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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1911. I i $15.00 C ash 'rizes have, or have not, been benefited in health by the CLIMATE of KAIMUKI ' CONDITIONS: Your composition must be written in the form' of a letter addressed to us, contain not more than ioo words, and clearly state in simple language in what manner the climate of KAIMUKI has affected your health. It will not be necessary to tell what your sickness was, or is, but you should give a general idea of your physical condition, and describe in what way the climate helped you or hurt you. If the climate has not helped you we want to know why. We are not seeking a one-sided opinion. Our prizes will be given for the BEST LETTER regardless of the opinion expressed. We want only your true opinion good or bad. It's up to you. ' Your letter must be mailed to us on or before February 15, and we will award the prizes February 20. There are hundreds of people now living who have lived in Kaimuki, We want to know from them whether our belief in the health-giving character of the CLIMATE of KAIMUKI is well founded. From the result of our last prize contest we found that so many people vouched for the RESIDENTIAL VALUE OF KAIMUKI that we now want to learn what is thought of Kaixnuki's Climatic Value Address: Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd. Delays Are Dangerous specially in the chicken business, so don't put off getting that Cyphers Incubator till it is too late in the ye lr to get good results. When you coma in to get the Incubator, we will show you the complete Cyphers line, for you will' likely w.int a Brooder or a Hover, and will also need some of the Chick Food and Water and Food Contain ers that are so useful. We will be glad to sen.l you a Cyphers Catalogue. It will Interest you. E. O. Hall & J. A. GILMAN, Shipping and Commission Agent for Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me. Parrott & Co., San Francisco Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co. General Fire Extinguisher Co. iSRINNELX AUTOMATIC SPRINKLES) Neuman Clock Co. (WATCHMAN'S CLOCK) Royal Standard Typewriter Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins Oo. FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT CRYSTAL Back in California there is a dairy famed for the excellence ?, ' ' ' oftts products. The fame extends to Honolulu, where thousands of pounds of butter are eaten every month and most of it comes . f . - : from Crystal Springs. 'It has the pure butter flavor. 'Metropolitan HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors Kaimuki's Climatic Value Alli will give into three cash prizes, for the three best letters tram people who Son, Ltd. SPRINGS Meal Market TELEPHONE 1814 divided' .i.c,oo. u, aividec First Prize, $7.50 Second Prize, 5.00 Third Prize. 2.50 P. 0. Box 420 Honolulu, T. H. . BY AUTHORITY. Ottice of the Board of Health. Honolulu, Hawaii, February 4, 1911. TENDERS FOR FURNISHING AND EQUIPMENT, GENERAL HOSPI TAL, KALAUPAPA, MOLOKAI. Sealed tenders, in dlpllcate, endorsed "Tenders for Furnishing and Equip ment, General Hospital, Kalaupapa, Molokal," for furnishing and equipping the General Hospital at Kalaupapa, Molokal, will be received at the office of the Board of Health until 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, February 16, 1911. '. Specifications and a list of articles required, and other Information, may be had upon application at the office of the Board of Health. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified check equal in amount to 6 per cent, of the tender. All bids must be made on forms' fur nlshed by the Board of Health and must be submitted In accordance with, and be subject to, the provisions and requirements of Act 62, Session Laws, 1909. . The Board of Health does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid or tender. , ,THE BOARD OF HEALTH. By Its Acting President, J. S. B. PRATT. 4843 Feb. 4, 6, 7. 8. 9, 10, 11, 13. 14, 18. CORPORATION NOTICES. CORPORATION NOTICE. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. Notice is hereby givNi that the an nuul meeting of the shareholders of II. Hiiekfeld & Co., Ltd., was held at Ho nolulu oi 1 the 9th day of February, 1911, and that the following gentlemen are the officers of said company for the ensuing year: J. F. Hackfeld. . . . 4 President V. Pfotonhauor Vice-President F. Klump Director J. F. Humburg .Director, Geo. Hodlek Director I(. Shnitze , . . Treasurer F, Win, Klebahn. . . . . . Secretary F. Klump Auditor (S.) F.WM. KLEBAIIN, 4848-IU Secretary. DIVIDEND NOTICE. THE GERMAN SAVING AND LOAN 'I SOCIETY. I. (Mernbor pY Associated Sayings Banks of San Francisco) 526 California St., San Francisco, Cal. ' ' ' f" For the half year end lug December 31, 1910, a dividend has been declared TNl.the, jfute.HPf four (4) ir cent. perJ annum on all deposits, free of taxes; payable 'o and after January 3, 1911. Dividend 'not, drawn are added to the deposit account and earn dividends rrom janunry 1, imii. OEORGR TOURNY, Manager. 12t QUARTER SIZES at Regal Shoe Store. .-laananaannaannna 5 J a : SPORTS a a a aaaManaanannitntt- ATHLETES GATHER Dinner By C. A .U. Yesterday Afternoon In Honor of Sport Officials. There was a gathering of nth'otos ami olficiuls at one of the best-kmwn Chinese restaurants on Smith street yesterday afternoon, whPn the Chinese Atlletic Union gave a dinner to the officials' who assisted in the recent field meet. ... , For two hours the merry party of thirty pat airound the tables and il's cussed the various dishes, for It was a typical Chinese dinner, with all ti.e delicacies, bird's-nest soup, shark fins, duck cooked In various ways, chMtC'l, and many others, including the appe tizing si.de dishes always served at such an occasion. It was aiparjy-of good-fellowship, and during the progress of the di.iii. r, remarks were made by several present along athletic lines, Soldier King nn-1 Manager Ballentyne of the Rapid Tran sit Company making the most extended remarks. ' i En Sue made the hit of the after noon, for when he was called upon for some baseball dope on bow be stole bases so successfully, lie said: "I van eat better than I can talk, and I am so busy leuting that I have no tlma to say anything." The trend of all the remarks made was for clear amateur sport and the speakers were loudly applauded. Mr. Ballentyne was the last speaker for the afternoon, and he praised clean athletics and told how much better a man was who was an athlete, for I bin he was clean in body and mind, caused by his constant training. He also spoke of the need for a proper athletic park, where all spurts, ii eluding horse-racing, could be caw.;d on, and stated that his company had an ideal track of land for such a pur pose it being just opposite the i.'d league grounds at Moiliili. Others who spoke briefly were E R. Kong, Arthur Wong, W. C. Hoy, Philip C. AVong and the two press representa tives present. FIELD MEET AT There Wis'., a. Lice on tjif Kiinw! very "successful relay race on tjif Iva-jiwhamelia Held last Sat urday al'leVneim; between the; star ath letes of the school. Tile distance was six hundred yards, and the Reliance team won alter a close race. i'lnir teams entered the event. At the start the Reliance team was tlie favorite among the students. At 4:15 ull the teams were on t'.e Held, three men of each team at one end of the field and three on the op . site side. Ben Hussey started tlie first set off in ,tine style, and at the close of tlie lirst lap the Reliance were in tlie lead and stayed at that posiliuM for three laps, when the Cubs .-.tole ahead. ' At the fourth lap the KcliuPi.e shot in the lead again and lost to ti.e A II -Stars in the next lap. t)n the homeward stretch the All-Stars wei'i in the';lfad5-l)Ut both the Reliance an 1 Culm- overhauled them, the race ending with the Iteliance first, Cubs second and All-Stars third. The Leaping Kanga roos fell out in tlie first lap through Kalanlliiila' failing to bring a hat. The official' yinjB;fwas 1 mln. 11 sec. The strong wind Interfered somewhat with the running. The teams were as fol lows: Reliance -W. Kamalopill, captain; A. Aiau,: YV Apau,W. Walaleale, B'.'n'.-i-min, E. Akiona' Leaping Kangaroos G. Manoba, cap tain; J? Kalanfhuia, II. Apo, J. Kawai, S. Hussey, J I. Spencer. All-Stars ft: Godfrey, captain; J. Kauhl, U. rtihM.' iAb Chew, W. Opunui, Cubs ?. Ilosea,' captain; J. Ahunn, J. Pauelua, W. Kekuewa, E. Hose, 13. Akana. After the relay race, the four star sprinters of tlie school got together and talked over pulling off their race then instead" of next Saturday. This was fu vored by all, and it was announced to the large crowd present that the boys would run off their hundred-yard dasrn This was good news, for the faculty and students were anxious to know who was the best sprinted of the school This match was scheduled as for the 100-yard championship of the school. C. Ilosea was the favorite among tho students. The following runners ".ne-d up on thelsturting point: Charles Ilo sea, Captain Harold Godfrey, George Manoha and A! Aiau, Captain Wflnters started the men off , .together, and Ma noha took the lead from the start, fin ishlng first in 11 sec; Godfrey second and C. Hosea third. The boys' ran jfuisitet J tM Jwtoidf ymd tlie time ' iwas 'tbereforflMnsiaarf f gwrf.jj J . .f f . The 0lncHiM wta follows: Starter, Ben Hussey; judges,' fiiptiiin Wf ll. Winters,, J. L. Hopwood ahdjJ jG. Barrett. The Kams will play the High School a game of soccer on the school grounds thisi afternoon at 3:.10 o'clock.' - .. Both teams are determined to win this game. If the Kams succcedJn winning from their opponents, they will carry off the championship of the sea son. The lineup: W. Walaleale, S. Hus soy, AV. Kamalopill II. Godfrey, for-, wards; H. Brandt, S. Bush, W. Opunui, halfbacks; W. Apau, Capt. Ben Hussey, fullbacks; Q. Lujan, goal. AROID BOARD nAMEHAMEHA Makes I The ' Hair Grow We are talking about Ayers Hair Vigor. Just note that word "Ayer's.", You are perfectly safe with it. No harm to you or to your hair. Makes the hair grow? It certainly does. Stops falling hair, too. Remember, it's "Ayer's" we are talking about. Ask your doctor about your hair and about Ayer's Hair Vigor. Get his approval. Your own doctor and "Ayer's" make a strong combination. It means faith, confidence, satisfaction. Ayer's Hair Vigor DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR Prtptred by Dr. 1. C. Ayw k Ctu Lowell. Man., 1). S. A. CORPORATION NOTICES. ANNUAL MEETING. Kalialinui Plantation Co., Ltd. The annual meeting of stockholders of the Kalialinui Plantation Co., Ltd., will be held at the office and principal place of business of the company, 208 Stangenwald building, "Honolulu, T. II. on Thursday, the 16th day of Febru ary, 1911, at 10:60 a. m. - E. E. PAXTON, Secretary, Kalialinui Plantation Co., Ltd. Honolulu, T. H., February S, 1911. 4843-10t ' v ANNUAL .MEETING. Pulehu Plantation Co., Ltd. The annual meeting of stockholders of the Pulehu Plantation Co., Ltd., will be held at the office and principal place of business of the company. No. 208 Stangenwald building, Honolulu, T. H., on Thursday, the 10th day of Febru ary, 1911, at 11 a. m. ' E. E. PAXTON, Secretary, Pulehu Plantation Co., Ltd. Honolulu, T. H., February 3, 1911. 4843-10t NOTICE OF MEETING. Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com' pany, Ltd. The annual meeting of the sharehold ers of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga tion Company, Ltd., will be held at the office of the company, 39 Queen street Honolulu, on Tuesday, February 21, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m. NORMAN E. OEDGE, 4844-lfit Secretary. ANNUAL MEETING. Alexander & BaHwin, Limited. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of Alexander & Baldwin, Limited, will be held at the office and principal place of business of the company, 208 Stangenwald building, Honolulu, T. H., at 9 a. m., on Monday, the 27th day of February, 1911. E. E. PAXTON, Secretary, Alexander' & BaHlwin, Ltd, Honolulu, February 3, 1911. 4843-20t "NOTHING DOING" SAY HEALANIS Healani men at a meeaing held yes terday morning decided not to enter Into any agreement with the Myrtles as to which barge they should use In tlie races on regatta day for five years or any other period. There was n large meeting at the Henlanl clubhouse during the morning hours yesterday,' and lie proposition of the Myrtles was talked over,'" of using only the two Keenan Wats, in the races. :i r :,- r The Healnnls state that the Keenan barges and the Rogers barge are the same type, and the same type boats ore used against each other the world over. "Best and Best" is the slogan of the Healanls, and they yvlll use the Rogers barge If they see fit, they say. The Alf Rogers barge was ordered by the club several0 months ago, and the club put up $700 tq pay for it. Soon after the order was placed, and whep the bdat was so far along that the "'order ''tfbuyi not be : Canceled, the rowing association comes forward with Jbfj proposition- of ordering two barges, uiuiiiicui, xruin iveeiiun, eauu- ciuu iu put up' 81 Ike 'sum of mopey, but the assoclatup, putting up the bulk of the cost,. , .v ' ' . The' 'Healanls 'elairri'that' ('they are lij'tricted to the use of the Keenan boat atone, then fli'eyi hnvea.. fine new bnrge' which cost them' $700 'on their hand?, and that this is not a fair proposition. Total membership of the club now numbers 188, nine new members being admitted at yesterday's meeting. L. Cunha, C O.. Rhodes and R. II. Thompson were appointed, a coninilt- tee to' meet the Hawaiian Stowing As sociation, which meets this week. tt ', BULLETIN ADS PAV-M LEGAL NOTICES. IX THE DISTHICT COUKT OF THE L'JilTED STATES IN AND FOB THE TERRITORY OF AND DIS TRICT OF HAWAII. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaiutift and Petitioner, vs. AU GUSTUS F. KNUUSEN; ERIC A. KNUDSEN; ANNIE S. KNUUSEN; ANNIE S. KNUUSEN, Guardian of . ARTHUR S. KNUDSEN; ARTHUR S. KNUDSEN; IDA E. VON HOLT; HENRY M. VON HOLT; MAUD K. GARSTIN; KEKAHA SUGAR COMPANY, a corporation organiz ed and existing under and by vir tue of the laws o the Territory of Hawaii; THE TERRITORY OF -HAWAII; BISHOP TRUST COM , PANY, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue o the laws o the Territory o( Hawaii; and SAMUEL ALGAROBA, JANK GUAVA, MARY MANGO and JOHN BANYAN, unknown owners and claimants, Defendants and , Re Bpondents. You are hereby directed to appear, and answer the Petition In an action entitled as above, brought against you in the District Court of the United States, in and for the Territory of Hawaii, within twenty days from and after service upon you of a certiiied copy o Plaintiff's Petition herein, to gether with a certiiied copy o this Summons. And you are hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as above required, the said Plaintiff will take judgment of condemnation of the lands described In the Petition herein and for any other reUef demanded In the Petition. - WITNESS THE HONORABLE SANFORD B. DOLE and THE HON ORABLE A. .. M. ROBERTSON, Judges of said District Court, this 5th day of January, in the year o our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-fifth. (Sgd.) A. E. MURPHY, (Seal) Clerk. (Endorsed) , - No. 72. DISTRICT COURT OP THE U. S. for the Territory of Hawaii. THE UNITED STATES OF AMER ICA vs. AUGUSTUS F. KNUDSEN, et al. . SUMMONS. ROBERT W. BRECK- ONS and WILLIAM T. RAWLINS, At' tbrneys for Plaintiff. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, District of Hawaii ss. I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk o the Pis- trict Court of the United States of America, in and for the Territory and District of Hawaii, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of the original Summons in the case of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. AUGUSTUS P. KNUDSEN, et al., as the same, remains o record and on file in the office of the Clerk o( said Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said District Court this 17tb day of January, A. D. 1911. (Seal) . A. E MURPHY, Clerk of he United States District Court, Territory of Hawaii. By P. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk. ,4828-Sm CORPORATION NOTICES. ANNUAL MEETING. Kahuku Plantation Company. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Kahuku Plantation Com pany will be held at the office and principal place of business of the com pany, 208 Stangenwald building, Hono lulu, T. H., at 2 p. m., on Tuesday, the 14th day of February, 1911. JOHN WATERHOUSE, Secretary, Kahuku Plantation Co. Honolulu, February 3, 1911. 4843-7t ANNUAL MEETING. Hawaiian Sugar Company, The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Hawaiian Sugar Company will be held at the office and principal place of business of the company, 208 Stangenwald building, Honolulu, T. II., at 11 a. m., on Wednesday, the 15th day of February, 1911. JOHN WATERHOUSE, Secretary, Hawaiian Sugar ' Co. Honolulu, Fefiruary 3, 1911. 4842-10ti . - ANNUAL MEETING. Kallua Plantation Co., Ltd. The annual -meeting of stockholders of the Kalliia Plantation Co., Ltd., will be held at the office and principal place of business of the . company, No. 208 Stangenwald building, Honolulu, T. H.,i on Thursday, the 16th day o February, 1911, at 11:30 a. m. E. E. PAXTON, Secretary, Kallua Plantation Co., Ltd, Honolulu, T. H., February 3, 1911. 4843-10t ANNUAL MEETING. Maui Agricultural Company. The annual meeting of, the' partners of tho Maui Agricultural Company will be held at the office ftnd 'principal place of business of 'the company. No. 208 Stangenwald building, Honolulu. T. II., on Thursday, the ItSth day of Feb ruary, 1911, at ,11:40 a. m. , , W. O.- SMITH, Secretary, Maul Agricultural Co. , Honolulu, T. H February, 1911. 4843-10t Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Publishing Company. CORPORATION NOTICES. ANNUAL MEETING. Ewa Plantation Company. Notice is hereby given that thean nual meeting of the shareholders of the Ewa Plantation Company ' will be held at the office of Castle & Cooke, Lim ited, "at the corner 'of Fort and Mer chant streets, In the;clty and county of Honolulu, Territory , of Hawaii, on Thursday, February 23,'" 1911, " at 10 o'clock a. m. , . ' T. H. PETRIE, Secretary, Ewa Plantation Company. Honolulu, February 7, 1911. ; 4845-14t ' ' ANNUAL MEETING.' Apokaa Sugar Company, Limited. - . Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the shareholders o the Apokaa Sugar Company, Limited, will be held at the office of Castle Cooke, Limited, -at. .the. corner of Fort and Merchant streets, in the city and county of Honolulu, Territory of Ha waii, on Thursduy, February 23, 1911, at 1:30 o'efock p. m. , , ,.,.T. H. PETRIE, Secretary, Apokaa Sugar Company, Limited. Honolulu,' February 7, 1911. 4845-14t ANNUAL MEETING. Waialua Agricultural Company, Limited. Notice "is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the shareholders o the Waialua Agricultural Company, Limited, will be held at the office of Castle &' Cooke, Limited, at the corner of Fortand Merchant streets, in the city and county of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on Friday, February 24 1911, at 10 o'clock a.'m.' T. H -PETRIE, Secretary, Waialua Agricultural Com pany. Limited. Honolulu, February 7, 1911.. 4845-15t . ' ANNUAL'MEETING. Wahiawa Water ' Company, Limited. Notice is hereby given, that the an nual meeting of the shareholders of the Wahiawa Water Company, ' Limited, will be held at the office of Castle & Cooke, Limited, at the corner of Fort and Merchant streets,' In the city and county of Honolulu, Territory of Ha waii, on Friday, February 24, 1911, at . 1:30 o'clock p. m. ' ' ,-- , T, H. PETRIE, Secretary, Wahiawa! Water Company, Limited. Honolulu, February" .7, 1911. 4845-lCt ' ANNUAL MEETING. ( Kohala Sugar Company. ' ' Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the shareholders of, the Kohala Sugar Company will be hekd at the office of Castle & Cooke, Limited, at the corner -of Fort and Merchant streets, In the city and county of Ho nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on Mon day, February 27, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m. ' ' ' T. h: PEURIE, Secretary, Kohala Sugar Company. 1 Honolulu, February 7, 1911. " 4845-18t ' , ELECTION OF OFFICERS, ffj Waimanalo Sugar Company. 1 At the regular annual meeting of the shareholders of the Waimanalo Sugar Company, held at the office of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., agents, on the 8th day of February,' A. D. 1911, the fol lowing directors' and auditor were elected to serve for the ensuing year:, W. G. Irwin, Richard Ivers, H.. M. Whitney, E. I. Spalding, E. F. Bishop Director D. G. May...; (...Auditor At a ' subseqnent meeting of the. Board of Directors, the following offi cers were appointed to serve for the ensuing year: : W. O. Irwin. ...... . .President Richard Ivers. . . ... . .7. .VIcfe.rW)dent H. M. Whitney. , h. .Treasurer E. I. Spalding...... Secretary E. I. SPALDING. Secretary, Waimanalo Sugar Company. Dated, Honolulu, February g, 1911. 4846-4t BUSINESS NOTICES. NOTldE. A. A. 0. N, M. 8. All Nobles of Aloha Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., and all visiting Nobles of the Order, intending to make tha trip to Hllo, by the S. Ss Wllhelmlna, Feb ruary 22,. 1911, will please leave their names with the Recorder, Chas. F. Murray. Telephone 1109. 4846-6t P. H. BUBNETTE . Comr. of Deeds for Calif oral ul ev York; N0TABY v PUJillCj Irani Marriage lioeniea; Oiawi Vortgagei, Deeds, Bill, of ' talc, Uate. Willi. IXt. , Attorney tot tlie Oiitriot Conrti. 7i MTSRCHAlUT IT. TONOLIJLU. PHONE 1310. , Weekly Bailetflo fl per rear.