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UillW Dill GOBBLE UP GHINlt Outward, '. ..t i.u Sia ! I : " i. hi., ;?:- p. u v.., i V .. i V a.; !u.. '.:Ej a. tli. 20 . Hi- i 55 :,: ;;.:;;:r.';'.. nCtnn's p. . '; Bertram Simpson Declares Little For "A u, ar-i T,.-i .bu- 1 : -U j , f ..p,.r.0nt'' t'.1 I!)., TH:iO p. i DIUWn iSCtl HUM IV I I vivvi. Inward. r0 nrn Acii m., Arri.e E .olaUi frvin Kahuku, Wi& j uri-i Vu:ur: "f'i a. m., 5:31 i :, m. , Arr!,tv !; .n, ,,;!! from Ewa Mill and ! j (.., ri : : f v . ... f 7 45 h. 'ii-. S:35 a m.. U-ir: a. ,:., E40 p. ra., P- ra. ; . rrive H'.no-i.hj "from Wabiawa and .': : i-r a. m., i : ' P- m- 5 ' 3 1 i p. !!,., : 1 0 lf p. in. I M . ,. E -n t. a t w i hi'U j t r;l : ,, (,.n'v tirst-eta-H tickets honored) i P!(V... : ' ;, n : ui'.j every sun-:ay at . 3f ! ;1 w : r- :.i '-"-. arri t in Honolnlc : jiV:Vt t. The Limited stops on!' I l p.,;,,;' i v ;ti.4 Wassn.te outward j, i Waia:eo Waipnhu and Pearl Citj ; i '.t: a- i w a . i tKx-f-i't Sunda. iHntiday Only ' i i ' G. F. C. SMITH, Q. P. A KOOLAU RAILWAY TIME TABLE DULY, t X ";.!T SATOiDAY. I'I.)Y AND HOLIDAYS! At I ,e:ivf Kah.itia fr Punaluu. i:,, H.)!.-!. I aie. Kahuku ami ; Wav Station,, at 12:00 M. i .V.'; e Kahuku at 1:P0P.M ! csve K:thukn for Lai. Haa- . ill-, ? ' n ' i n I i i !i . lahana and i Way srit:on at 1-45 P.M j Arrive Kahana at . 2:45 P.M : SKTVTIV Y, SPNPAY j -. .. AND HOLIDAY . . Arrive Kahuku at. 11:58 A.M j jt Leave Kahana for Punalun, vr,-t Ilannia. Laio, Kahuku and - V:iv Srations at 11:00 A.M j r 1 1:30 P.M ! ,1;; 2:15 P.M ; Leave Kahuku for Laie, Hau u!a, Punaluu, Kahana and Wa-; -Stations at 12:35 P.M 3:00 P.M Connections are made at Kahukc with the O. H. & L. Co.'s 9:15 a. m train from Honolulu, and the 2:20 p m. train, which arrives in the city at 5:30 p. m. JANUARY. J. 1908 J. J. DOWLI XG, E. 3. POLLTSTETt, Superintendent. G. P. & F. A !lt 111-.: ii' I.!. I. rll.'U.V I d. i -a . ' r ; i , : i 1 ! 1 all !! Jlaitda :i;i.'ii'iy a ! ' ;a i'T aiivtb.iiTi IN TIEE DISTRICT COITRT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE TER RITORY OF HAWAII. laimii will iif or a ! ' aainT tdv I'liit'd Stat uul"- --''' i" pia-pari-.l in evt'ry partiralar. 'i'ii,' .iap aii'i.' r'x'iit any wr-siern p(!vi-rs a suiuLiij xho roic fit' pi'Mtt-rtor in ea-t-Mil A-ia. 'I'har ln' actually ,',a'!s tin-I'iiiiij'piiii'-i is (I.iuiit r'nL Her fit i a;m is to ontaldi-died her K-ad-ihiji in t'hina. Sh.' kn-w if !-W can do this the rarn,- won alid r ery thin is a inatrer of mere detail.'' THE ENTTED STATES OP AMERICA. Plaintiff, vf. AMERICAN SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED, et al., De fendants. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STAPHS. GREETING: AMERICAN SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the aw of the Territory of Hawaii; THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII; CHARLES R. BISHOP: WILLIAM O. SMITH, SAMUEL M. DAMON, E. FAXON BISHOP. ALBERT F. JUDD and AL FRED W. CARTER, trustees under the will and of the estate of BERN' ICE P BISHOP, deceased; OTTO SAM UEL MEYER. HENRY RUDOLPH MEYER. WILLIAM CHARLES MEY ER THHOPOR THOMAS MEYER, A L B E R T A LEX AN I EE M E YET!. HENRY PKEXDERGAST MEYER. I RUSH FOR SEATS FOR FUTURE CORONATION Vantage Points Along Supposed Route of Procession Already Being Taken Up. LONDON, 0,-toK-r 1-". Aithouli no announcement has U-en made of the official route of next .Line's coronation procession, from reliable sources comes information that the pageant will take the following course: From B,kirioham Palace, by way of ? t lie Mali, the new Trafalgar arch, i through the Strand and Elect treet to liack f ri a rs EMMA A. KAIIIN'U, HANNAH ,T. Minium, ami nr,u, a V Ludate tircus, thence t ER. he.rs at aw ot K. U. At la l'-i. j j ,; ,,,T r , K. v., Kll, whose full and trae name ,s unknown, n )(j wWtminster Abt.ev deceas,,!; KALAMA D. ML.LR wub - .rm(lllv wil! U, ' ow of R. W. Ml-AER, whos- fu 1 and j S(iU.h L,n,!(,n n,:,k;L. :istrn. true name is unknown, deceased - U11U , . , , S. MEYER. ELIZA D. MUTCH. W1L- l""'. tl11 thv T" T" Li AM c. MEYER. HENRY K. MEYER, j . ' U ' 'l . ,,sr " '. THEODORE T. MEYER. ALBERT A. ' l . ' '!" MEYER. EMMA A. K AH IX U, H.N-r:".w :t l" '"' a "n''t NAM .1. lUlt.iKOt K ii ml LKKTHA; , i t ' - . i . i . i . .. e itrviv ''IU':4. to - i i .s o 1 1 ,i i . i i m ' l v i v i . . .' , .MI, I I'.ll, 'It'll ii t l.t W ' 1. ULAU1 P. MEYER. ! -. a.- ,: ( TTO S. MEY FR. ELIZABETH LI HUE. LUCILF XIEMALl". KST1IKI,' K A LI H I. C. RO- ' "' LINE PFKOO. AXNIE K Al APALA, rl.ARA KILAUEA. ELS A IHI.O. MA RloX MAKENA. DYID IlTLOA. ALBERT PENAHOU. ROBERT WA HIAWA. ALEXANDER LVN'AT. ;i:oi;cK KEAVALO, HENR'Y KAMA l.i i, WALTER' HAW E A and PHILLIP I.AHAiNA, r.nknnvn owners and claim dors for goo, poMtams ate pouring ;n and Some --.at. iiaee aheaiiy T'een ., ;: ''. OHice v-t) alone; th. ro,i a ma . n ar,- lie S- t-l lit ' directed fc HTT'ear ' - - - i t m n in an action en- i ii'iLt aL'atT.st com in of the United States. 'erritory of Hawaii.! ; from and after S4rv- ; i rsitie.'. .-..pv ..f ;-'a:n- ; , r,.i,.,. :;,.t io'd that d bound A t el'- i.etdie Now , a a i : i o I i o-a A b K IE r W Ef ES- THE Hi .i 'KALE'"' -!''':' p. m .!;... - ;' -a i '''-Tret CALIFORNIA MAY BUY ! MULES FROM CHINESE n 1 i ;'i'i i. .-.!. . E Mi'iM'aY, t ' , o ; i s"f R i T i ' RT )E , TIE' U. S. f ,r tf.- 'fereaev H.r.v-o . 1' i i ! ' E N i T 1 1 ' ST T lis i !" MLE,I''. J - M i'Rb 'AN SUG A K ' ' 'Ml'AN V, i ! ' ; !","E'. ' - si'MMiW- El i Ei: : W. Ei;'. Ka S. Pi- r ' i A i '''Ii i . E' W sta; R (.Sea.., p.. Mf Clerk of United Stae jv;rr: Utitory of Haw aii. viuncv SIM a ' J to be Made in Oil t o day Than Ever Before in S the History of the Country." ---Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evans, U.S.A. (Retired), President Cali fornia Consolidated Oil Company. ro,w. You a Dignified Plan The California Consolidated yu '"" ' 'h of Actual and Substantial of Investment in an Enterprise of Solid Wo rtn, oT rltcurity. Merit; Backed and Managed ty,lnterests of Unquestioned Integrity. it is a proposition made possible only through the co-operation of investors who P1 ?aer'rel1hrp operty toeVc men upon whom they can rely with absolute confidence. The field to be covne quired so rich and the necessity for funds so imperative, that no small group of cap. Ul.s s r eached Dody 01 ,n vestors could begin to oerform what the California Consolidated Oil Company expects to accomplish. THE OFFICERS President. REAR-ADMIRAL ROBLEY D. EVANS, U. S. A. (retired) . Vice-President, ROBERT S. McCREERY Treasurer, THEODORE P. OILMAN Secretary, ROBERT LEE DUNN-. Washington, D. C. WWW New York City New York City New York City and San Francisco v--ui v-iui j ' nvwiii pnPT,pT o ATrCREESY Vice-Presictent 01 ine james mc- Board of Directors: REAR-ADMIRAL EOELEY U. S N 0 and President General Electric Creery Realty Corporation. JSew xor wiy. Vm-k rtv HON JOHN W. MITCHELL, Vice-Presi- In.spect.on Co., New York City; also President Flower sttd Savings Bank; Member dent Bank -of Southern California. Los Angeles. California. HON. MEREDITH P. bNYUtM. t LEE DUNN' Managing Dirrector Lincoln Los Angeles Clearing House Committee; three times Mayor Lo,s Angeies, Cahtornia. ROBERT LEL wisis, ium. s Memorial Endowment Association, New York City. .I,ro Ano himHrpri thniKanri tn These men are active in the affairs of today. Whether you have one hundred dollars ; o one . r 0 ." J invest it will pay you to read every word of the unusual proposition below It may mean a life of ease for u o merely the addition of a few figures to your bank balance. Certainly no better investment has ever been presented to you. Detailed Statement of the Unusual Offer to Investors Ti;is company has ju-r been organized un der tin- strict iaw of California, having an authorized capitalization of 1 im-i mom .10 shares of a par valine of .fl.oo per ;.hure. It has been organized under a broad charter which enables it to acquire and develop proven California Oil properties, construct pipe lines, build refineries and engage in any other busi ness appertaining to the O l Industry. Deals have already Roen consummated for the acquisition of at least three of the lead ing individual oil companies of California. The net income of two (if these companies at this time, conservatively estimated at a very low price for crude oil, is about $600,00" per annum. This reprcsesnts a profit of 107c per annum on the entire capitalization of the California Consolidated Oil Company at the present price of the stock, regardless of f u f u r e development. Properties and Earning Power The properties proposed to be operated by the I'alifomia Consolidated Oil Company, now, being operated as three individual oil companies are as follows: M A SCOT OIL COMPAX.Y located in the Midway District. Consists of 100 acres. Equipped with 4 wells. Four additional wells now being drilled. Pressent output i'O, (ioii barrels per month, provides a net income of .;'.iii,iMKi per annum. Has a contract for Vthe delivery of o.OOO.oOO barrels of oil at a gross price of S-.ot'Oj Kio. Now paying divid ends of l!'.; per month. PREMIER OIL COMPANY located in Coalinga Oil Fields. Property consists of 100 acres. Fourteen producing wells, one now being drilled and one ready for drilling. 'Dkese 16 Wells, basing the figures upon the present production of the 14 now producing, will yield at least S04.000 barrels yearly. This "means a net income of $'240,000. Has been paying dividends at the rate of 1'2','c per annum Y E LI X) W STONE OIL COMPANY" hold ings in Kern River,-Sunset and McKittrick Fields. Property consists of 223 acres, all leased to other companies except 10 acres. This 10 acres being operated by the company contains 5 wells. The estimates of profit from the Mascot and Premier properties above are based upon the present oO wells upon the two properties. Iti the judgment of the best oil experts of California, these properties will easily sup port 14o wells. On the same conservative basis of estimate, this should provide a net income of $1.00.000 per annum. This esti mate is based upon the two properties alone, making no allowance for the Yellowstone property or for other profitable branches of the industry into which this corporation will enter. Underwriters' Syndicate Announcement Instead of following the usual practice of alloting this stock to a few capitalists as underwriters, and paying them for the dis-pos-al of same, it has been decided to "or ganize an Underwriters' Syndicate. Readers of this publication are invited to join us by purchasing stock at the Underwriters' Syndi cate price, the proceeds of which will go to ward the payment of the properties. This gives each individual the privilege of asso ciating himself with the organizers of the company, thereby securing the advantages usually accorded to underwriters or tlia founders of a company of this character. The fact that this method of financing a conservative corporation is unusual, vilL we believe, make it all the more attrractive to the American public. We are sure that the investors of the nation large and small alike, will be glad of the opportunity to join in the organization of a company of this kind on the underwriter's basis, and will favor the idea of participating in the market at the bottom and not at the top, particularly in a company which has been organized by men of unimpeachable integrity for the protection of stockholders' interests. The Underwriters' Syndicate price of the capital stock of the California Consolidated Oil Company is 60 cents per share. No order can be accepted for less than 100 shares. The allotment of stock at this price is necessarily limited. The demand for the stock is very areat. It is therefore important that orders should be sent immediately. OIL, KING OF FUELS Oil is the tains and wherever coming fuel of the navies of the world. At present it is driving the wheels of locomotives over the moun deserts; is furnishing light, heat and power for the entire Pacific Coast, and is destined to be used coa! has been used before. The oil industry of California represents, at a conservative valuation, over $1,000,- 000,000. California is producing oil today at the rate of 80,491,640 barrels per year. This means a probable valuation of 540,000,000 per year for the product. S34, 682,082. 56 in dividends is the record of the INDEPENDENT companies listed on the California stock exchange. This does not include unlisted companies', companies of private ownership, the Standard Oil Company nor the profits derived from the oil wells operated by the Southern Pacific and Santa Ee railroads. S1.000 invested two years ago in American Petrolei'm has been returning $1,600 a year in dividends. w m S1.000 invested a few years ago in Lu:ille is returning S8.000 a year in dividends. I if ornia a yes s ds a little over a year aso in iiimois cmde has muming $96 ui.Mui mvi.ot.(.u. iii i.iontc vjh.-m,-j iciuius in (uviaeiius JSo.iiOO a year SL 000 invested in Sterling is returning 83,333 per year in dividend's $1,000 invested about two years ago in Premier is returning at the rate of $1 "00 per year in dividends. " SLOoo invested in Eullerton is returning S3.33.3 per vear in dividends S1.000 invested about two years ago m Mascot is returning $1,200 per year in dividends. Sl.ouo invested m Claremont is returning S1.600 per year in dividends The stock of the Associated Oil Com pany sold about ten years ao at be'ov $1.00 I blower share7 " " Q York St0 Exchange and ! Uihng around The Union Oil Company of California began its existence a few years io en t valu- TsiS!- Tday thC 3SSCtS f thC Uni011 011 Company ve a? eS,Sd vate Su ""'rt"cl3. ? IS tnat nave ba made and are beinir marl tr-,v in the Oil Profits California oil fields. most profitable field of We submit them as proof of our claim that California investment of the present day. USE THIS COUPON FOR CONVENIENCE :i oil is the We publish a weekly lEustrated newspaper, The Oil Book, which devoted exclusively p the California oil industry, conveying all of the important news for the benefit cf our clients. We will send you a six month Fnbs option to this newspaper free of cost, Address all communications to P. E. R. STRAUCH, Representative Lincoln Mortgpne & Loan Company, 7i South King Street. Honoltil i. T. H. ' " r:" " t'o'-ts. pr.-.vp, e'.j,, pirn-niphic , w, etc., of "" ' !:" :'1;!"'1' "'I 1 ttai-arv. AEo v,.;;- v,..,-'.e California E-r l-r -ix -noreU al'-oa'eE- fr,... o:; No incoln Mortgage and Loan to.Juti STRAUCH. Represser Ir.tivc King St,. Koocli'lu. T. 1. lith a:e.i ' "-ii FE.,.-..--.. Whitell '.' : ;.. IPo Geary Str San Fvanciseo. 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