Cnl.. June 21 -The
representatives nf Kentucky yes
terday selected tho site for the Ken
lucky State buildings al tho Panama
Fair In 1915.
STRONG IN HAWAII
rr'Sltfce tho Immigration Prohibition
Regiflatldna wore put Into prnctlco,
the number of Japanese has ever been
oiittho decrease. This, however, does
riof, present any cnuso for gloomy
thoughts upon tho futuro of tho Jap
anese In Hnwnli, because tho entry ot
JnpnncBO women for whom morrlngos
hnve been arranged through ex
chnngca of photographs has greatly
Increased in recent year, and the Jnp-
aneso births In Hawaii now roach over
320 n month. Resides this tho wives
aro helping their husbands by thorn
solves working for wnges and tho
money they gain is Invested in many
enterprises of their own, such us sug
ar, pineapple, banana, and cotton
plantations which nro becoming In
"AmerlcuiiB lire busy fortifying tho
Hawaiian Islands, They havn many
men-of-war stationed thcro nnd hnvo
increased tho strength of their garri
son. Rut tho officers ot those troops
like to employ Japaneso women In
household work and they treat theso
women vory well. This too contrib
utes In no small degree toward tho
Improvement of the. feeling botweon
tho two nationalities.
"To lllustrato Japaneso credit and
Inftucnco In Hawaii, let mo mention
tho fact that tho planning nnd con
struction of a big park which Is to bo
built nt u high cost on the site ot tho
Kveryono is anxious to rlso early,
but tho great difficulty in accomplish
ing tho feat prevents It from becom
ing n popular fad. To rlso at four, ono
should clamp an alarm clock (Irmly to
tho enr, and lcavn a call for tho flro
dopartmont. To Induce a boy to rUo
early, removo the bod from undor him
and soak him for thirty minutes In
clear, cold walor.
Kurly-rlslng clears tho brain, tones
1111 tho muscles, Increases tho appetlto,
and ruins theaters and taxlcau com
pantos. Nothing Is so beautiful as Nn
turo whon It Is waking for tho day,
and ovcry man should chorlsh two am
billons to see the Grand Canyon and
the world at sunrise. Roth will bear
watching beveral times,
TONE UP THE
Digestive Trouble Upsets the
Entire System and a Proper
Tonic Will Correct the
. Whole Difficulty.
Most Indigestion Is caused by lack ot
iono of tho system, debilitated stomach,
bldod or nerves, (or these three aro In
timately dependent on one another.
Stomach troublo rob" tlio blood ot
nourishment; thin blood means starved
nerves, nervousness and neuralgia.
And It Is precisely this Interdepen
dence ol tho stomach, blood and nerves
that makes Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
such a valuable homo remedy. A blood
builder and nerve tonic, they keep tho
stomach In perfect condition, provided
It Is not abused by Improper dicta.
Mrs. K. J. Burdick, a farmer's wife,
ot Campbell, Cal., was cured of stomach
trouble by Dr. Williams' Pink Mils and
recommends them to other sufferers.
"Three yean ago I had stomach
troublo ana nervousness and think It
wu due to overwork. My stomach
did not seem to digest the food and I
got so that 1 could not eat much of
anything. This seemed to tako my
strength away and. while I wu not
confined to bed, I had to givo up my
work. I was very nervous and easily
excited. I could not seem to get any
strength and was very pale.
"I was treated by two doctors who
said that my blood was Impoverished.
I grew worso, If anything, under their
treatment. My daughter read about
Dr. Williams' Pink Mils and brought
home a box for mo to try. Although I
had been sick for several weeks, I was
soon holpctl by tho pills. My appetite
picked up and tho food was digested.
I began to get stronger and In a short
time I was cured. 1 am glad to tell of
my experience w blch I hope will be of
help to other sufferers."
Dr. William;' Pink Pills were origin
ally a prescription used In tho doctor!
private practice and their benefit to
mankind has been Increased many
thousand fold by their being placed on
general sale with the doctor's own
directions for uso. They contain no
opiates or other habit-forming drugs.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro sold by
all druggists, or will lie sent, postpaid,
on receipt 01 price, M cents per noxj
six tioxes $2.60, by the Dr. Williams
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
old palnco by tho sldo of tho rlvor
Nuuanu. wera entrusted, entirely to
Japanese. Tho Japanese thcnrselvos
utlllzo every opportunity to Improve
their relations with tho Americans.
For Instance, they celebrated tho an
niversary of Washington's birthday In
tho most enthusiastic manner with
fireworks, and other entertainments."
ELIXIR OF LIFE
PARIS, France. Juno 11. Professor
Motchnlkoff of tho Paslour Institute
haB reported to the academy of scb.
onccs-that the Ilrst step haB been tak
en toward tho prolongation of human
life, a subject to which ho has dovotcd
years of study.
He believes that ho has proved that
old ago Is chlofly caused by two poi
sons, iihcnnl nnd Indol. which aro gen
erated In tho Intnstlncs, inducing such
diseases ns arlorlnl sclerosis, cirrhosis
of llvor and Interstitial nephritis.
Tho professor has also found that
these poisons aro nullified by sugar,
end honco tho task beforo him was to
find a bacillus rnpablo ot living In tho
human Intestines and producing sugar
At last he bellnvcs that he has suc
ceeded. Tho "bacillus glycobactcr,'
cultures nf which ho has obtained In
the Intestines ot hogs. Is tho tiny or
ganism wherein tho hopes of man's
longevity aro at present centered.
Kxncriments huvo boon mado on rats
and human beings with excellent re
Units. Professor Mctchnlkoff Is conD
dent that ultimately ho will bo able to
tinnsfnrm tho Intestinal secrotlons
Irom their normally noxious condition
Into a stato ot bcnollclal usefulness,
which may add years to tho lifo of
TO PROSECUTE FOR
ILLEGAL DRUG SELLING
Prosecution of drug stores that are
operating without tho sorvlco of a
properly-licensed pharmacist proimiiiy
will begin shortly at tho holiest of tho
Hoard of Health, tin tho suggestion of
Food Inspector K. II. Illanchard nnd
on the rocommendntlon nf Attorney
General Lindsay, who says ho will han
dle tho prosecutions it tho Hoard an
Illanchard reported at tho Hoard
meeting Wednesday that at least one,
bucIi establishment, tho Toyo storo, on
Nuuanu street, had been found by him
In Honolulu, Dr. Pratt, president of
,lm lln.nri4 ffl,n rntmrfn1 Hint n nitm.
bor of general merchandise stores on J
Kauai aro selling drugs lndlscrlmlnato-
ly, though thoy have only a mcrctmn
dlso license Ha suggested that the
prosecuting attornoys In all surh dls-'
trlcts bo notified tn begin proBOCU-j
tlous of offenders immediately.
e . j
A motorcycle Is not a blcyclo with-'
In the meiinlng of tho statute, and a
rider who drives his motorcycle on the
sldowalk csn not bo prosecuted under
the statute which forbids "riding' n
blcyclo on the sidewalk" Tills ruling
was made by Judge Wolfo in tho com
mon pleus court ut New Haven
Directors nf the Denver & HloOruude
Railway Co, dually approved tho plan
authorising the Issuu of 825,000,000 7
per cent, adjustment Income boniU,
A bill requiring compulsory educa
tion In Alaska pusscd tho Senate,
Payment of Water Rates.
As provided for In Chapter 4G of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 100T., all
persons holding water privileges or ,
those paying water rates arc hereby '
notified that the water rates for tho
six (G) months ending December .11,
1912, will bo due nnd payable on tho
Ilrst day of July, 1912. ,
A failure to pay such Water rates
within fifteen (15) days thereafter an
additional charge of 10 per cent will
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpnnd on July 1C, 1912. nre sub
ject to Immediate shut-olt without fur
Rates are payable at the office of tho
Honolulu Water Works, Capitol Ilulld
lug. J. M. MTTI.K,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
Department of Public Works, Ilureatl
of Honolulu Water Works, Honolulu,
T. II., Juno 19. 1912. 5267-10t
Payment of Sewer Rates.
In accordance with Act IBS, Session
1 ti.in ., 1111 llin ,.. nW, llllll Onn.1.
pants of the premises connected with
the sewer are hereby nutllled that tho
sewer rates for the six months begin
ning July 1, 1912, nnd ending Decern
her 31, 1912, will be due and payable
at me omce or mo nuperinienurni ui
Public Works on tho 1st day of July,
If any sewer rates shall remain un
paid more than 1.", days after It Is due,
10 per cent In addition thereto shall
be churged, which shall be collected
ns n part of such sewer rate All un
paid sewer rates shall bear Interest at
tho rate of 6 per cent per annum until
Superintendent of Public Works
Public Works Office. Juno 19. 1912.
Tenders for furnishing tho I'lty and
County of Honolulu with materials and
supplies for six months ending Decem
ber 31, 1912, will be received lit tho
office pi the City and County Clerk
until 7:30 o'clock p. in, Thursday, Juno
Tenders may be obtained upon ap
plication at tho olllcn of the I'lty and
County Clerk, .Mclntr Building, Ho
nolulu. D KALAI'OKAI.ANM. JR..
city nnd County Clerk.
Juno 18, 1912.
S2G7 -June 19. 20, 21
The Expert Watchmaker
1128 FORT STREET
The niCTCLK DEAI.EIt nnd RE
PAIR Kit, has moird to
180 KINd 'STREET
New location Ited front, near
Young Building. Telephone SK1R.
T.nxn-t- Prnviilnm Ann
NUUANU ST. NEAR KING STREET
Dr. T. MITAMTJRA
Officel 1412 Nuuanu St. cor. Vineyard
Olllce Hours: 9 to 12 11. m, 7 to 8
p. in, Sundays by appointment.
Rcsldenco: 50 N Vineyard Street,
near olllce. Telephone 2(13; P. O. Dox
as well as good service predom
Cunha'a Alley, Next Union Grill,
on King Street
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 1-2 Kim It,
NOTICE TO 8TOCKHOLDER8.
Oahu Railway & Land Company,
The stock books of the company
will lie closed to transfers from Juno
26 to July 1. 1912, Inclusive.
Stockholders nre requested to en
dorse their certificates of stock for re
issue, nnd to send them to the under
signed before July first in order that
new certificates may be Issued In their
place showing the nmount of tho cap
ital stock of the company as of July 1,
The certlflcnUs representing tho
stock dividend will be Issued ready for
delivery on July first
Payment for fractional shares will
be made by check ns soon thereafter
W. F DILLINGHAM.
Treasurer, Oahu Railway I.nnd Co.
Dated. Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 21,
REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF Mc-
BRYDE 8UQAR COMPANY,
The undersigned, Tho First Ameri
can Savings & Trust Company of Ha
wall, Limited, TruMco under the Deed
of Trust dated tho 2nd day of June,
A. D. 1902, made by tho Mcllryde Sug
ar Company, -Limited, to" the under
signed ns Trustee, hereby gives notlco
I to the Ilondholders of the McDrydo
Sugar Company, Limited, that In ac-
cordunce with tho terms and provl-
Islons of said Trust Deed said Com
pany will redeem nnd pay all Its out
standing bonds with accrued Interest
I thereon nn the 1st day ot July, 1912,
Jnt tho olllce of the First National Rank
I of Hawaii In Honolulu, T. I!., or at
the option of the holders of said bonds
at tho ofllco of the Rank of California
I In the City of Han ltnnclsco. State
of Callfurnln, or nt the office of Laid
law & Co., Rnnkcrs. In tho City of
New York, State of New York.
The holders of sold bonds, are hereby
notified to present the same for pay
ment of principal and Interest to July
1, 1912, and for cancellation nt nny ono
of the places nnd on or beforo th
dato last abovo mentioned, and said
holders aro further notified that If
nny of said bonds are not so presented
the Mcllryde Sugar Company. Limit
ed, will deposit with the undersigned
ns Trustee at Its ofneo In said Hono
lulu on said July 1, 1912, tho amount
nf tho principal and Interest to July
1, 1912, duo on said bonds so unpre
vented, nnd that thereupon all Interest
on said bonds so unprcsrntfd nnd all
rights thereunder except tho collection
nf said deposit will ceaso.
TIIH FIRST AMHRICAN 8AVIN08
& TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD,
Trustee under Trust Deed of McDrydo
Sugar Co., Ltd.
(Signed) By CKCIL, RROWN.
Honolulu T If. Mnv fi 1912.
IVJ4X Mi, 21. -4 5 31: June 4. 7. 11.
14, 18, 21. 25, 28: July 1
Honolulu Gas Company, Limited,
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers, of the Honolulu Gas Company,
Limited, will be held at tho office of
Castle & Wlthlngton. 37 Merchant
trcet. Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
on the 22ni day of June, 1912, at 9
o'clock a m to consider and act upon
the authorization of an Issue of bonds
In tho Imincdinto sum of $300,000 and
eventually In the aggregato nmount of
tl.000,000, to refund the existing bond
ed Indebtedness of the company, and
for other purposes, nnd the execution
of it trust deed or mortgage to secure
tho same, and tho transaction of such
other business ns may properly bo
brought before tho meeting.
A. N. CAMPBELL.
Secretary, Honolulu Gas Company,
Dm ted May 28. 1912.
5251 May 30; June 7, 14, 20, 21, 22
The -Honolulu Ona Company, Ltd.
will consider tenders for digging and
hitcklllllng about 40,000 feet, morn or
less, of trench. Also separate tendors
will bo considered for laying 40,000
feet, moro or les, of vurlous sixes of
Iron pipe, from 1U Inches to 4 Inches.
Specifications may bo obtained at
the olllce of the company, Alakea. and
Rerctatilu streets. 5266-lw
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bato. At Chambers, No, 4133, In the
Mutter of the Hstato of John Wagner,
Deceased, On reading and filing the
Petition and Accounts of Josephine
Wugner, Administratrix nf tho Kstate
of John Wagner, deceased, of Hono
lulu, city and County of Honolulu,
I Territory of Hnvvull, wherein petition
er usks to bo allow.sl 11069 05 and
charged with 87911.80, and asks that
the samo bo examined und approved,
and Unit it Una! order bo made of dis
tribution of tho remaining property to
tho persona thereto entitled and, dls
charging petitioner and sureties from
all further restioiisllblltles herein: It
' Is Ordered, that Monday, the 22nd day
I nf July, A D. 192, at 9 o'clock a in,
I before tho Judge presiding at Cham
bers of said Court ut his courtroom in
tho ol.l v M c. A lliilldlng. In Ho
nolulu, City und County of Honolulu,
ho und tho sumo hereby Is appointed
I the tlmo and place for hearing suld
I Petition and Accounts, and that all
I persons Interested limy then and there
uppcar and show cause. If uny they
alive, why tho same should not be
granted Ry the Court. A. K AONA,
Clerk. (Seal ) Dated the 14th day
or June, A D. 1912 Douthltt & Coke,
nttornejs for petitioner
52U1 June 14, 21, 28; July 5
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