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HONOLULU blLiK-LULLLIK, HOICDAY, JULY 1G, 1017.
o O O -1 O .it. V" O HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY Terms or suoscripuon. Daily Star-Bulletin 75 cents per monu. $8 per year, 5 centt per copy. Semi-Weekly Star-Bulletin, $2 per year. v Advertising Rates: Claesifled and Business Announce ments 1 cent per word per each Inser tion, op to one week. ' J. .. Estimate six words per line- . Per Una, one week JJ Per line, two week :J J Per line, one month . ... . . . - Per line, alx months.. 0 cents ea, ma . . . i Other rates upon application. No adVartlsents or liquors orr 'taix. .proprietary medicines .Hbi Slxfnc W aAwwrxteexn dress yourrepTles exactly as stated In the adtertlsemtnt : It yoa are telephone saascnber. phone yoir ad erOsement: we nu OUR PHONE IS 4ttV- 'v, -WANTED : "fs to Repair We guarantee to a?! leaks. Fee JLo Rogers or Alonto Vones. We lead; , others King bL . Phone 3u96. - b...iM - pr-fBorrtnc . Paint ; Co-" lso - Pitch and Gravel 'Roof Specialists. mtm t the old siano.. viuvw Pnone 498L . .. -r? ' A tew more customers In Ptmahou and iravtvi utricia to take milk from w. -Phone (302. : C822 lm A two-bedroom unfurnished house , In k Kalmnkl or.waiKiBU .rnouw The best market price will be paid tor . RtAT-Eulletin.; 6734-u HELP WANTED for office In wholesale . with aome knowledge a o bookkeeping and typewriting. Good t wages. . Apply in own nanuwrmas. " Address Box 640, Btar-jjuiieua. X:,. . 6807 tf -. J-'- n .Bntd to Uke Dositiou in print icff Plant Also opportunity of at- t tending school Good pay to atari. ' Apply Mr. Thomas, T. M. L. A. ' ' . ,". ?34-tl V'.-. I3ootblack at Post Barter Shop, Scho- eid Barracks: wages ,xu.uw - yr .v' - -' 1 6834 tf Barber , wanted .atPacheco's Barber Shop. J; SITUAT1 ON WANTED. JaDanese schoolboy wants work after , scnooi nours. . w Telephone 1124. 68S5 6 jar,r.psi tlrl wants to do housework vin. Telcnhone- 7346 Te- v en 7 r.d ft o'clock. 6835 tf , . v - i , j j AGENTS WANTSD. TAlin KOTICD BIG MONEY formeh and women selling lots In the City c f Richmond, : the manuiaciurAng " ' -enter of the WesL The Standard OU' Co, the Pullman Shops,, the : - Eanta Fe R. R. Termin J and 'shops located there. Write Owners nn-itt Co-- Ilamboiat uanx, rsan ryftfidseo. . 816 lm CMPLOYWgfft OFFICES PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT BUREAU - Japanese help, 1165 vjnion street. rhona 4126. . ' -6806 6m Y. Nakanisti. 34 Beretanla tu near - Nncanu. Thone 4511. 6:30 a. m. to 6 p. rr. Reitdence phone, 7096. E246-tf : Aloba Lnijloymit Office. TeL 4889. : Alacal sU orp. Rapid Transit office. AH kinds , help furnished. - 6101-tf Jsranese help of all kinds, male and female. G. IUrioka, 1210 Emma eL Ptcne 1420. : : .' 6054-tf ELECTION OF OFFICERS. -I KAU AGRICULTU RAL COM PAN Y, j : ; (UMITED). -' At - the regular aarna: meeting of shareholdere of Kau Agricultural Com 2aay. United, .held at the offlco of C Brrer fc Company, Limited, Agents, Hor-clultf, T. IL, February 14, 1?17, the following directors and audi tor were elected to sore for the en ruing year; - ; . ' v. - i Henry SJL Ooar, Richard Ivers, E. P. Bishop, T. A: Buck, H. M. Whitney, Dircotors; H. Class, Auditor. . At a subsecuent meeting of the Beard or Directors, tha following ofO cers were elected to erye for the en eulcg year: - v'? :- - Jk A. Buck.; .V.. President -:' E. P. Bishop. ;, Vice-President C ''; H. M. Whitney..... Treasurer . . -l Richard Irers ..... .Secretary ;f . v . RICHARD IVERS Secretary, Kau Agricultural Com ' y pany, (Limited).11 : K ;j Honolulu, July 12, 1917. r'r. f; 6837 St - - ; - 5 STAR-BULLETiN GIVES " YOU TODAY'S fiEWS TODAY . i end, Greasgs a .mm m mm m mm FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES Cadillac, s-passenger; excellent condi tion; electric lights; self-starter: new tires; power pomp; 4 extra sub casings; 3 extra inner tubes; com- plete set of tools and garage.' All tor 340U.O0. E. W. Ely, Q. M. office. Ft. Shatter. 8820 tf 1912 Oakland Roadster, 1 150.00; 1916 1915 Studebaker; 1914 Ford Truck, For prices inquire at the Pacific Auto Machine Shop, Phone -4055. 6803 Cm 1912 Packers Roaaster, tn good condi tion, 5700. Address P. E Star Pullttla Office. S60S-tf 112 K. M. P., first-class condition; W.QO0. Address Ord. Sgt O. Nel son, yoit Shafter. 6837 2t 191? Euick roadsr. perfect condition. Cziionty. Mrs. C. R: Forbes, Pbone 64:0.v 6837 Ct AUTO ACCESSORIES AH tnaki of acto anf bicycle tire' and tubes; auto accessories; also vulcauizing, retreading, rebeading, etc, Taisbo Vulcaoixlng Co., UL& .ilSO Merca&nt: Kwa Alakea st pbpne 3197.- 6S3-6m Automobile, carriage agon supplies Quaker, Portage tires, tube New , Oahu CarrUse Mlg. Co. Tel. 2743. 803 6m Accessories: tires. -TeL 1824 Smoot L Steinhauser, Alakea and Merchant AUTO PAINTING. Pacific Auto Painting Co Our coat ings guarantee drrabHty of paint oa ' lenders; first-class job, fair prices. Opp. car barns, Phon 5961. - . . - 6815 3m v; - MOTORCYCLES,. ETC THOR motorcycles; Pierce bicycles; supplies; painting;,, repairing. K. ' Okahiro. pp. Oahu ily. Tel. 4018. T. EKI cyclemotor agt. So. 20ng. BICYCLES. Komeya, Bicycles, Punchbowl' King. A 607-t . ' V j MIYAMOTO, bicycles. 182 N. King SL i - cJ 6803 6m tT " SATO, 830 N. King. TeL 1026. 68034m REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE IN COOL KONA. A com fortable cottage of 6 rooms, Bwly- , painted, on government; Joad, 1 mile ; from P, OJ Holualoa., Simply titf nished. . New bath tub and patent water closet One acre with fruit trees and flowers common to coua try, 300 cofee trees in bearing; man goes, papaias, Jireadfruit banana, sour sop, eta; In bearing. Appraised ! by tax assessor at $2800, clear title. V A very pretty little place for sum mer home. Write for particulars to V owner, Dr. Goodhue, 1240 Kinau f St, Honolulu. : ? V 6836 6t House and lot 73x233; Lawns, fruit and ornamental trees, 2 bedrooms, pergola garage, two ' chicken ; 2 runs and coops. - Fine, sea i rlew. cool breetes and free from red dirt and flust" 131$ Wilhelmlna Rise, Palolo avenue,' runs along" rear; Phone 2012. P. O. Box 948. ; Price $3900. 6838 6t'--'-" ATTRACTIVE $17500 -PROPERTY House and furniture, grounds 52,500 sq. ft' Beautiful view, i Must sell now. Price $14,000 or terms. Ad dress Box 650, Star-Bulletin, -office, ..V v 6316 lm ; ; - POULTRY. Retail, whoiesale , chickens, eggs ; Wo Chong, Hi Kekaullke., 'L 2867.' ::: . - 6817 3m V PET STOCK. German t police . dog, three years eld (male). Address Box 659, Star-Bui-;etln. '.V'- v-6822 tf FOR SALE EXCHANGE Second-hasd ' cameras and : - lenses bought, sold or- exchanged. Koda graph Shop, Kotei and Union" sts. ..,;: ...:;6307-tr MISCELLANEOUS. 3A. (3x5t3) Ansco;De Luie Special Camera, - equipped - with . highest , grade imported leos and shutter: Ad dress Box 672, Star-Bulletin. ' . ;,. V . 837 3t r-; v'l ' r All kinds of frun, vegetables - and seeds; 1061 Aa!a street Phone 3554. WOOD AND COAL Tanaba Co PauahL nr. River sU teL 2657; firewood and charcoal, whole sale and rctalt : 6297-tf AUCTION BULLETIN On Friday we offer U. S. Officers . Furniture, sold because of their, de parture tor active duty elsewhere. ' Fine goods, tasteful selections and many fancy pieces, some rare, all in g5od shape ready or use with no re pairs necessary..:" hi -r 'r- With the-demand tor Household Fur niture as it Is at present you should sell all -your surplus how. ; i pn Friday, July 20, we shall sell at Furniture, see special ads. V y We announce the Sale of Furiture at .the corner of Pena.cola and Wilder avenue, on Monday, July 23, at 10 o'clock, property of Mr. Robert Scott of .HomMulu Iron Works, now on duty ' In New -Tork finest lot" of : matched Koa ever offered, as. well - as Oak Furniture rnd effects. Plants, etc etc Honolulu Auction Rooms. J. SJlalley. ; ' . ; ...... .., , . , I A daughter, Nancy BurnhamJ was bcrn on June 14 to T.Tr. and Mrs. Joserbl FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES Durable houses In yartous parts of thft HtT. fnrnlshf and nnfnrnishee. at 115, 118. 2. 125. 130. $35, 840 and ! op to 125 a xaonta. See list in our otfice. Trent Trut Co.. Ltd- Fort street, between King and Merchant. Waiklkl, 2448 Kuhio arenue. Royal Grove, new two-bedroom bungalow, right of way to t;ach. Phone 4327. 6838 tf Completely rurnished coUages and apartments on the beach. Apply Mrs. Cressaty, 1909 Kalakaua Ave. 6779 tf Cottage, furnished or .unfurnished; no children; Alew Heights, Telephone 184 6823 tf Small furnished cof ge; 825.00. No children. 871 Youn", near Kaplolani. 6834 tf Two-bedrocm bungalow. 6784 tf Plicae 7509. UNFURNISHED HOUSES. Waikiki, 2450 Kuhio avenue, Royal Grove, 2-bedroom bungalow, nepr, modern. Hot water heater, shower, etc Rent, $32.50. Phone 4327. 6837 tf Waiklkl, 2450 Kuhio avenue. Royal Grove, new -2-bedroom bungalow. Hot water heater, shower, etc. Rent $30.00. Phone 4327. 6837 tf FURNISHED ROOMS. Large room for two gentlemen, also sinxie room.' special rat y uie montc Heiaie's Tavern. Fhone 4986. - v 6743-tf Lieht houcekeDnr and single rooms. . Ganxel Place. 113 Vineyard, cr. Fort . ' 6434-tf t , Light housekeeping rooms; hi-- eleva tion: elosa is. Phone ' 4SMf HOTELS THE P1ERPOINT . -On the Beach at Walkikf Furnished, bungalows and roomsr ex cellent meals; splendid bathing and boaungp itou-iooe piomenaae pier, . beautiful . marine and maun tain view; terms reasonable. Mra John Cassidyv TeL 5708. - ' 6202-tf St Elmo 1065 Punchbowl fSt, PP Library: ' double and single rooms, wlth-board; excellent cuisine. Mrs. A.' R. Heapy. -prop? . 68D6 tf BY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION NO, 7. Be4Leaol7edJythjBaardi6f -Su pervisors: of the : City and County f of Honolulu; Territory of - Hawaii, that the ' foltowlng" " sums amounting: to Three Thousand -Dollars ($3,000.00), be, and the same Is bereby- appropri ated out of all moneys In ' the Per manent Improvement Fund of " the Treasury,' City: and County of Hono lulu, for an account to be known as New ' Buildings,' said sum to be an ad vance out of said Permanent Improve ment Fund to be '." "reimbursed - from School Special Fund against the New Buildings for the following purposes, to,wit:u::,: ; .. .:v:;.. Ewa School 750J50 Aiea School 750.00 , Walaloaj School . ., 1,500.00 - Presented by - ' ; v BEN HOLLTNGER. , Supervisor. Honolulu,- July 12, 1917. ' ; r. I 'do' hereby . certify that the 'fore going resolution passed Firsts Reading and ordered to printat a meeting held by the Board of Supervisors on Thurs day, i July 12, 1917, on the following vote of said board:;; Ayes: Ahla, -Arnold, Hollinger, Mc Clellan, Petrle.. Total 5. ' ,A f Noes: None. " ' " Absent and not voting: Bdllina, Mott-Smith. Total 2. . . . E. BUFFANDEAU. .. Deputy City and County Clerk. 6838 July 14, .16, 17. J. A. Gonsalves. the nhotosranher. left' for the Volcano Sunday to take pictures. He expects to " return to Honolulu in about a week. . fHIDDEN PUZZLE -THE FISHING IS FINE." Find another sport ' , l.,:-..m. : REBUS. . , Ttr arrange In a system. I. " - TES7CRDATS AXSWSBS. Vpvr right comer Coicrt hettd tap seeeMBBBMslBSjaBJSBBBWBBMBBBBBBSBBMBBlBMSSMBJSBSBBMBBBBS BUSINESS GUIDE BAMBOO FURNITURE. , ohtanl. Fort, near Kukui. TeL 302"8. 6800 tf CAFES AND RESTAURANTS Boston Cafe Coolest paoe la town. and night Bijou lueater. Hotel 'su 6539-tf Columbia Lunca Rooms; quick service and cleanline&j our motto; open day and night Hotel st, pp. BetheL , 5518-tf CLEANING AND DYEING A. B. C. Renovator; clothes cleaned, dyed and repaired. Phune 4149. 61U4-U Steam cleaning. Alakea et. nr. Gas Co. ,6234-tx CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS Coconut plants tor sale, tfanioan va riety. Apply A. u. iiilis, Licue, Kauai. 627 7-U T. Kunikiyo, 1111 Fori; phone l3. 6298-tt Toyoshiba, Kins su, opp. 64U-3m Vida VlUa. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. HONOLULU PLANING MILL, LTD., Contractors ana builders. Maaulac turers oi doors, sashes, - frames, bunas, moldings, screeu, brackets, etc. All kinoa uf uu4 woik, unish ing, turning, iiepair work una biuail iob a Siwaaiiy. irort SL Tel. 1510. G. Nomura, builder and contractor; excavating, gracing, paving, team ing, concrete, vrusued roca, sand. Moiliill, nr. Quarry. Phone 748a ' ' . 656viyr M. Fujita, contractor and builder, painter, paper hanger. Phone 5VU2. ' ..- .-i'- i 6300-lyr H. Monzen, ; builder anfl contractor. 662 S. Beretanla st Phoiie 3227. 6602-6m 7 CONTRACTORS GENERAL Ohio Building Ca,general contractors. Prices low, work satisfactory. Phone 2113, 1383 Emma street near Vine yard street Honolulu. 6839 lm U. Jramamato, gs &t Kukui st, phone M0; . general contractor; building. ENGRAVING cauia ana Business earns, mono . i , .. .. - grama, wedding invitations and an- eouneements, stationery, etd; co rect tyls. Stat-BuIIatla Printing jjcpanmeun, aiwctiant st FURNITURE. Murata 715 IMuth St New and sec- Tona-nana ronuture4 c ' ight and sold. cnairs ror rent pnone 1695 y';:: - ; 812 6m New and ZnfVaaM furniture bought ano soia. rnone izfi Fort st SalkL Bamboo furniiure; 563-Bereta nla st t078-tf JUNK Junk bought and sole. Phone 4368. MASSAGE K. Hashimoto,' massage - and electro- v, neeringr Nuuanu st, opp. Willfams' undertaking office, phone 1785. 6400-3m MERCHANT TAILOR fii;Y. Sang,"iaflor. 1131 Union.4 6454-6m MONEY LOANED Money, ioaned on ; diamonds, watches and jewelry at legal rates. Federal Loan Office, 95 N. King st 6365-tr Fidelity Loan Office, 52 No. King st . Loan & jewelry exchange. Old gold & silver boifght' -Jewelry repaired. '. , , ' 6769 lyr PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS. G Floyd, Perkins 603 Bldg. i Phone 2907. ; . Stangenwald . 6809 6m PLUMBERS. Masakl Bros,; 709 Kins. TeL 5999. . . 6812 6n Won Loul Co, 75 Hotel St, Phone 1033. 6815 6m . , Chee Hoon Kee. ,11 PauahL TeL 3553. 6817 3m . . TEA HOUSES Ikesu, best Japanese dimiers. T W. dimie 43d, prop. Telephone 1212. 183-tf TYPEWRITERS. Repairing and rebuilding." All stand- ard makes. Hon. Typewriter Ex-i 184 Merchant Phone 5575. 6314 m i PRINTING We do not boast of low prices, which usually coincide with poor quality J but we "know bow" to put life, ' hustle -and go Into printed matter, and that is what talk loudest and longest.' Honolulu Star Bulletin .Printing Department 125 Merchant street SHiRTMAKERS YAMATOYAr- Shirts and pajamas made to order. 1305 .Fort st, opp. Kukui st, phone 2331. 6442-lyr ,'AkagL 1218 Nuuanu St.; shlrtmaker. - 6307-tf toya, shirts, 1146 Nuuanu st . 6451-3m to order, 348 N. Klnf 5 6m LC AN 12 ING. Old tirtvtaade owe, moirato prices. fie I. -Vaim4 Vulcanizing, Maunar keasanLt,"y' .rsts..;- -.-,: i5814 6m . y j - v. - ...-i GlVima K. TVrVne---made 1 - m sv -m . STAT' -ET1N GIVES YOU BUSINESS PERSONALS CHIROPODIST. Dr. Frank O. Kansler. Elite Bldg-, 164 Hotel St. Hours, 8:2D to 4:30; Sun days it evenings, by appointment. Phone 5536. 6806 tf OSTEOPATHIC Dr. P. H. Perm ock. osteopathic physi cian, 424 Bht -nla st; phone 2350. 6701 tf NEW THOUGHT Buy New Thought Books. Phone 1579. 6760-U DRESSMAKERS. Mrs. S. Masakl Maunakea ana Bere tanla. 6814 ra LANGUAGE AND PENMANSHIP. MALTERRE'S French and Penman ship Lessons now opened at Room 3, Llite Bldg. Age no hindrance.' 606 tf PALMISTRY. SPECIAL OFFER THIS WEEK. Mme. Cleo will read both hands for $1.50. Personal attention and ad vice given on all affairs of life; of fice hours 9 to 121 to 6. Evenings by appointment Phone 3606. Par lors 254 South King. Corner of Richards. 6805 tf LEGAL NOTICES ' txt Tur rTtrTTiT ntyfvtT rp TUP Third Circuit Territory of Hawaii j At Chambers In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Es ther K. Baker, Deceased. Order of Hearing and Publication of Notice of Hearing of Petition to Sell Real Estate. . On reading and filing the petition of David K. Baker, Administrator of the Estate of Esther K. Baker, deceas ed, nraving for an order of sale of cer tain real estate belonging to said Es ther K. Baker, deceased, at the time of her death, to wit an undivided one-half interest , in about one acre of land at North Kohala, County and Ter ritory of HawalL and an undivided cne-half interest in 126 acres of land at North Kohala," Hawaii,' aforesaid. and setting . forth certain legal rea sons why such real estate; should he soJd. to' wit to-pay off certain claims against said, estate;, v. It is hereby ordered, that the heirs and next of kin of . said . Esther , K. Baker; deceased." and all persons in terested in the said estate appear be fore thir CflurF Cftt' Saturday7the-25th day of . August 1917; t 10 o'clock a, m., at the court room of this Court In JCallua; North'; Kqna, HawalL then and 'twere to show cause; If any J they have, .why an order .should not be granted for the . sale ' of such real es tate. ' . y V" '-;" . .'. ' y-- ': And -It Is 'further ordered, thai no tice of .this order be published at least once - a week tor ? three successive weeks before the said day of hearing, in the Star-Bulletin, a newspaper pub lished In Honolulu, the last publica J tion to be- not less than .ten days pre vious to the time therein appointed for said hearing.-, 5 , Dated f at Kailua, Hawaii, this 9th day of July," 1917. i; J.: .W. THOMPSON, Circuit Judge, Third Circuit T. H. Attest: ; V A - ; ... (Seal)' JOHN HILLS," ' Clerkv Circuit Court Third Circuit Territory of HawaiL r 6839 July 16, 23r 30, Aug. 4. IN - THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE , First Judicial ' Circuit . Territory of! Hawaii At Chambers In Probate. In the, Matter of the Estate James C. Quinn, Deceased. of Notice of Petition for Letters of Ad ministration De Bonis Non. The petition of Clement K. Quinn, formerly of Honolulu, City and County t ; Honolulu,' Territory of Hawaii, and now of Hflo, County Of Hawaii, Terri tory aforesaid) alleging that on the 24th day of May, 1915, James C. Quinn died intestate In Hoadlulu aforesaid; that on the 18th day of August 1915, the said Clement K. Quinn was duly appointed permanent administrator of said estate and that on the 25th day of January, 1917, he was duly discharg ed as such administrator; that the said deceased left certain automo bile. In Honolulu aforesaid, necessary to be administered upon which was not finally administered upon by. said admlni8trat0r' and still remains unad I ministered upon, and praying that Noa IW. Alull be appointed Administrator De Bonis Non of the said estate, having this day been filed: It is orderod that Friday, the 27th day of July, 1912:, at 2 o'clock p. m, be and hereby is appointed for hear ing said petition, in the court room of this Court, In Honolulu, City and County .of Honolulu, at which time and place all persons concerned may appear and show cause, if any they bave, why said petition should not be granted. By the Court: H. A. WILDER, Clerk. Dated Honolulu, T. H., June 25, 1917. NOA W. ALULI, Attorney for Petitioner. 6821 June 25, July 2, 9, 16. STOCKS AT AUCTION. Saturday. July 21st, 1917, at 13 o'clock noon, at our salesroom, we will sell at public auction, by order of. its Treasurer, 142 shares of the c.pital stock of the Mu ual Telephone Company, same being fractional and non-accepted pro rata shares .author ized, by a Directors Meeting of the Company held March 21, 1917- - , , v JAS. F. MORGAN CO- LTD..;! .- ;j.y f.u : - i - Auctioneers. JAPAHIIIT BY H. C. L.; RAISE PRICE OF SHAVES Now it's the bight cost of Japanese shave. According to, an announce ment made today, the Japanese. Bar bers' Association, beginning August 1, will- raise the price of haircuts and shaves to 25 cents and 15 cents straight It has formerly been the custom to give the double service for 35 cents, but the new price is to be 40 cents. T. Sekiya, an officer of the associa tion, who has a shop on Nuuanu and Hotel streets, said this morning Ahat the general rise in tonaorlal goods and the demand for more pay from the bar bers has caused the association to de cide upon this move. Sekiya estimates that there are 140 barbers In the or ganization. . S. Hamal, Beretanla street barber, says the prices of razors and other barber equipment have ascended rap idly in the last yean He pointed to a fajorite razor. which he formerly purchased at 32.75, and which now costs more than 85. - V - So far as could bo ascertained this morning the Chinese barbers are sot contemplating an Increase In prices. " $10,000 CHAPEL A new Catholic chapel will be built thi Kalmnki bn the lot . next to the Academy of Sacred Hearts as soon as the money' can be raised. In the near future a fair will : be held for the purpose of obtaining funds for the building. ' .. ; Although, no definite : plans have been laid for the construction, it will cost about 810,000. ; ' ? ; . The services in Kaimuki have pre viously been held in the convent, but it has now been found quite neces sary that additional room' be; had. Father Patrick will be In charge of the new chapel when it is .construc ted and will also direct the fair. ' Because' of lack, of 'proper parental supervision, a Porto Rlcaa .firt U yeara -4d, was committed -to. tha- ra form school Saturday by Circuit Judge Heen.i The parents of the lrL who were in court Mid they would rather have their daughter marry a certain soldier,; but the girl 1 said . she did not want ito-marry hiaL.,' 'i?;'vi Territory of HawalL..- ) : VH - - City and County of Honolulu. ) K ' X Rudolf Buchly, being duly sworn, de poses and says that he is the Cashier of The First American Savings and Trust Company of Hawaii Limited, that, the following schedule is a full, true and accurate statement of the at fairs of The First. American Savings and Trust Company of HawalL Lim ited, to and Including the '30th' day of June, 1917.' such schedule being-required by Section No. 3327, of the Revised Laws. 1915, of the Territory of Hawaii. The authorized capital of the Com pany Is 1200,000.00, divided Into 2000 shares of the par value of $100.00 each. The number of shares issued is 2000 seventy per-cent thereof,, equal to 3140,000.00 has been paid, leaving $60,000.00 subject to be called In. The liabilities of the Company on the 30th day of June,-1917, as then ascertained were as follows: -i ; - Capital paid in. 140,000.00 Undivided' Profits ...... ' 3841:71 Deposits ..; . . ........ 90603.43 ; , $1,084,845.14 The assets of the Company on the 30th day of June, 1917, were as fol lows: :-. -'Yr'' Bills Receivable . . .... ...$ 67864.92 Bonds and Stocks Due from . Banks and "Bankers Real Estate .,........., 300,630.00 67,73550 2700.00 Accrued Interest Other Assets 8,787.72 827.00 : $1,084,645J4 RUDOLF BUCHLY, . : , Cashier. K Subscribed and sworn . to before me this 12th day.of July, 1917. , (Sgd.) F. F. FERNANDA ; ' Notary PublicFirtt. Judicial areuiL Territory of HawaiL 1 I hereby certify that the above Is a true and correct copy of the original schedule filed In the office of the Treasurer of the Territory of HawalL (SEAL) T ' F. F. FERNANDESj ' Notary PubUc, First Judicial Circuit Teniory of HawalL 6836 t : NOTICE.: To Whom It May Concern: I. L. Steinberg has disposed bx his business known as the Honolulu Ex pert Window Cleaning Company to Esoeph Postovoy. All contracts and outstanding debts will be assumed by the new management V c V j THE HONOLULU EXPERT WINDOW CLEANING CO., ESOEPH POSTOVOY, Manager. 6837 3t CIGAI13 CATHOLICS PLAN Adelina Patti MINERAL PRODUCTS COMPANY.! -"'.' ' notice. "vlf The directors will recommend at til annual meeting called under the by? law at th nfflrM rtt tkm f!nfffn Trust Company, Limited, Wednesday July 18th, 1917, at 3:00 p. &W that the meeting be called to order and at Once adjourned until Monday, July 30th, at the same time and place. The reports from Manager Anderson will arrive on a steamer, the sailing of which from San Francisco has been delayed so that It will be impossible to have th . reports printed and placed In the, mails -going to the other Islands be fore Wednesday, July 18th. The direc tors believe thi. the stockholders 13 the Territory should be familiar with. tnese reports before the annual meet Ing so that their representatives ther at may be tnstrceted. . i ; A full representation at the tnauar meeting is urgently requested.. : i MINERAL PRODUCTS COMPANT. f By Q. S; WATERHOUSE, 1 secretary, $837 3t Satisfacticn ,;-lswhai yon gtt at this GOOD YEAR SERVICE STATION. ' v ThevonHammYdun1 Co., ltd f 1 Honolulu Antoaoblld r: ; v FBA1TK C00IIE3 ; ; Bishop and Queen Tel 21C 1 KINS 4. NUUANU'AUTO 8TAND Phono FOR' ALL PURPOSES , Paper Bajs, Cups, Ptat, , Napkins-and Towels, Etc. . AMHAW. PAPER CO, Ltd. Fft0fts14t9 V. ' : Jj Ashman Beavsn, Mgr. ; A P r ev4 r: HONOLULU MUSIC CO. Lt J. ' 1107 Fort Street f MEAT MARKET A GROCERY C. Q. YEE HOP 4 CO. WCHESHEY COFFEE CO. COFFEE ROASTERS . Dsaiers In Old Konaj Coffee Merchant St . ' Honolulu WOIimrS APPAB2L 1023 Fort Street ,Gruenhasen's Blue Ribbon; V Choco!o2oG; HAWAIIAN DRUG CO. -' Hotel and Bethel Streets . - SILVA'S TOGGERY Home of Hart : Schaff ner, A Marx Clothes - King, near Fort- : -iKSPURElCv From distilled water y- v-i V 1 : Qeick-dslltsry by- motor. OAHU ICE CO. ; Phone 1123 The Waterhouse .Co., Ltd. I Underwood Typ ewriter3 :' YOTJ1TO BTJILDnTO 7 H. HACKFELD & CO. , v.IIirutcd:;-- ' xi Co2isi2:icn II:rc!inT : noiioLVL-j' Supreme