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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, .VTUKDAT, JULY C, 1012. "
1 .-.' -- ' . - .
IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TER
RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING
TERMS IN THE CITY ANO COUN
. TY OF HONOLULU.
TKimiTORY OF HAWAII, by Mar-
um Campbell. Superintendent of
Public Work. Plifttlf' and l titlon
. r, vs. GOO WA.VJIOY KT AU De-
lenoants and Respondents. Kmlnent
TERM SUMMONS. "
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII;
To the lHGH SHIiRIFF of th TER-
lUTortV OF HAWAII, or hia ixp-
uty; the SHERIFF of the CITY AND
COUNTY OF. HONOLULU, or his
YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon GOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN.
HON; KAMAKA STILLMAN: ROSE
MilNERNY, wife of E. A. Meln'erny;
15 'A: McINERNY; CARL ONTAI;
GEORGE D. ROBINSON: GEORGE
T. ROBINSON; J. A. MAGOON; LI
LIKALANI; THOMAS IA.LAKEA;
ROSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN
KWAU KHI; WONG LEONG: HAR
RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE HENEVO
LENT SOCIETY, a coloration; W.
O.' SMITH; S. M. DAMON, E. FAXON
BISHOP. ALBERT F. JUDI and AL
FRED V. CARTER, Tru$ tt-es under
the Will and of the Estate of Bernlce
PauaM Bishop, deceased;' JO fLV DOE,,
MARY ROE. JANE BLUE and JOHN
" J JIACK, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants and respondents. In
jie they shall file written answer
within twenty days after service here-
of, to-be and nppear . before ,the saJd
Circuit Court at- the term thereof
. pending Immediately after the. explra;
- lion of twenty days after service here
of; provided, however tf ho term be
funding at Buch time, then ,lo be and
appear before the said Circuit Court
at the next succeeding tern thereof,
to wit, the January, 1913.; Term there-
. of, tb be hold en at the City and County
of Honolulu on Monday, the :13th day
of January next, at 10 o'clock a, m. to
show cause why the claim of the Ter
ritory, of Hawaii, plaintiff, should nd
,he. awarded to It pursuant to'the tenor
of Its annexed Petition. And have you
then there this Writ, with 'full return
of your proceedings thereon.
WITNESS the Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid, this lCtb
day of February, 1912. .
(Seal). (Sgd.) J. A. DOMINIS.
- Clerk. s '
Teritory of Hawaii, )
City and 'County of ) ss.
I, J. A. DOMINIS. Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial cir
cuit. Territory or Hawaii, tlo hereby
certify that the foregoing Is a full, true
aiid correct' copy of the original 'sum
mons In, tfret easy, of. ..Territory ' of Ha
waii, by Marston Campbell, Supeln-
tendent of libllc Works, Vs. Goo Wan
Hoy et al . as the ianie appears of rec-
rd and oh Ale In the office of the Clerk
of saW Court." ' ' ". "V , ' i .
ll further, certify that the petition'
prays tlie condemnation for use" as a1
. public highway "of the - following-described
land.- situate In the City, and
County of Honolulu, .Territory of - Har
well, to wit:
Beginning at a" point in the south
west property line of Kuaklnl street,
l which point Is Azimuth 318 46'. CT7.i:a
feet from -the line between the Gov
, ernment Street Survey. Monument on
Llllha Street. at the northeast' corner
of School Street and the .monument
above Kuaklnl street, opposite Kuna
wal Lane, which survey line Is seyenr
teefl feet (17) offset from thenew
southeast property line of Llllha Street,
thence" running by true azimuth and
'distances as follows
1. 47 10'. 544.2 feet in a straight line
to a "point, thence, in a curved
line to the left having a radius
- of 920.0 feet; ' . -. . ' ,-
2. 42 394' 144.63 feet direct bearing
and distance; thence
3. 3S .09'. 120.02 feet in a straight
line to a point thence: In a curv
ed line to the right, having a
" radius of 875.0 feet; .
44 29' 193.04 feet direct bearing
. and distance; thence
RIGHT TO TAP
A HARD PROBLEM
THUS KOREAN YOUTH
Gann represented Schlft at th Hm
Brandt was sentenced. " Attorney Gen
eral Thomas Cnrmody appeared before
Judge Hand as the representative of
Cho was inscribing the Korean char
acters when his pencil broke. Mis
Rogers j-harpened it and adjusted a fine
point to the lead by carelessly, sketch
ing a tree in schoolboy fashion. -Cho
watched her closely and no soon.
er had she handed him the pencil than
he proceeded to sketch a slmilaf tre-
Far away up on the windward side
f thejliland of Qabu, near the town
ijip of Kona Ivai been ' discovered a
genius, an artistic genius, whose lajid-
fnfi ta fcrvo assorted therfi are' pamungs ..via rar to rival those
six thousand acres of trees on Maiina,ff..Rubt,Vs Mtt. according to Miss
Kea'a slope.3 that will produce a wealth) LI It Ttogers. a teacher in Kona who
of rubber, or ihicle, or some kindred j claim tli distinction of blinding" this
glutinous substance, and that some-i new genius, : '
body Is to reap a fortune frona this na.t- His name is Cho Sel Kijun, he Is 27
ural resource, provided bv a foiett ol-tars old, a Korean by birth, and is a
approximately 2,000.000 trees. .. . j teacher in the Korean school of Kona.
' Dut the question has t. risen who Although, up to two months "ago . he
gct.i the privilege of gathering !n this liad'never had a pencil In his hand ex--fortune?
It appears that Robert Hind tept in writing,; he has shown such
holds a ka?e on the' entire trat, oh-'profiCi0jriCy .nder te tutelage of 'Miss
tafned for crazing purposes for the ihat h win ii. tr mnir,-.
" , , . , -. ..... ..ABV. vv me iiuuii- i urw .' n-iB u.vi lauiii ij 1 1 ll ill
Puuwaawaa Cattle Ranch, that is saw lanfi this
to have six yetrt yet to run. At lf?tud' under. Prof. J. S. Aukeney of aheaJ and now Is thirsting for more
expiration OI luai UIUC iue. leant; t-
verts to the Territory. V V
Can he,' by right of his grazing lease,
tap these trees?
COT UP TRACT
I : 'll if
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HILO, July 5. -It is rumored that a
which,: according to MIs& Rogers was ' hui has been formed for the purpose
perfect in : perspective." - The Korean ' of purchasing some 250 acres of lai.d
lessons were f abandoned, and instead iblonging to the Hilo, Sugar cemj-any
M"iss Rogers began Instructing her for-Vand cutting It up into residential Kites
mtr language teacher In the elemen- rwhlch ' be Pced-: in the ilocal
tary principles of drawing 1 ' market The scheme .will tnyolie an
Excelled His Teacher ;r ' t. outlay of between 10i).CO) and Jl'O,-
He progressed rapidly and two w eeks "
ago 'Miss Rogers had taught him all fche
an opinion, asserting he cannot nitke a
ruling until he has seen tne lease.
Laho' Commissioner Jc.ihua ' Tucker al
so declines to discuss the matter, mere-
the university of Missouri. s instruction. - ; r V
Bring Protege to City. According to Mis Rosers, professor
T0,r(lnrlal ftfflpis'll ifevr. na-vm iuviii liu Ilium-. AUKCIICJ VI C niVerSliy OI USSOUri
lerrnurmi uiuv.ia.0 , .tvi . -. ; ti ' . ' .....
. . . jm M ' U IL1I IIL1 kitT 1 111 U V I 1M !J II uniwa Bi llfl ' TT1 A1 n n F I 1 V r 9 rt
nv PPTim! TJndsav defines to give"""' w"ve pne nea some or her nius to us greatest extent.
n5y :ttSl annn ni PUP"' work, consisting of water-color ! Cho Sel Kijun has been here for six
and charcoal landscape drawings. 1 years. lie comes from a good family
According to Miss RQgers, Cho Sel in Korea,! but wheta his father refused
Kijun was Instructing her In the Ko- to allow him to leave the country, he
J ly saying he has not seen uinu re-! "&6c nucu sue uiMweu m run pay uiu came 10 nawaii, wnere
cently ann uoein i reiiici.uueit.v.u.-ij",? -.. .... v ...nn.-. oju, ;'. tijutji. ..-.
what Kind 01 lene tne laiici ma?
in his possession. 7 - v ' '
Hind was reported to be in Honolulu
t everal days ago for the purpose of
having his tease examined, to determ
ine what rights it gives him in the use
of the timber but he did not caiV on
the Territorial officials to get their
I( eas on the subject.
A grazing lease ordinarily does not
give tne lessee-any .sui vu Two regiments' of Cavalrv will .... Th rn. rT(ir tn nt
TWO REilEiTS OF HORSE
As soon as it is definitely known
whether the franchise for tae, pro
posed Ililo rapid trans.: company Is
through. Congress some definite acdon
.will be taken in conection with the
matter as. it is the Intention of the
hui to try and get the rapid transit
company to take its line out to the
jaew suburb. . ' ' ' '
The matter Is all up in the air
at the present time, however, although
there should be-a good future ahead
for the scheme if it can ' be success
fully swung ; . ; "' ; r
SYRACUSE, Sicily When Italy
prepared to bombard Tripoli the resi
dents of that city, hurried away in ev
ery possible direction. Hundreds went
to Malta,' while other hundreds ' came
to this city. . There were so many of
them that t was impossible to provide
shelter for them. They, were allowed
2 franca (40 cents) daily to buy food
until. they could be sent back to-Trip-olL
These payments were made at the
police station. The picture shows a
j group of refugees just after they had
Jrooolvofl thiir Allnwanrp " : TTipsa ref-
Z.u,"t: y n tho lnnrl; hut! V7V 5B""cii i iurj
Trt ho nme doubt whether! rationed on. Oahu for about, a month French to the Second Infantry' is a!
,uc,c,,vvu.. - t :iexi winier, wnen Dom tne Fourtn 1 ' i ' - ..Jrecplved their allowance
.uc uuu.c a ... -- ---- : - ana nin norse win be at Schofield , , rr4V4D iuzeei were of all nationalities - Ger
give him privilege to make use. of the Parracks; The Fourth Is scheduled eajis that, th
il thfl Firtsf' -will Iiava (n Hn all (do wnrlr'aamo nmm'infl Another nlcfnre shows
PLANS BIGf EAT
i". - : ' ' " ,' I
to arrive in January, while the Fith
- 111 "A ' 1 ...
win not say gooa-py io nawan untii; the First will have to do all the work
the following month. The Incoming , " , ,
troops will go under canvas until the of his PTment and command the
cavalry cantonment Is vacated. Dur-' Pst as " well. Again, Colonel French
Ing this period Schofield will have five is just one " month senior to CJolohcl
regiments and auxiliary troops, and Rogers, so that the. newcomer will
will be a veritable hive of soldiering.' supplant the man that has been prec
The long expected orders for the tically in command of the regiment
transfer of the Fifth came yesterday. lor the past few months. ,
The Fourth. -which will relieve it, is; ' . - r-; . ,'
now scattered among the small posts There is another oeanization mi
' HILO, July 5.S winging freight cars 'of tHe Southwest, but this Is not taken irp -at Schofield, concerning the com-
and engines across a guicn a tnousana mciui iut me r um win necessar- mand of the First
same amount. 1 Another picture shows
the Italian destroyer Corazziere,
which took part in the operations at
Prevesa. So many : Italian soldiers
were sent here that the barracks, could
not accommodate them, and many
slept in churches 1 and dooiways. '
Miss Harriet quimby the first wo
man who flew, over the English chan
nel, carefully powdered her nose be-
fore making the trip. "
'CTt,1l A i J 11
n hiii " - . - . -
feet wide by. means of an enormous., uy oe-.exuea xo ine aana 01 sana anu . Headquarters and dne battalion of the t , -. - . - : -
.iii nvort -fif.'ppn' hundred feet Bagebruslt . A portion or the reeimentronmot .lotioi- . . t--otr , l ttt- A TvmfH' I
!n length Is no iraall .order and yet. wiir have. had at ifouryear tour in jthe while 4:lie bther- battalioti ; is In tha L M W A W 1 O m '
that is 'jr.it what the ; Hilq Railroad tropics; and-iitjis quite likely .that Ithe 'Philippines. Bat v Colonel -TlumbougUl V A A ?, ' '"
Company is planning to do at Mauiua' rw wm. w6ivea.uue ox.mei larger has beebriri theast' forborne time i..
ulch when the tini comes aro-.md. (Northern staUonsjrin consequences rvon 'sicfc'-reporti -and ItV.hihlikely-that ..;.':" .""WAWTp... , '. ;t ;.-jf
v a fimall pn-ine and i a number oZ 'When ithf.-B Qurth arrives, -command hHl return to this climate" Ther. '' , .
u - , - f V1 T7- 1 11 1 .1 1 i I .. . : . .4.' 7 1.. j,. ; r I
Clean. ' :pi-umwh . vauavnts fWiM,uevuivt.oirrrni4r Mihr?irriiTfrsmhV ' T-r -rbaTlv ln
131.47. feet to a 'point- h
the northeast property line of
- School Street, which point. .1?
,; axlmuth, 322? - 768.5 --feeU
from the government street sur-
vey line on Liliha Street; thence
322 45 S0. feet along the, north
east property line of School
V Street, and acrosisi Frxg: Lane to
- a. point; .thenc - . . '' V. 'C
230 49MS3.P Xeet in a'straight line
to a point; T thence in a curved
line to the left, having a radius
of 925.0 feet;
224 29' 204.07 feet direct bearing
. and distance; thence
21S .09' 120.02 feet In a straight
. line to a point; thence in a curv
ed line to the right having a ra
dius of 870.0 feet;
222 S9&' 136.77 feet direct bear
ing and distance;-thence
11. 227 10' 542.9 feet in a straight
' . line to a point in the southwest
v property line of Kuaklni .Street;
' thence '. .. " " "
138 45' 50.0 feet along the south
-west property line of Kuakkii
Street to the point of beginning.
Containing an area of 56.787.6 square
feet. . ; . ' . ..
All i. persons . having an interest ) in
the land sought to be condemned are
hereby warned that unls-s they appear
at ald Court on or before August 5,
1912, they will be forever barred-from
contesting said petition or any judg
ment entered thereon. .
IN WITNESS , "WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
peal of said Circuit Court, this 11th 'day
of April. 1912.
(Seal) J. A. DOMINIS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First
; Circuit. " ;
' Alexander Lindsay. Jr.. Attorney Gen
eral, and E. W. Sutton. Deputy" Attor
ney General, attorneys for petitioner.
, 5279 July 3 to 31
Twenty-five thousand dollars has
been appropriated for the use of the
lodiciarv committee of the house to
enable it to Investigate the question
of the Increasing price of meat. ' .
..ltit nra will Tit RMlITlff;
V.U.1 D. T1 . d .,. . . '
across the gulch In this manner so that' ;r commanaer, -oione.L h,agar j f h x command "regiment; althougu
he'w'ork on the extension on tne otn "TC1 ' or; iu.,jVwiu-Hbe lientenant colonel W m the'.'Phil
r side of the gulch can go ahead in : McGunnigJe.v. The u arrival ri.45tv,pylfppiB"es, T-Depar.tmet''6f --;ftiiwdtt
th fastest Domible manner," umer -bMvv(' , vP.c4, tucaan (u nas' asneu xnair' wenxenant Ljoionei
-tuff Will of course be sent across on duties and responsibilities . iofv,t thaMenotu?rlfe"trsferwd ; :lo 4.,IIawad;
h rah e which will ue'liseo as iue uummuucj, - mm; it .... iuu.- mc ine--answer came inai ne .ajouiu
not oe, sparea, irpm nis present post,
trrr-pan of ronvevance" across likely by., .that i. time fhatt i a.
, ..v, ,-... w ... : : i u Mhrigadier -general junior. t-vOeneral k:;M.ajo,Cl!i;fltshanfc', cpntiiiuesi to
Thf Idea is not. a new one btir it is rwawiuiu,i.w j u-.- M$ui.:;.urt;'.'. w-.cyiii;
The Idea is not. a new one
r-mmethinc for this kland to
hoast mandftt iLeilehna,
Exprjenced'rnanfor" general. .AQrk it
e pinppia.pianationj nancuing noises,
1 1 etc.x Good ..opportunity :;fpr ood niari.
Telephone ,735. - v '.f,. ; j; . 52Sl-lt
rtin the rc
mienf from "headquarters'
lbouJ. Situated, as we are in thcicenj"
ter of the Pacific Ocean, just a mere
lot on the map, it shows we can. still
r;oICi' our own and keep up wit j, the
'atest engineering feats goir.;r,! . on
throughout the world. , ' -
The. Ililo . Jlailroad Company ; Is
spending an enormous sum ofi-pney
on this extension work', -which ..when
completed, will be a fine asset to the
.?!ands. ' k ,.
1 URGENT 1ED
ir nriTr&i'f Hni ,riiTn no nonMii-Tn-An T
' In his special letter of June 22,
Henry Clews of New York makes -the
following among other, remarks on tne
financial situation: " '.
Another week of apathy has been
passed on the Stock Exchange. There
is however at much better undertone
in course of development , arid if noth
ing Interferes the' outlook Is for im-
i provement generally in the. business
Pditics has now safely passed " one
radical candidate. - Apparently v ha
sober sense of the American people
Is beginning tto impress itself ; up! n
HILO July 5.-Following a tK",,. n!
by Supervising Principal Marciel, j re- -J 'LSSSS
port-:was submitted1 to the board. of. I?SS.!? !?S.?! !
Supervisors at their meeting WednesT -u u. lueuu-
Z pm,n.v. vwmr Fdwarrf A ' -party 'can afford to take the
Southworth -in connection .with j Uhei cHas of nominating an extremely
needs of;the;Hani:kua ichools. ; .
r Southworth reported as follow."?:
. TTnaKia o-oral Tprsjilrs. nalntinfif in-'
terlor and exterior and fence In -front je politicians, and unless all signs
t , int -tiiK-i Kr UUe the country is Ured of erratic
aflitionai Thfi jaaicansm. vniie it. wants progress
j ruikuuau. v.. .... 1- . I i a i
Paatihau plantation agrees to con- "uu muim wear ui uswcm
nf,r fu rdditlonal rooms and. Ileal V disturbance. The essential
pay all labor ad cartage, etc. if the'j wants pf the people have already
v sn -,,nniv itv.t. o- ms.ibeen made' known. Renublidan ' or I
terials landed at Paauilo lancing. The j Democratic .; platforms may, contain
materials and" freight will cost $1000. some, startling proposals in order io
-.atiihv nn room additional, fence: entice as many votes as possible, Jjut
round school lot and repairs to cottage, j pre-election promises and. post-election
other. Henceforth, therefoe, business
men will be able to "pay-less and less
attention to politics - and more and
more to business. Of course startling
chahges would necessarily have an
unsetting effect, but the political at
mosphere has heen materially clari
fied during the past week, and there is
ample. Reason for growing confidence.
Much business has been deferred dar-
T onInn: At a three-cornered COn- ing uie last jew uiuulus. a"w euwi-
r wtroon rVrvrPSftntatives of , prises have been pigeonholded and
the striking miners, the operators and . merchants could not be expected to
:n,l5th ih Premeir made aUtock. up until they know better what
m. ittmvt " . rnnt nccno M mncf ha fa flfHl
tewerage etc.,(iiyu. ( . r -.
Honokaa: two rooms additional.
12300. ; - .
Kaauhuhu: general .repairs, paim
ine and water tank, $300. . J ,
Kukulhaele: tnother aaauionai
room, $1000. .
"Thismakes a total amount of $6,
325 needed and the matter has been
referred to the finance committees
final appal to the contestants to, make
mutual concessions and end the strike;
He'" pointed out the extreme sertous
nesJwof the situation and declared that
unless the strike were settled the in
dustries of the country, already badly
crippled, would be completely paralyz
ed by the end of the week. Mr. As
quith made his appeal on the ground
of humanity "and askeT the miners to
go back: to work and trust to Parlia
ment to enforce their chief demand,
the establishment of a minimum wase
scale. Iter he introduced in the
House ' of Commons the miners' mini
mum wage bill.
Prof. Metchnikoff, of the Pasteur
Institute, Pans, believes that he can
prove that old age is caused by two
iwisons. and claims that he has found
a bacillus which will help to ward off
the ailments of. old age. .t ;. v, , ; X
business men are simply waiting for
the starting signal. When this cornea
we may look for a gradual renewal of
trade activity. i . V .
Railroad earnings are satisfactory,
thl r ty-fi ve reads reporting for th irai
week in June showing a gain, of 7 per
cent over last year. Bank clearings
showed a gain of 1 0 per cent: for the
Vall Street will he considerably In
terested in the effects of the 'July dis
bursements which are second to the
January return in importance. This
year they are estimated at oyer 2-0,-000,000,
a considerable increase over
the returns a year ago. There Is ap;nr
ently a good investment demand , fcr
securities ' combining, both safety '-.ari
profit. ; Low rate interest bonds oiV
neglected, and jjopular, preference is
turning toward the better class of
industrials and prefered issiies. ;
market is 'fdr betterment; the sltiut
tiott'; Is'; not 11 without Its f drawbacks
which should not me ignored.' 4 New
security-issues since', January I have
been enormous.-. !'7t is questioable
whether any Tuther important addi
tioi might ot bring on: a fit if finan
cial - indigestion.- The enormous de
mand for . new capital has .not ; been
confined to the United States. 1 It 13
world-wide and lias been just as mark
ed in Germany, France and otlr
countries- as in the United1 States.
? Fortunately, the United States is In
a stronger position in such respects :
than most other countries largely be
cause we have been marking time for
the last year or two ahd pursuing; a
course of strict conserva.tism. We ur?
consequently , In an exceptional
sound condition financially comroer
gers to be - encountered at home aro
cially and industrially The only dan-
the possibilities of a crop failure - or
some political disturbance .ot yet
foreseen. Unfortunately there' is. some
chance cf a serious deadlock between
Congress and President Taft, who is
almost certain to veto extravagant ap
propriation 4 bills. For such" a courage
ous policy Mr. Taft . should have the
support of the best elements in public
life. Nevertheless, - the country is
weary and apprehensive regarding any
further": political strife at Washing
ton. vVv..-- .:-':";: v-t'a':';
.OA)dV4-horse, teain,. JiOO'pr; 1200 Ib'V, or
5 strong:'. mule, team, jf or . greneral plan
tation work.1 Telephone lT5. ;r ' ;
, . . ' , . - t - ',;
Young I mam.stenograpber.l Slate ex
y. ifci rleride . xtnd salary rpected'' Ad
otlreps Pr O Bo C23. - ,':C281-3t
Experienced lady cashier of neat ap
peoYance. Must be actlrate 'fn flg
';ures'''andJ able to take telephone or
' 1 ders. Alex. Young Cafe,
' 5281-3t v,;;'--
-f - - . -
There is no fabric
more genteel, than the
popular and much -wanted
blue Serge, i
No gfentlemen's ward
robe is complete with
out a suitjof this fabric.
They arc suitable for
all occasions, and al
. ways give a man the
appearance of being
We show these serges
in various wales, also
fancy weaves.. ,
Cor; Fort and Hotel ' St
NEW YORK. N. Y.The new sub
marines, the El and tlie E2, went from
the Brooklyn navy yard to JS'orfolk,
va. Tnat their commandfrH had no.
idea of subxnerglns: them during the
tripouth was shown by both;bein?
canvas, covered. to the watr line; On
board the two sub'marint-M .are two cat.
mascots. : Before ma ny months ' . both
these mascots 'will te ?dvt'i)-soa cats,
for when they make dive th? nusctt.s
will remain on board. . aval ; inen are
Interested -in the. Voyage of thes' two
deep-sea fighters,' for they, are the llrst
to be equippelwithw the 'Delsel ,oll-.'
Burrifng ; interior combustion, .fcnglne. '
Thf y .are aI,o the first submarines tp
he equipped .with: wireless, and during t.ampai';n.
their journey tu T-'orfi !'; t
in 'constant touch with lir. I.
sels are e.juipjutj with
masts, which will fwlj up a;
the deck when a dive U ir.
las vi:gas, n. m. ir ;,
sum, u , wealf 'by i I.( : ; 1 :
tho Uepul'llcan cai.i lit- i'
or. Ib an Invittrat f
prefers a pipe to a e! ::r.
was nominated every C ! v .
cob piju'Y froj h'.s . . !. t
smr)kii'.-.r. The cam!!,!. st-' ;. .
his han-.l t!;:i,:. 1 t!.
for the nonihntlwn. Th c
been tho e:r.!!e:u of th I:
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Del Monicp -Centrally located; moder
ate prices. 130 Beretania-St.
ROOM AND BOARD.
In . private family, for one t or more
a gentlemen; close in. APPy 1320 ICa
' pJolan'L , . ,.v' 52$l-lt
Thoroughbred White Leghorn cocker
els, 5 to 7 months old. $2.50 to $3.50
each. 1 E.. M. Cheatham, 1320 Kaplo
- lani.!. ' l: - IV ' 5281-lt
Chang Chan; architect. House plans,
low rates; estimates furnished. Of-
flee; River Mill kC6.r 163 Pa uahi St.:
' Tel. 1076. : " 5280-tf
The Transo envelope-a time-saving
.'- Invention No addressing "necessary
-' in sending out bills or receipts. Ho
nolulu Star-Bulletui Co- Ltd., sole
agents .for patentee. H tf
We, not only have the LARGEST and BEST, but w have the LAT
,EST and MOST EXCLUSIVE LINE of I
Granite, Llarble and Hawaiian Stem
1" ' ; j A call at our yards will convince you that you
can get the full value of your money.
Honolulu Monument Vorhs Ltd.
PUNCHBOWL AND KING STREETS
NEW YORK, N. Y. Man noted at
torneys have been interested in tne
case of Folke H Brandt, formerly valet
for Mortimer L. Schiff, who was sen
tenced to thirty years in prison five
second weed in June, and this In spite years ago after , pleading, guilty to
of limited speculation. ' Crop repots burglarj-. Judge Richard L.' Hand was
are more encouraging it being welW appointed a special comrRissioner by
understood that the condition of I he
leading crops has" considerably im
proved since the Government report
on June 1. Our foreign trade continues
in very nattering conditions the total
exports for th6 eleve months f the
fiscal year amounting to $2,066,00 ),
000, an increase of $139,000,000 over
a year ago. During the same .period
our imports amounted to $1,322,00,-
000, of $117,000,000 more than a year
ago. ' . .'.': ' V'-v--
Governor Dix to take evidence on i
wh ich Governor Dix could base ac
tion on Brandt's application for a par
don. District Attorney Whitman is in
vestigating the matter to see if there
was a consplraci to "railroad" Brandt
to prison, and' he has said that he ex
pects the grand jury to return indict
ments. ,MiraDeau i. Towns is tne at- i
tomey for Brandt and 1 Toward S.
TW) m y ..- )7
. r f t .5,
Fort and Beretania Sts. ' ' Opp.' Central Fire Station