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HONOLULU STAR-BULLE' IX, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1912.
1128 FORT STREET
has the best Hcme-Made Bread,
German PreUels and Coffee Cake. Be
sure and, ilng up 2124.
1 129 Fort Street
4 Celebrated Chicago
P A X II C A FE,
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WAS AWARDED HIGHEST II050RS
At the recent California" State
Fair held at Sacramento:' ... ....
A (;OM AWAHIl - .
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Everything in Furnitur
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STS.
Messages for friends at sea may
be telephoned to the
office up to eleven every wight
All kinds Wrapping y. Papers 1 and
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers.
AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN PAPER &
- SUPPLY CO., LTD. i J
Fort and Queen Sts , Honolulu.
Fhone 1410. Geo. G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Chase Re Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Xln Ct.
Kid, Gun Metal and
06.50 and 7.00,
, We know everybody and endertand
jnq mtjiHde s pB siiix
Fetched an Extra
Circle Swing Derrick
Ring Up-Then Hoist
Geo. EL. Paris,
; Machinery Sales Agent
::;:'.': I ; - . : - :
House on Green St.,
: $45 per ' month
House on ewalo St. ,
? Three Bedrooms
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET f
78 Merchant SL
Furnished on Buildings :
. r Rates Reasonable. -
ICO Hotel St, Oregon Bldg. Tel. S68
James L. Holt
offers t tome fine Jots near tb ca
line at Palaxpe. at a bargain; alsd th
oalmy sea-beach home of the late A4
tniral Beclfley at Aqua Marine. y
Im'iiat ion typewriter
lt 1264 Fort St.,
' Tel. 1140. L
E. G. Duisenberg
STOCKS . '
76 Mailt 8f; ;, FftOUC 3013
AND REAL ESTATE
O L I V E R G. LAN S I N Q
80 Merchant Street
We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca-
ulpa rubber; -Purissima Hills Oil stock;
Mascot Copper. .'y
: W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Cat.
ABSOUUTEiy PURE COfTET
, DRINK :::
May's Old Kona Coffee
"I BEST IN THE MARKET
H E N R Y M A Y & C O.
WHEN YOU WANT .
Tho Man to See Is
J. C. A XT ELL .'- ALAKEA STREET
I F I T'S P A INT :
And you want a good job, eo mo
SHARP SIGNS ARE SEEN
Phono 1697 847 Kaahumanu
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE 8EST MILK FO R
Your Grocer Sells It '
Star-Hulletlii Ads. arc Best Business
Getters. '; -h:
Twentv local Socialists met In Ho
nolulu under the leadership of Miss
Louise Gulick, Friday night and or-,
ganized a branch of the National So
cialist . party. The meeting was due
to the. efforts of J. Uosensteln in
creating interest In the movement.
The following officers were elected:
H. C. Holt, secretary; C.; M, Allbrecht
treasurer; J. Rosenstein. literature
agent: J. Whittle, organizer; B. J.
Baker, auditor, 'y, ." i' '
For the present the only work to
be undertaken by the members will
be an education campaign to arouse
interest in the Soclanst movement ana
to secure new members.
It was-' stated unofficially that the
party might . put a. ticket in the Held
at the coming election but that no
active , part, will be taken in politics
until a, good showing of members is
assured Meetings will be held week
ly and Socialist literature will be of
fered for sale. - '
' PUGILISTICJEE HIVE
(Continued from Page 7)
it as his 'opinion that, because of the
tanglei' Welsh ' should have ; sent the
two ineh to their corners andideclared
it no contest. ' Admittedly .Wolgast
couldn't have continued, and Rivers
himself was in bad shape. '
just what happened to Wolgast haiv
pens to be a further matter of conten
tion. Wrolgast,.as was explained, says
he struck himself in. falling over .Riv
ers, but Joe Levy, who happens to be
backed up in this; instance ,by .Nolan
says that - Rrvers shot a stiff right
across to the .body and that 'was wllat
hurt, the: champion. . (
Referee Welsh was asked about mat
point and said he didn't know what
happened to Wolgast, as he man t see
So far nothing has been done about
a return match - between the same
lightweights or another bout for the
champion. -:: " " . ''
Jnnea said this afternoon that Wol
gast would be ready for a return fight
with Rivers or a bout witn any omer
liehtweieht - within two .weeks " it
could be 1 arranged. Of course there's
no chance for any such ,.hurried-up
match and what Jones means is. mat
WolgastriS open: for offers. :: i '
"Wolgast is limping a trine irora
tlie i injury in hisl'groinf said Jones,
"but that will , not bother him, and he
could step into the ring inside of two
weeks. ' The best offer is1 tne one mat
will' get lhis services. And when it
comes to another match, we will bet
the bank roll; whether his opponent
is Rivers ror Ritchie or any other man
who can maire jsj pounua., wu
have a Itp'.OOO bet just as spin as the
match' iS'TOade."- -r ; k v
AUGUST SETS MARK
The Mid-Pacifib Magazine with ; the
August number becomes more thaif ever
a cred it 1 to Hawaii. -With the. August
issue; ' which is-out today,5 an. art sup
plement ' is added. In addition to . the
Illustrated articles there are ' Sixteen
pages of art 'pictures, printed on spe
cial paper: with double tone ink. These,
pictures, all page-size, are- almost an
exact reproduction of sepia. . phOto
eranhs' of various Island and Pacific
scene. '; They are well Worth cutting
out for framing or for sending away
as promotion work. .
tiip hSirh standard of articles and il
lustrations in the body. of the magazme
!s maintained.- F. J. Louriet and Wade
Warren Thayer ' contributing South Sea
fictional stories in addition to xne reg
nl:ir lescrintive articles.
Tho AiiB-iist number of the Mid-Pa-
clftc : marks an advance in magazine
work in Hawaii, and the conductor has
received many deserved compliments
on the issue. ? y.-l ;
. BANKING IN HIL0
The First Bank of Hilo on June 30
had deposits, of $1,285,096, an increase
of more than $397,000 over the -same
date last year. It had outstanding
loans of $957,018, heing an increase of
Tht TT-irsr Trust Co. of Hilo had
loans amounting to $71,468, a gain of
$33,318 for the year; also trust anu
acencv accounts of $29,713, an in
crease of over $20,000.- ;
BAND CONCERT. .
Thl Hawaiian band will give a
hnlilin concert this Monday evening at
Emma Square at seven-thirty.
March True Blue . . .... . ...
Overture French Comedy .,. -.Bela
Waltz -Heavenly Breezes ; Meisler
Selection Reminiscences of. Kossini
.. .............. lioflirey
Vocal Hawaiian Songs, composed
by H. M. Queen IiliuGkai.aui. ar-
ranged by .... . Bee1
Selection Dollar Princess ... v'. - Fall
Waltz Artist Life . . . : ... .. .Strauss
Finale Comrades .UncKe
The Star Spangled Banner.
The Hawaiian hand will play this
Monday afternoon at the departure of
the steamer Shinyo Maru.
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ax opex secket. '
Many ask the reason for the contin
ued and increasing demand for Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. The secret is that it never
fails 'to give relief. The nrfddle-aged
rapn of todav remember it as the rem
edy; given them by their mothers for
cramp cone ana uyseuiery wneu nn-j
were children and its reputation as a
positive cure for such ailments is. still
maintained. No remedy has ever been
produced that is its equal -for the
prompt relief of pain. For sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Litd.,
agehts for Hawaii.
Is a large sum of money, and is
difficult to accumulate, v j
Did you ever consider the fact '
that the sum must begin with f
ONE-DOLLAR? , j
ONE DOLLAR -starts a Saving
Account in our Dank. . it
Interest paid on all deposits.
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v ! i i ' ?. laarine
123 Fort Street
If Honolnlu k were again swept
J conibgratlon, conld - you
" ocollect joarjlristtraifcel
: '. '' " ;" 'I' ' " ' .
' ESTABL1 SHED? t. !j
represent tlie the largest and .
. .slronjrest iireinsUtauce coniua-
,'iiles In the world, a :.; s t.t; '
Lowest Rates4 -
rhe B. F. Dillingham Co.
? General Agent for Hawaii j : j
: .. '. ; ' : v . :U T .-r-::
AtLis Assurance Company of London.
New;Tork Underwriters' Agency ,
Pro vldenee Washington Insurance . Co.
1th FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDG.
More Than a Million
' Report of the Insurance Commis
sioner, shows thatmore than a million
dollars" net is sent 'out-annually from
this territory. 4 ' 4
- :;:;;: ;V;, -V:"l-..-: ' V.
Home Insurance Co.
' Why not patronize ; '
and keep some of this money here?
O'Neill Building Cor. Fort and King
5 850 Lot : 55x52.5 o Beretania St., nr.
I,nnchboi. ' :
$2750 1.6 acres on old Palolo RT. with
2-UtlrocMft house. Many fruit
.. trees. :yyy':-;: vV':'---v - :- ',-';:7
$2500 Thrte Houses and Lot, 471 8 sq.
it., on Vineyar.l St.. near, River.
$ 400 Lot 50x100 at Puunuirnear car
':"""' ."' line, v.:: v : , -yy
$2250 Lot 17x67. with house, on Ll
holiho .St., near Makiki Fire
Station. ' : 'y -
Lota on Tort St. above bridge at ISc
to 20c per si. .ft. . .. ;
P. E. R. STRAUCH,
Waity Building " 74; S. King Street
RE A L ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Btangenwald Building 'r ?
Ui W I'M
Geary Street, above Union Square
: European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan3.00 a day up j
New- steel and brick ' Structure. !
Every comfort . and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of thtarre and ;
retail district. Oa car lines trans-
i erring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
s Hawaiian Island Headiiuarters.
Cable Address -Trawets 'AcC code. ,
JJI. Love. Honolulu representative, i
s,w Fn;:;Gisto "ss."'
Reinforced Concrete Building. 223 Rooms, 2t first
Class eating houses within I block. Rates SI, 11.50
to $4.00 per day. F. L 4 K W. Turpln. Praps. 4 Mars-
has the patronage of the
, people who know what a
good hotel should be from
point of cuisine and service.'-
Emma' St Above Vineyard
i TAKE TH E, CHILDREN TO
FOR AN OUTING OF A WEEK
OR FOR THE SEASON
, f Trajns to , the . cloor
Quiet and Refined
.. . -
Large, Cool Outside Rooms;
Private Sleeping Verandas;
v Phones in all rooms; Artesian
Plunge; Night and Day Ten
nis. FREE Garage. " f
' Four Acres Beautiful
Tropical Gardens .
.Special Rates by the Month
Home was never like this
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trade Solicited
. ! GOOD MEALS
C. W. SPITZ - Proprietor
KILAUEA, HAWAII.' ' '
SpecLil Terms for Summer Months.
T. A. SIMPSON, Manager.
FURNISHED COTTAGES.. $1.50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS.. 75c, $12 Month
PETER GIBB, Proprietor
Now Open Phono 2336
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
NEXT SUNDAY 1
Says the Wise Bather
CICAlt OW te
M. A. GUNST & CO. . Agents
,1 ..fil (
AU tUltlax tatatni ci i
Order ar cordially Intlttl Uv
attend J5aiini cf local 1JX v ;
IOXOLCLU LODGE, 16, 1L l O. E.
10 Honolulu Lex! go :.o. 616,
vvy j o. P. 'O. Bl'ia, meeti la
s - VA- their hall, oa King St.,
J'- near Fort, every IriJay
7 V ' evening. Visiting Broth-
' ers are cordially Invited
J to attend.
A. n MURPHY, n R.
H. DUNSiinn. Sec. -
Ilrct cn t!:tJ
:7::J V. II.
: I m i
JUUL ? i-i . cUtlansc
lie KI X LE Y L0 D G E, X 0. 8 " l
k. of r. ; ' ;
VTV n,t JK C ,,
.? - it:t3 evcijr uiiu .! l.ui-
V :7 K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort a.l
Hereunto.-. Visiting troU.or3
cordially Invited to attenj.
r JL V. Gi:ii i Z, C. C.
' ' F. F. KILBCY. K. IL b.
nOXOLULC AEIIIE 113, F. Q. l
'-j . Meet3 on second and fourth
:'X Wednesday evening cf each
month at 7:20 o'cloCiC, li
y ' K. of P..' Hall, joiner Fcrt
ana Bcretanla. Visiting brothers ara
Invited to attend.
WM, JONES. W. P.
;. J. W. ASCII, Secy.
OAHU LODGE 2i"0. 1, II. cf P.
Meets every first asd th'.r 1 "
i 7 q day at 7 : C !) o'c! ock. Pi
liau, corner litreia.a i
Fort streets. VI;ll23 brothe.
cordially, Invited to attnl
.. A. HAWKINS, C. C.
' O. HULN'L'. K. of II. c S.
HAWAIIAN TT.IDE X0. 1, 1. O. 11. Z:.
S -Meets every first' and thiri
- Tuesday of each month in
S X Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. V.
building. Vir-jlting broth ?r.j
' V' .k cordially Invited to attcni.
( HENRY A. ASCII, facLeis.
LOUIS A. PERRY, C. of R.
II0X0LULU LODGE'XO. 05,
t Jj 0. 0.
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Fr' 'ay
avening at . 7:30 o'clock. Jt
. Visiting brothers .cordially J
'o attend. -
. AMBROSE 2. .WIRT2, Dictator.
E. A. , JACOBSON", Secretary.
Boston. Clock, Second Floor
HIGH - CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables 'Block
MRS. E.:E.lPAVIS. Proprietor
CAGE & KNOX '
1 MILTON & PARSONS
Teleohone 3083 1112 Fort St.
BEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
- Are Always Found at the
I..- :w. hv S. S. Sierra, trie
very latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS; also ONE - P'CE
LINEN DRESSES and- LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU STREET
JJp to-data Millinery and Wen's IU