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HONOLULU ST IUXIXT I X. M 0X DA Y, J ULY 1, 11H2.
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, We cany all kinds of sfccfes, but when we have
v. fitted you out with a pair of
We somehow feel more contented because we
know you have bought the best shoes made.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Every thing best in the art of
good shoemaking is found in
A TTiw r h tnip aristocrats of tHi krn world.
VY ' They are worn by that class of men who insist flQ
having omy ine ucsi mat money coa ouy.
Mclrterny Shoe Store
von Harnm -Young
Pioneer , and Leaders in .- ; .
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known can
as i'jcJtard. rope-Hartford, otevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas . . Flyer.
t Buick, Overland. Baker Electric, and
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Lace Nets and
, BEGINS .
Monday, July 8th
! SKK OtR WINDOWS.
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, uarage '
American Motors Co.,
VH". Corner" Alakea and Hotel Street.
' GEO. C BECKLEY, Sole Distributor
rAlJtFOR SAMPLE OP
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE LTD.
tCHUMAN CARRIAGE Ca
For- the BEST RENT CARS in the
city; ring up for . .
OLDSMOBluE, No. 403
LAN DAI l LET. No. 80
C. H. B E H N
AtXi WE ASK IS A TRIAI
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kapiolani. Building
The popular new' correspond
We carry all fashionable pIzps,
In exquisite shades,
; Illuminated "monogram on each
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Hawaiian NeWs Co.,
Young Hotel Buitdmj
Use a .PREST-O-UTE TANK
on yoUT Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
." Agency Co;, Lt
Eyes Examined ;
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Factory on the Premis
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A'. N. Sanford,
Boston Budding - ort .Itreet
1 Over May & Co. -
; For a hack ringup 2307.
V Curios from all over tLeworTu at the
Anchor Saloon. "
- It goes without saying that every
thing is Best at The Encore. .
' Special prices . on . potteries and
brasses. Arts and Cralts Sfcop.
1 Ukuleles. Calabashes, etc., at factory
1719 Lillha. ' Prices reasonable. ;
J-- A. "S. Stanford, optician. Boston
iMilrlins. Fort fSirjl, ,over. Mviy A;
Th Underwood Typewriter Visible
--none, better. AValK Nichols Co.. Ltd.
i Today is the' pevehth anniverssry
of the estibltshment of county govern
tnent in Hawaii. , v
Federal .Ij?e Dole today, approxed
tv.tt Bmi..innnal accounts or umiea
St vtes Court Clerk A. R. Mupphy.
i If you want a. good Job done on an
auto or carriage take if to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 42T Queen St.
I Bicycle Supplies and Repairing. Roy
al Navy Bicycles, $45. Easy terms.
Dowfcon Bros.. Smith and Hotel St a.
" Th6 .King's" Danthers" Circle will
meet this evening, at 7: 30 at the home
of Mrs. W. S. Hopper on KeoumOku
street. : :!
A new $50,0o0 bond for Henry Ha
pai, registrar of public accounts was
acepted by the Acting Covernor t'nii
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
For an auto call Up Joe Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, Phone 2.111.
Seven-seated PopeHartford, No.
.The next Pact tic 1 Motorcycle Club
meets tonight' at seven-thivty at tRe
tooTfs o the Public Service Associa
tion, King etreet.
Kibtx-v replaced Burns in the sfey-
-nth Thp latter. was pretty badly.
shaken Up by the second projectile that
Inman lodged In his jribs. .
; Kahala is getting to be quite as
iirnnlar on Sunday's aa Is Walkiki. Al-
though a trifle windy yesterday the L
water was full I Darners.
! Bring 10 Green Stamps and one dol
lar htid get a complete-Boy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Beretania and Fort streets, .
i If you are thinking; of ouilding fuis
summer see the Honolulu Construc
tion and Draying Company about your
crushed rock for cement work,
Jose Freitss Caires, a native of
FunchaK Madeira, Portugal, this morn
ing filed a petition for naturalrzitio:
as a citizen of the United States,
i the theory that new cases canno'
U. taken up by tne court 'during Jul.
and August. The case will not t
eard uhtil the Septefter term o;.en5.
. Circuit Judge H. E. Cooper thts
mnrnini? declined to make any disi.osi
tiori of the assumpsit caso Hiram
Kehu against Daismva suit or rentals.
t- -United States .Collector of Custom?
m i ofobahio hns hpfTi reanoointed
to that position, Uh headquarters at;
this port. He renewed his oatn or
office before federal judge uoie in
Chambers this morning.
r Auto trips around the lsiana wii oe
made every Wednesday and Friday by
the City Auto Stand cars; autos leave
stand at 9 a. m. and return about 5
p. m. Three cars (will be placed ort
run if required.:. Rates $4.5u a passen
ger. Those desiring to make trip are
.requested to come and book. City
Auto Stand. Phone 3664 or 1179.
At 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
August Bortfeld on Gazette avenue a
very pleasant birthday-dinner was giv
en yesterday n: celebsation of the
first birthday of .their yaung"est grand
child. Frederick Gay. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. S. Gay. The guests were
Messrs. 3iid Mesdames P. S. Gay, J.
I. Dovle and Bir.dt. an the Misses
rtnrtfPi and Schubert, and William
Criminal Information, , charging as
ttflnit n Customs House Inspector
Manuel r! Medeiros, wds filed in fed e-
rn I court this morning by Ueputy i
S. District Bittings against the seven
Chinese members of the British tramp
steamer Indian Monarch. Ttuse men,
who hfve " been held by tho po"
since their riant on King street a few
night's ngo. vl be placed in the
custody i.4 the tederal officials pend
Acting Governor Mott-Smith today
signed apar "don for Harry Lyman,
'who was convicted of second degree
larceny on November 2, 1911, ty a
jury in the district court of Kalawao
end sentenced to a. year's servitude,.
The pirdon was granted on the recom
mendation of Superintendent Mt'eigh
in charge of the settlement on Aiolo
kai, where the crime; and its punish
ment took place. "
If you intend to live' in a trunk for a few weeks this
Summit Hnn'f foil m see our line Also our exceptional
assortment of steamer rues, valises; hand bags, suit cases,
You will find our prices extremely low
considering the high quality of the goods. ,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
King, near Fort
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i lie mur ,
Willis' place, and Adjutant Duncan
and other helpers will be here In a
A reception will be given the new
comers on Saturday, July 6th, between
2:30 and 5 p. m., to which the public
Home fn Manoa Valley. Saturday
evening and Sunday, July 6th and 7th,
special welcome meetings will be held,
and those who come and get ac
quainted early will be glad they did
so when these officers in their turn re
ceive farewell orders.
" A specialty bfr-Mumlnum welding
by an entirely, new Gerrqan proce
is made by Schuman. Carriage Co.
This process will not warp or injure
parts like other methodsr Prepardd
tn dn nil kinds of Jobs from smaHest
i pieces to largest crank case3,
last Saturday 'night when -the Moillili
church gavfe & social affair which was
distinguished by the presence of many
prominent Hawaiian politicians.
Prince Kuhlo attended the function
as a social event, but vjas called upon
T'.nildine. For street, over May- &
not go into politics to any extent, he
called upon the Hawaiians to work
together for the best interests of the
territory and o stand, for true Ameri-
can principles.-' In a way; his own
attitude wag outlined.
James H. Boyd, D. Kalauogalani,
Jr., St. Piiania and others spoke im
the gathering took on more and more
of a political aspect as the meeting
progressed. 7 "
NEEDS OF CITY
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Management of R. Kipling ! t
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A comparatively small number of
ladips mpt at the Kaiulanl Home this
! morning to meet Miss Frances Lias-,
toer and hear what sue naa to say in
regard to thetocial conditions in this
city. Missi31ascoer opened her talk
wth a brief mention of the ways hi
which the' large cities in the United
States are haadling j these conditions.
Then she turned to the social needs
in Honolulu. fThe present - situation .
in Honolulu," laid Miss Blascoer, "is,
.sdmewhat different from any I have
yet been awan of. The children ef
the kindergarten age are well taken
care of by the?ree Kindergarten As
sociation and th Associated Charities
but the older children, the ones who
are most in neeij of an education, are
sadly neglected.! In school rooms that;
have accommodations for thirty, there
are sixty childtea and each year there
are children of tke public school age
turned away becmse of the lack of
room in the schoi houses. Although
only a few step's have .been taken to
remedv the neei the workers feel
hat in time more progress can be
At the close of the meeting names
of several-"ladies -vho are willing ito
help with this "Work, were given to .
Miss Blascoer. tf !
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; i- Chemical; Engines and
'it and save delay
. For Sale bj
J. A. I L M A N
f FOR SALE
R. J. BERGER,
l'f.:rnoi!i r.irrnturi". P'!ms, itc., ' at
i:;:o i:,Wt.nia St.- i'eteeii the
hour.s of I'md S V in- r277-Ct
HILO GETS RUMOR
0F "HARMONY" PLAN
I Spt'clrtl' CorrtsiHjndonoe. Star-HulK-tin.
HILO, T. T., Julv 1. Rev Stephen
Desha leaves today for Honolulu on
the rtimar, it is said, of a proposed
"harmony program"-of the Kuhio and
Fiear leaders. The receipt of tnis
news here has upset .political figur
ing, asd some Hawaiians declare that
if such a thing should happen they
would swing their "entire forces to
Link' McGandless, Democrat.
- District Attorney Breckons arrive J
yesterday and' conferred with Dosha.
:md returns-on the steamer.
Return to Vaudeville
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"The Minstrel Man with the Feet
Late of Dockstader's Minstrels.
H'll Keep You Laughing
iMRW - TO-DAY
Hawaiian lodge no, 2t; f. & m.
THKIti: WILL BE A STATED
meeting f Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. F.
A M . at its lo.lgej-oom, Nison-lc
T,-inil -orr f-r of Hotel ami AlaKea
AU kinds of MHicatfd .Kl.ctrnMl
Work repaired. . . : . " v
)K'Halty on Storage llattcrls. r-iU
70 N. SCHOOL ST
When voir want to t'Uy t seWino
machine ask' for the CPnuint Wilcox
and C.I hi is all othet? ar imitnnon.
liennv & (., Ltd., are sale agents for
the Tenlton. -4 tBi-n tanu; street.
Sunday was an Interesting time in
the Salvation Artflj, and the meetings-were-
well attendet and full of inter
aat fnr it.isn't nfi th'it thrpp.nf the
treets. THIS (Monday) EVEN I Nil. j leaders say farewej ;lt pne time. Ma
ulv l. l'.Jl-. at 7:"u o'clock. ,' jor-J. Willis, who'ns been in charge
or Army woi,wi ut hi anus rui auuui.
three ypars; Staff kiVt. C. L- McAbee
and Adjt. C. M. l .ho for a longer
time have been in tarne of the S. A.
home in Manoa vay. are., the otftcrs.
Avlio are going. Col. B .B.
who comes to taki charge in Majo
THANSATIOX OF BFSINKS.
Si e m 1 u-rs of. U onol uTir Lod ge, ( u ea n ic
liodge Mu all visiting brethren are. tra-
ternally in itd to attjaid
J H ordei of tin- W. M.
K. II C, WALEA'E.
Noveltj' Sketch and Singing Artists
( AKBLiMlY AAD EILSK IT UUdf
rjri Gypsy Costumes -Operatic
B Ylfi Selections with Instru-
v mental Accompani-
Arrived by Ventura ment
New Motion Pictures
ry and Mtn's Hata
TELi 2914. Phone 14.