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O HONOLULU STAEUIJiEI3N.TUESDAY;JULY 17, 1917; ;. V 0 o o HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY Terms of Subscription: Osy Star-Bulletin 75 ceaU per month. it per year, I cents per eopy. Bead-Weekly BUr-Bnlletln, $2 per year. Advertising Rates: Classtfled end Business Announce meats 1 cent per word per each inser tion, np to one week. Estimate six words per line. Per line, one week J" Per line, two weeks JJ nJ" Per line, one month .70 c" Ptr line, tlx months, .eo cents es, ma Other rates open application. . No t4rerUsementt oT Uquors or cer- tain proprietary medicines will be ac cepted, m la replytag to adrertlsemenU. ad itressrrVepUes exsctly a ttated In the sdvertisemenL . If rtm are a telephone subscriber, phone yocr adTertlsement; we wui OUR PHONE IS 4911. WANTED fcats to Repair We guarantee ..ZL iii it Bee Lon Rogers to or a 1mm TmH We lead: others follow. Eureka Paint Co, li 8a King bt Phone ww. ..i(tv vit Co also pitch aAd Orarel Roof Specialists, st tun ar ue oia luutu, Phone 498L tf i Ttinhnn and A lew more wwiw' -r---T Uakiki districts to take mUk from ttated cows, raone A two-bedroom unfurnished bouse KtlmuW or WalklkL Phone 2758 em st in The best market price will be paid v. inttffl rm br for the "UMiAinte StanBullstia. 7I4-tf HELP "WANTED yormf man tor office la wholesale bookkeeping tad typewriting Good wagva. aaoress o w"""" . ,. ; .... ... tt07 tf ;. . : , n - i.Va rv1ttmi In mint1 , te plaat. Alao opportunity of at tending school Good pay to start. APPiy AIT. Ahonas, i. m. . . ; . . 7!44t " Machinists wanted. Apply Cattoa, . i Neill C4 South St - 125 June 29, "July S. 4, 10, 11, 17, 18. ; , , 24, Z. i. Bootblack at'Post Barber Shop;Scho- v Rtmeki: waxesllOO 3t. s Barber waated at Pachew'sBarber ' f ebon, ii- -:--..v ;;. mo u SITUATION WANTED. jt apaaesaj schoolboy waats work after ; v. achool aours. , w aax we jvb Tlenhone U24. . ' 6885 4t ' Jastaess girl -waats to ao housework j: sad .cooklag. Telephone;. 7841 be tween 7 ana s o ciocx. . T.LaA nmtr - nan '.wants - work s sm T wi 0 e 1 k mornings r house or office work. .M.vi iwMltkin. Refer . aoes addresi P. O. Box 280. City. 4 AGENT WANTSD. TAKE NOTICE BIQ MONET tor men and women selSas; lots la the City ct Rlchooad,' the manufacturing 4 neater of tie WesL' The Standard ttm cL.-ths',Punmsa Shops, the - r -R.' Terminal and shoos are located .there. Write Owners : nezlty Co; Uamboldt Bank. Saa V Fraadsoo. - : :J' ? C81S Im v , EMPLOYMENT OFFICES PACinO EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Japanese help. 111 C Union street Phoae 4181, ' 804-m J. NaksaUhl. 84 Beretaala st, near . Nuuaau. -Phoae 4511. 6:80 a. m. to I ft Racldence phone, 7096. 5246-tf SJoha Umployment .Office. TeL 4883. -'. Ktnn.-Rasld Transit office. ! " All kinds : . help furalaied. 6101f ; jimdkm nels of all kinds, male sad , fmai. a. Hlrsoka. 1210 Emma st : ' 'Phoae 1420. y. r'-vv.-. W54-tf LOST, STOLEN OR STRAYED. .irer sad White Pointer, answers to Teddy. Koury u. nemuig, Phone 8124 or 1571. : Reward 5.oa " PoStkea' learns . from Chrlstlanla that the demonstrations against : the , present high prices will be held almul -taneously all orer - Norway. All prl- : 'Tate business Will be : suspended, no aewtpapers win appear, shops sad restaurants will be closed, sad the trams win not run. Rain Is badly wanted in almost tery part' of Austria-Hungary to en sure erea arerage r crops, says the Neue Frele Presse. Glren rsia, the aewspaper adds, there might be good : arersgs crops. of wheat., oats and f parley, but-the outlook for rye Is not jsot UTprshle. i-'V a" ?. ' Clttrlbuted by t. n m l vj.r tc I iyr? FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES Cadillac fr-passenger; excellent condi tion; electric lights; self-starter; new tires; power pomp; 4 extra sub casings; S extra Inner tabes; com plete set of tools and garage. All for 5400.00. E. W. Ely. Q. M. office. Ft. Ehafter. !2Q tf 1912 Oakland Roadster. $150.00; 1914 1915 Studebaker; 1914 Ford Truck. For prices Inquire at the Pacific Auto Machine Shop. Ptone .4055. 6803 4m Olds Roadster, excellent condition, bargain for quick sale. Apply Cot tage I. Royal Hawaiian Hotel, be tween 4 and 5 p. m. 6840 2t 1912 Packard Roadster, tn good condi tion, 8700. Address P. E Wtar Bulletin Office. 6408-tf 1916 Scripps-Booth. Bargain for quick sale, leering Saturday. Lieut Chrls tensen, Fort Shatter. 6830 Jt 1917 Buick roads'er, perfect condition. Cash only. Mrs. C. R. Forbes, Phone 5470. 6837 6t AUTO ACCESSORIES All makes of auto and bicycle tlref sad tubes: suto acrsssorles: also rulcanlzlng, retreading, rebesdlsg, etc Talsho Vulcasulng Co Ltd, 180 Merchant Ewa Alakea st phoae 8197. . Cfi4nf Automobile, carriage -agoa supplies Quaker, Portage tires, tubes New Oahu Carriage. Mlg., Co. TeL 2742. Accessories; tires. TeL 1824 Smoot 4 Stelnhauser, Alakea and Merchant. 6808 Cm AUTO PAINTING. Padflo Auto Painting Co Oar coat ings guarantee durability of paint oa fenders; first-class Job, fair prices. Opp. car bans. Phone esii. 6815 3m MOTORCYCLES, ETC Tttoo mAtnrowiM! Plate htrrrlM: Okahlro, opp. Oahu Ry. ToL 4011. T. EKI cyclemotor agt, 8a TUkg. 6804 6m t ... BICYCLES. Komeys, Bicycles, PuQchbowlreV King. SVIO-U MIYAMOTO, bicycles. 182 N. King St 6803 6m . 8ATO. 830 N. King! TeL 1026. 6803 4m FOFTHIRE. 1917 Ford Touring Cer fafthlre, with- , . out dxlTer, to reliable party, -Inquire Lwia Garase. 6839 St REAL ESTATE. FO BALE IN COOL KONA. A com fortable cottage ' of . 6 rooms, newly- i painted, on government road, 1 mile t from P. O. Holuaioa. . Bimpjy -rur alshed. New bath tub. and patent water closet One acre with 'fruit trees and flowers common to coun try. 300 cofee trees In bearing; man goes, papalas, breadfruit banana sour sop, etc m bearing. Appraised by tax assessor,, at 82800, clear title. A rery pretty little place ror sum mer home. ; Write for particulars to owner, Dr. Goodhue, 1240 . Klnau St- Honolulu. 6836 6t House aad lot 73x233. Lawns, fruit sad ornamental trees, 2 bedrooms, errola raraze J two' 1 chicken runs and coops, . Fine . sea ,rlew,. cool breexes ana tree rrom rea gut ana oust 1318 Wtlhelmlna Rise, Palolo . areaue. . runs along rear, rnone 2012. P. O. Box 948. Price 83000. 6838 t f POULTRY. Retail wholesale chickens, eggs; Wo Chong, 34 Kekauuke., - L 2867. 6817 8m PET STOCK. German police dog, three years old (male). Address Box 659, Star-Bui-letla. 6822 tf DOG. Thoroughbred female pointer pup, S months old. Phone 1717. . 6840 3t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Second-head csaieras-f ;sal : leases bought sold or exchanged. Koda graph Shop, Hotel sad Union sts. MISCELLANEOUS. All kinds of frm, regetables and seeds. 1061 Aala street Phone 3554. C779-41 WOOD AND COAL Tsaaba Co. PauahL ar. Rirer at, teL ze7; nrewooa saa cnsrcoai, wnoie aale and rotalL 6397-tf AUCTION ;bulletdt On Friday we offer U. 8. Officers Furniture, sold because of their de parture for actlre duty elsewhere. Fine goods, tasteful selections sad many fancy pieces, some rare, all in good shape ready "or use with no re pairs necessary. With the demand 4 or. Household Fur alture as It is at present you should sell all your surplus now. ... On Friday, July 20, we shall' sell at the rooms Mrs. C. R, Forbes fine Furniture, see special ads. We announce the .Sale of Furiture at the corner of Pens-cola and Wilder arcane, on Monday, July 23. at 10 o'clock, propertyof Mr.,Rebert Scott of Honolulu Iron Works,' now oa duty In , New ork bluest lot of matched Koa eter offered, as well as pak Furniture endeffects, Plants, etcw etcJ Honolulu AucUonTlooms. FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES Desirable hovaea tn variant Darts of the city, furnished sad unfurnished, st lit. $18. 82?. 82. 810. lis, 840 sad ! up to 1115 s moat. See list In oar office. Trent Tnr Oo, Ltd. Fort street, between King sad Merchant. Cottage on beach at Kahals. Garage, serrant's room, large yard and shade trees. Beet bathing place tn Kahala. Inquire Jas. H. Lore. City Transfer Co. 4829 tf WalklU, 2448 Kuhk aTeaue, Royal Orore, new two-bedroom bungalow, right of way to b:ach. Phone 4827. 4888-rtf Completely ruralsaedt eoUagee sad apartments oa the beach. Apply Mrs. Cressaty, 1909 Kalakaua Are. nt tf Cottage, furnished or usfunilshed ; no chUdrea; Alewm Heights, Telephone 1841 6828 tf Small furnished cot ge; f 25.00. No children. 871 You nr. near KaplolanL 634 tf Two-bedroom bungalow. Phone 7509. 6784 tf UNFURNISHED HOUSES. 3-bedroom bungalow. 1649 Beretaala street Garage, servants quarters. Immediate possession, near Puaahou school. Apply. Miss Hadley. Phone 3715. 1737 MaUki St 6839 3t WalklkL 2450 Kuhlo avenue; Royal Grore, new 2-bedroom bungalow. Hot water heater, shower, etc. Rent 830.00. Phone 4827. 6837 tf FURNISHED ROOMS. Large room for two seatiemea, also . smgie room, special rates t ue moats. Heinlo's Tarem. Pope -.4981,.. :XM 474vtf Furnished rooms .sad apartments for gentleman on car line and bead 2659 Kalakaua aTeaue. 683$-U light byusekeepm sad single rooms, - Ganiel Plaoe, 112 Vineyard, cr. For 4414-tf i Light hoasekeeptnr rooms fair eler Uob; doss to. Phone 1M. 4488-if HOTELS THB PISRPOINT -On the Beach, at WafklkT Furnished buagalowa sad rooms: cellent meals; splendid bsthlnx- and boating; 100oot promenade pier; . bvautffiat i marine , aad mountain Tlew terms 'resspaabls. Mrs. John tCaasldy, TalsyOi, ;v;; ,,120 Stc Elmo-1065 Punchbowl St. opp. Ub'rar; double snd. single roofssJ .with board; excellent cui&me. Mrs. A..B, Heapy, prop..., , 6806 BY AUTHORrTY RESOLUTION1 NO. 7. R It reiohred bv the Board oT Su narrimrsTn nt thm'CAtr ConntT of Hnnnlnln. Terrltorr of Hawaii. ' that I the rouowmg sums amannxms; w Three . Thousand Dollars tf 3,uw.wj, h. and the aame iaaereby SDnronrl- ated out of all moneys, In the Per manent. Jmprorement Fund of the Treasury, City and County of Hono lulu, for an .account, to be ,kn'own as New Bulldlngs, said sum to be an ad ranee out of said Permanent Improve ment Fund' to be." reimbursed from School Special Fund, against the New Buildings for the following purposes, to wit: , Ewa School ........ 750.00 Ales School 750.00 , Walalua School ....100.00 Presented by BEN HOLLlNGER, Buperrisor. Honolulu, July 12, 1917. I do hereby certify that the fore- coins: resolution passed First Reading and ordered to print at a meeting, held by the Board of supervisors on Thurs day. July 12. 1917. oa the following vote of said board: Ayes: Ah la, Arnold, Hollinger. Me- Clellaa Petri. Total 5. Noes: None. Absent sad not voting: BelUna, Mott-8mlth. Total 2. Ev BUFFANDEAU, . Deputy City aad bounty Clerk. 6838 July 14. 16. 17. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Probate No. 52S9. Ia the Matter of the Estate of Arthur K. Otawa of Honolulu, Oahu, De ceased. Notice of Hearing. Petition for Admin istration. The Petitioa of Kai Oxaws, widow of said deceased, alleging that Arthur K. Oaawa of said- Honolulu, died in testate in Honolulu aforesaid: on: the 21st day of June, A-'D. 1917, leaving property within the Jurisdiction of this Court necessary to- be administered upon, and praying that Letters of Ad ministration issue to George Osawa, having this day been filed. It is Ordered, that Friday, the'14th day of 'August, A. D. 1917. at 2 o'clock pm, be aad is hereby appointed for hearing said Petition lit the Court Room of this Court in the Judiciary Building' In Honolulu, Cltraird County of Honolulu., at which time an I. place all persons concerned may appa aad show, cause, if any they hare, why said Petition should not be granted. By the Court: v h. ' HENRY SMITH. Clerk. Dated Honolulu. July 9. 1917. C. C. BITTING, Esq; . Attorney for Petitioner. 30-32 Campbell Blocks Corner Fort and ; torchaait Streeti.:'r.'T l. v rw-'r 1 17,24, 31. ' : BUSINESS GUIDE BAMBOO FURNITURE. R. OhtaaL Fort nearKukui, Tel. 30: . 6800 tf CAFES AND RESTAUR A KTS Boston Cafe Coolest paoe U tows, Alter the snow, stoy xu. uyen aag ( saa nignc tujou x neaier. noiei su 6639-tt Columbia Lunck Rooms; quick service sad cleanllneai our motto; open day and night. Hotel st, opp. Bethel. 5518-tf CLEANING AND DYEING A. B. C Renovatory ; clothes cleaned, dyed aad repaired. Phone 4149. 6104-tf Steam cleaning. Alakea at, nr. Gas Co. 6234-U COLLECTION AGENCIES. Quick Returns Collecting agency. .Frank Nichols, 12 Brewer Blag. TeL 8540. 6W bin CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS Coconut planu for sale, Samoan va riety. Apply A. 1). iilUa, LLcue, Kauai. 4377-a T. Kuniklyo, 1111 Foni phoae 1435. 4398Hf ToyoahTba. King st opp. Vlda Villa, 4ii-3m CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. HONOLULU J'LANING MILL. LTD .Contractors and Builders. Manulao turersof doors., sashes, frames, bUnds, moldings, screens, brackets, .etc. All kinds uf mill work, finish : ing. turning. Kepair work aad small jobs a specialty. ort St Tel. 1510, rvve vu U. Nomura,' builder' and contractor; ing, xxmcrete,. crusned rode, sahd. MolUilL ar. Quarry. Phoae 748S 6468-lyr M,FuHta contractor and builder, painter, paper hanger. Phone 6002. f 1 i ssoo-lyr - . - j- . H. Monsen. builder and contractor. ; -642 S. Beretaala st Phone 3227. .v 6602-m CONTRACTORS-GENERAL Ohlo-Buildrng- 00 general contractors ' Prioev low, work satisfactory. Phone 2113 I383 Emma, street near-Vineyard-street Hdnohilul 6839 lm 1, i 1 , f ., . 1, a.. U. Tamtmato, $.ijt. Kukul st, phone . J0; general 'contractor; boiieing. 5f354f- ENGRAVING CsJllar- sadv business cards, mono grams, , wedding, in vitatlou& aad ar , aouaeements, sUUonery, etc.; cor rect styles. StaBulletin Printing Department 125 Merchant st !,FURNITyR& Murata 715i-Eouth St New and iee- - ond-nand rurnlture-1 jght and sold, .Chairs for rent Phone 1695. ' - r.-- 6812 6m NeF and '2nd-haul , furniture bought . Sad sold. Phone. 3393. 12S1 Fort st 1 SsikL Bamboo furniture; 563 Bereta nla st . 6078-tf JUNK Junk bought, aad sold. Phone 4361 MASSAGE K. Hashimoto, massage . and electro aeering. -Nunanu st, opp. Williams' , undertaking office, phone 1785. -jl400-8m r- MERCHANT TAILOR H. Y.;Sang, tailor. 1131 Union. 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 , 1oan sv jewelry exchangee Old gold ft stiver bought Jewelry repaired. 6769 lyr PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS. G. Floyd Perkins; 602 Stangenwald Bldg. Phone Z907. 6809 6m " " PLUMBERS. Masakl Bros, 709 Ktnj. TeL 5999. 6812 4n Von Lout Co., 75 Hotel St. Phone 1033. '6815 m Chee Hoon Kee, 11 PauahL TeL 3553. 6817 3m 8MRTMAKFRS TAMATOTA Shirts and pajamas madi to order. 1305 Fort st, opp. KuTnri st. Phone 2331. 44Myr H. AkagL 1218 Nuuanu St.; shlrtmaker. , Q7-t G. Yamatoya, Bhlrts1146 Nuuanu st 6451-3m K. Tamane made to order, 348 N. King -$865 m- ' -TEA MOUSES ptesa, best Japaaese dinners. T. W. Ods, prop, telephone 2212. .. 182r-tf f ' TYPEWRITERS. Rspairlnf and rebuilding.' All stand aid makes; v Hon. Typewriter Ex ; ltt.Merchsatrphoim 6575. 6814 Cm 1 mm BUSING PERSONALS CHIROPODIST. Dr. Frank O. Kansler, Kite BWg.. 164 Hotel St. Hours, 8:30 to 4:30; Sun days ;r evenings, by appointment Phone 5534. 6804 tf OSTEOPATHIC Dr. P. H. Pcnnock. osteopathic physi cian, 4?48)r nla st.; phone 2350. 4701 tf NEW THOUGHT Buy New Thuught Hooks. Phone 1579. 6760-tl DRESSMAKERS. Mrs. S. Masakl Maunakea and Bere tania. 6814 4m LANGUAGE AND PENMANSHIP. MALTERRES French and Penman ship Lessons now opened at Room 3, Elite Bldg. Age no hindrance. 6$ 06 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 BUSINESS GUIDE PRINTING We do not boast of low prices, which usually coincide with poor quality; but we "know how" to put life, hustle and go into printed matter, and that Is what talks loudest and lon test Honolulu Star-Bulletin Printing Department, 125 Merchant . street VULCANIZING. Old tires made new, mod -irate prices. - New Hawaiian Vulcanizing. Mauna kea and Pauahi Sts. 6814 6m Territory of Hawaii, ) ) ss City and County of Honolulu. ) 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 af fairs of The First American Savings and Trust Company of Hiwaii, Lim I ited, to and Including the 30th day of U)u&en 1917, such schedule being requir ed by Section No. 3327, of the Revised Laws, 1915, of the Territory of Hawaii. The authorized caoital of the Com I past i S200wa.00dlyided ' into 2000 shares of.- the ; par value of sioo.oo each. The number of shares issued Is 2o0rserehty per. ceijthwectfwiual to ll40.ooo.oo, h&s been paid, leaving $60,0Q0.00 subject to be called in. . The liabilities, of the Company on the 30th day ofsJuuf , 1917. as- then ascertained were as follows:. -. Capital :pald in . . . . . . ..... $ 140,000.00 Undivided Profits 38,541.71 Deposits 906.103.43 11.084.645.14 The assets of the Company on the 30th day of June, 1917, were as fol lows: Bills Receivable I 678,864.92 Bonds and Stocks 300,630.00 Due from Banks and Bankers 67.735.50 Real Estate 27,800.00 Accrued Interest 8,787.72 Other Assets ., 827.00 $1,084,645.14 RUDOLF BUCHLY. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1917. (Sgd.) F. F. FERNANDAS, Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit Territory of Hawaii. 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 Hawaii. (SEAL) F. F. FERNANDES. Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit Territory of Hawaii 6836 6t STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY HIDDEN PUZZLE "FIRST DAY OF SUMMER. FJad,a man. . , ' : REBUS. Fe for convsyant.v .- . r ( i iTEtTiTRDAYS AX8WER&' j: Ltfttide dove -cg&insi ianisj':" jj)'- OUTBREAK LAID TO CONSPIRACY rSpdal SUr-BUtia Comspoadmee.) WAILUKU. Maul, July 13. Three more deaths among cattle from an thrax occurred on Maul last Saturday. They were on the Haleakala ranch, but In a pasture which has had no known connection with any of the previous outbreaks. The pasture Is on the slope of the mountain above Makawao and below Ollnda, and Is traversed by the usually traveled road to the top of the mountain. As a con sequence the board of agriculture has included this road in Its proclamation of roads which are tabu to all animal travel. No domestic animals of any kind may be taken up the mountain by way of the Makawao Catholic church and Ollnda. Automoalle .Theory Strengthened In discussing the situation Dr. J. C, Fitzgerald, deputy territorial veterin arian for Maul stated that the new 1 outbreak is as inexplicable as the others, except on the theory that it was deliberately planted by human agency. The theory of C. S. Judd, ex ecutive of the board, announced some time since, that the disease has been distributed from an automobile, is borne out once more in this Instance, Dr. Fitzgerald stated. All the foci of infection on MauL- including this 1st est have occurred in pastures ad jacent to automobile roads, and in none that are not thu accessible. The road up the mountain as far as Ollnda is still open to automobile travel, Dr. Fitzgerald states, but ani mals, including dogs, will be destroyed if found within the prescribed area. In the Paanul pasture, which is the name of the new infected district are 740 head of cattle. These were all rounded up last Sunday aad Injected with virus and serum, and no mors cases have since beea reported. No have any new cases occurred la say of the other centers of infection. Dr. Fitzgerald feels that the epidemic is very well la hand. New Homestead Ares Affected. Inasmuch as the Paanul pasture In cludes the lands below Ollnda sur veyed and soon to be opened for homestesding, the latest outbreak may seriously affect a considerable number of persons who may take up the land, but be handicapped in the matter of livestock; with which, to de velop their places. ' HILU UlVtS THE (Special Star-Bosstla Corrttsoassacc) HILO, July 13. Two thousand dol lars goes forward la the mail from Hilo to Washington today and the money is consigned to the American Red Cross secretary. The large amount is the result of the rally made by the local chapter of the Red Cross in Hilo and was raised by the efforts of a corps of willing workers who canvassed the city 'for subscriptions. The draft for $2000 does not ac count for all the money collected aad promised, as more is still to come la The Red Crosi rally and drive for funds was 'well managed and many ' teams" were pitted" against one an other in order to create rivalry, the city was divided into zones.- HILO ASKED 'TO BACK UP EXPERIMENT STATION (Special SUr-SaUtU Cemefeattaee.) HILO, July 15. Ia order that some thing more definite can be learned regarding the Glenwood experiment station and its ambitions under the new superintendent the Hilo board of trade has taken up the matter and a committee has beea appointed to look Into .things in generaL The com mittee, . which, was appointed last Wednesday by Pres. O H. Vicars, is as follows: C. F. Eckart, D. McH. Forbes and Horace Johnson. . . At the meeting on Tuesday two communications were read by the sec retary. They were from J. Mv West gate, superintendent of the federal ex. pertinent station la Honolulu, aad re ferred to. wo matters. The first was wai now uui mere u a new super intendent of the Glenwood station, it would be gratifying If the board of trade of Huo pat itself on record, as backing up the statioa asd lis work The second . communication dealt with the proposed sale ol some cattle that are at the station. The title of these cattle seems to. be ia doubt ana Mr. Westgats. asked If the board of trade would have say objection to the sale of the cattle. It was unanimous., !y decided that .the sscretary of the board should write to Mr. Westgate and say that the board had no interest in the cattle and that the directors of the experiment station ' could do as they saw fit at to disposing of the animals. . - , : The committee whlca las been ap pointed win report to the board of trade at a' later date. Sereral per sons present at the taeeting. sad among whom were -John T. Molr and D. McH. Forbes, said that the ezperi ment statiori was 1 deserringr of su port v:. " e sa' ' ' EXPORT OP. GOODS TO NORWAY, The AmeWcs)rcohsul general siLca don reports to .tbevstate departmeat as zbuowsi" . '? . ' .... , - No aew ,applf csHnns. wiU he accept d for 60 days at laast frca Jnra it to export cotton pi :c 3 r'J r3 r-- ufactTJres t Kerr .-7. m'et c ' - RED CROSS S2000 NOTICE OF LOST CERTIFICATE OF STOCK Certificate No. SS5 for 11 shares of ; the Capital Stock of McBryde Sugar ' Ca. Ltd.. has been lost or destroyed. All persons are hereby warned against- ". negotiating or otherwise dealing tn or - with such shsres. Application has been made to the treasurer of said Company for the issuance of a aew 1 certificate. Dated July 6. 1917. P. M. OMSTED. 6832 July 7. 10. 14, 17. 21, 24. 2S, 2L BOY RAN OVER BY AUTO (Special SUrmUatla OvmayeadaoeaJ WAILUKU. MauL July 14. W. S.:: Young ran orer with his automobile" a Japanese boy at Pala, yesterday. The child dodged out from behind . another machine standing by the aids 1 of the road, and directly in front of Young's car. The boy la not seriously injured. - Satisfaction is what yon get at this GOOD YEAR SERVIC3 STATION. " The von Hamm-Youn Co., Ltd. U Honolulu " HSo Automobile "it :' FRANK 0001XBS BUhop and Queen TeL1 212 Autoo forHirc: KING dv NUUANU AUTO STAN' D FOR ALt PURPOSES - Psper; Bags, Cups,, PUtsa, "Napkins and Towels, Eto. . 1 AMHAW.' PAPER CO, Ltd.' . J. Ashman Bsavsn, MrV. A P HONOLULU MUSIC CO. Ltd. 1107 Tort Street ' Y - t- MEAT MARKET e GROCERY Phorio C. Q, YEE HOP eV CO. MXHESNEY C0FFEE C0. COFFEE ROASTERS ' ' . Dealers In Old Kens Coffee -V Merchant St. Honolulu JOKDJtfWS i WOUEirS APPABEL V 102? Port Street Gruenhagen's Blue Ribbon ChocblatOG 1 HAWAIIAN DRUG CO. ' ' Hotel and Bethel Streets .SIIAWS TOGO ERY Home of Hart v Schaffner A Marx Clothes ' f King, near Fort k-s-): PURE ICE From distilled wster ' "i: 'y: - Quick delivery' by motor. " -OAHU ICE CO V-? Phonejin The Vaterhouss; Coi UX; ; Underwood TjrpeTTritcrs W h:hac;cfeld co. Lm.j w . .J MAMA mm . - rvr.-LY ro.