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HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1IX, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1012.
y . ' " " " . " ' ,
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
riHST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING
:f TCR MS IN THC CITY AND COUN
TY OF HONOLULU.
Timr.ITOIlV OF HAWAII. by Mar-
r CamjlU, Sitrlnter.dent of
; I'ubile Vrfcs, Plaintiff and Jetitlon
r, vp. COO WAN HOY ET AL , De
lenaants and lienoB Jerit. Eminent
". Imaln. 1 ; :" : . -
y. term summons.
. Tin: teiuutory or Hawaii:
To the HUiXI SHERIFF of the TETt
UlTonY.Or HAWAII, or his Dep
uty; t n S II El t I KF of t he CIT Y A N D
OjUNTV OF HONOLULU, or hi
YOU Alii! 'COMMANDED to nun
mon UOO WAN HOY;' H.VOCH JOHN
SON; KAMAKA STILLMAN; UOSE
MtlNEUNY. wife of II A. Mclnerny;
E. A. Mel.N'EKNY. CARL ONTAI;
;i:oR(;ed. RomxsoN; oeoroe
T. IiOUINSaN"; J. A. MAGOON; LI
LIKALANI; THOMAS LALAKEA;
ROSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN
KWAU Kill; "W)N(3 LKONG; HAR
RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE 1JENEVO-
,JUXZT& nKTY, a corporation; W.
I O. .SMITH. H. M. DAMON. E. FAXON
J JSlSf Hil. ALRERT F. JUDD and AL
FRED W. OARTF.lt. Trustees under
1 Mill ..rwl jif 1Ua V:it. tit WtTTCM
l:juaM Eivhop, dtceaHt-d; JOHN DOE,
MARY ROE, JANE IJLUE and JOHN
I LACE, unknown owners and clalm
aiilx. drfendants fmd respondents, in
c:i- th-y hall file written answer
within twenty days after service here
of, t b and appear ltfore the ald
Circuit Court at the term thereof
p'tnlins Immediately after thf .expira
tion of twenty elays afte-r service here
of; provided, however. If no term )jv
pVndinfj at such time, then to be and
appear before the Bald Circuit , Court
ol l!io next Kucceedlog ternV thereof,
lo wit. the January, 1913, Term there -'
or, lo lo holden at the City and County
of .Honolulu on Monday, the 15th day
of January next, at 19 o'clock a. m. to
hovv jiUfe 'why the :lalm of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, plaintiff, should not
he awarded to It pursuant to the tenor
of itK annexed Petition. And have you
.then there this Writ, with full return
of your proceedings thereon.
WITNESS the Honorable Presiding
Jud;;e of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid, this 16th
day of February, 1912.
(Seal) (Sgel.) J. A. DOMINIS,
Territory of Hawaii. ).
City and County of ) as.
I, J. A. DOMINIS,: Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial Cir
cuit. Terr. tory of Hawaii; do nereDy
certify that the foregoing Is a full, true
and correct copy of the original sum
mons In the case of Territory of Ha
waii, by Marston Campbell, Superln
trndent of labile Works, vs. Goo Wan
Hoy ct al., as the wne appears of rec
ord and on file In the office of the Clerk
-c- Bald Court.
I further certify that the petition
prays the condemnation for use as a
public highway of the followlng-de-Keribed
hind, situate' In the City and
County of Huiululu,; Territory of Ha
waii, to fit: ; ,
lleglnninir 'nt a point In the south
west prCpcrty line of Kuaklnl Street,
which point Is Azimuth 3)8 4C' C77.20
feet from the line between the Gov
ernment Street Survey Monument on
Llllha Street nt the northeast corner
of School Street: and the monument
above Kuaklnl Street, opposite Kuna
' wnl l.ane, which survey line Is seven
teen feet (17) offstt from the new
southeast property line of Llllha Street,
thence running by true azimuth and
distances as follows: 1 :
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 SS' HLG3 feet d Irect bearing
and distance; thence ;
S..3S-'.09' 120.02 feet In a straight
j , line to a point thence: In a curv
ed J)ne to ti e right, having, a
radius of 875.0 feet;
4. 44 29' 192.04 feet direct bearing
v and distance; thence p
C. f.0: 49' 131.47 feet to" a point In
the. northeast property line of
School Street, which point Is
azimuth 322:. ZW 7C8.5 fet
from the government street sur
vey line on Llllha Street; thence
C .122 y &0.0 feet along the north
east property line of School
Street and across Frog Lane to
a pint;' thence
7. 230 49' 133.0 feet In a straight line
to a point; thence in a curved
line to the left, having a radius
of 923.0 feet;
8. 224 29' 204.07 feet direct bearing
and distance; thence
9. 218 .09' 120.02 feet In a straight
line to a point; thence In a curv
ed line to the right having a ra
dins of 870.0 feet;
10.. 222 29V3' 136.77 feet direct bear
ing and ellstance; thence
227 10' 542.9 feet In a straight
line to a point in the sduthwest
, . property line of Kuaklnl Street;
12. 12S 45' 50.0 feet along the south
west property line of Kuaklnl
Street to the point of beginning.
Containing an area of 56,787.6 square
feet. ' - ".
All persons having an Interest In
the land sought to be condemned are
..reby warned tht unless they appear
t said Court on or before Atrgust 5,
t"12. they will be forever barreel from
contesting said petition or any Judg
ment entereel thereon.
. IN WITNESS ; "WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said Circuit Court, this 11th day
of April, 1912.
(Seal) - - J. A. DOMINIS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First
Alexander Llndray. Jr., Attorney Gen
irol. and E. W. Sutton, Deputy Attor
ney General, attorneys for petitioner.
5279 July i to 31
' 4i,fr. In 1n Tirtntlnf lttiA nt
tr-nullf tin,. Aiakea sirm; oraucu.
it Ktrrct. '
RESOLUTION NO. 631.
RE IT RESOLVED by the Hoard of
Supervi.-or ef tl.j City and County of
HorieluIu, Te-rrltory of Hawaii, that
the- sum of THREE THOUSAND
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
IX iLA RS ( -''.7S0.00 be and is hereby
appropriated out of the General Fund
of the Tre-asury of the City and County
of Honolulu' fer the Maintenance of
Road. Honolulu Dl?trlct (Purchase
of Steam Roller). f
Iiitrexluct-d by '
S. C. D WIGHT,
Date of Introduction: July 22, 1912.
At a regular adjourned meeting of
the' lar.l of Supe rviyers of the (7ity
and County of Honolulu held on Mon
day. July 22. 1912, the foregoing Reso
lution was passed on First Reading
on the following vote ef the said Hoard,
and rdered to print: !
Aye Amana, Arnejld. Dvvight. Kru
ger. Low. McClfilan. Murray. Total, 7.
Noes' Noiif. ,.4 .:';-. .
: E. RUFFANDEAU,
IVputy City and County Clerk.1
Stfaled Tenders will be received by
the Loan Fund Commission of the City
and County of Honolulu, at Its "office,
I!eom 61. Alexander Yemng Building,
up to 12 ecloek nemn, Saturdaj. July
27, 1912. for furnishing srhoolroom
-liiipmcnt. : '. I'
Specifications are on file In the of
fice of the, Loan Fund Commission.
Room 61, Alexander Young Building.
..Each tender shall" be accompanied
by a certified check or certificate of
depeslt payable to Andrew Adams.
Chairman, on a bank doing business
within the Territory of Hawaii, for a
sum eejuivalent to live per cent. (5)
of tho amount of the bid.
The Cemimisslon reserves the right
to reject any or all. bids. .
Chairman. Loan Fund 'Commission,
City and County of Honolulu. ,
Honolulu, July 16. 1912. : 5289-10t
Sealeel Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Wcrks up
until 12 noon of Saturday, July 27,
1912, for the construction-of a Rein
forced Concrete Septic Tank and Five
Inch Cost Iron Sewer for the Girls
Industrial School. Mollilll, Honolulu.
rians, revised . specifications - and
blank, forms of tender are on file in
the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works. Capitol Building.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
tenders. : '' ';
- ' MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public W'orks.
Honolulu, July 16, 1912.
- ' : 5289-10t
SEALED TENDERS will be received
at the Olfice of the City and County
Clerk, Room 8, Mclntyre Building, un
til 7:30 "p.' hr,' on the 29lh day' of July,
1912," for .furnishing all labor and ma
terial necessary to re-tlmber and re
floor a part of the Queen street bridge
over the Nuuanu Stream. Area. to be
covered, about 10,710 square feet.
Plans, specifications and blank forrns
of proposal may be had upon applica
tion and a deposit of Five (X5.00) Dol
lars at the City and County Clerk's
The Board ' of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any or all bids and
to waive all defects.
D. KALAUAKALANI JR.,
528S-10t , City and County Clerk.
Sealed Tenders ; will be received by
the Board 'of Harbor Commissioners
up until 2 p. m. of, Wednesday, Au
gust 7, 1912. for the construction of a
sidewalk' in front of the Alakea street
slip aind Richards street wharf, Hono
lulu. Specifications and blank forms of
tender are on file' In the office of the
Department of Public Works, Capitol
The Boards of Harbor Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any or all
tenders. : ' .-- ' '-'' "
- MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Chairman, Board, of Harbor Commls
sloners. . '.' . I " '
. Honolulu. July" 22, 1912. 5294-10t
RESOLUTION NO. 687.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of
Supervisors of the City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the ... sum of Six Hundred Dollars
($600.80) be and the same Is hereby
appropriated out of the General , Fund
of the Treasury of the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu for an account known
as "Maintenance of Roads, Honolulu
District ' (Purchase of one automobile
fer Road Overseer)."
Introduced by ;
S. C. D WIGHT.
Honolulu, T. II.. July 16. 1912.
Approved this 23th day of July, A D.
. EBEN P. LOW.
- ; 5297-3t ; '.! -.
RESOLUTION NO. 685.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of
Supervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Two Thousand and Twenty
nine Dollars and Fifty Cents ($2,
029.50) be and the same is hereby ap
propriated out of the General .Fund of
the Treasury of the City and County
of Honolulu for an account to be
known as Purchase of Band Instru
ments. Introduced by -
WM. H. McCLELLAN.
Date of Introduction: July 16. 1912.
Approved this 2Sth elay of July, A.
. ' EBEN P. LOW.
5297-Ct Presiding Officer.
SALE OF A GENERAL LEASE OF
THE GRAZING LANDS OF NANA.
KULL VYALANAE,. OAHU.
AtM2 ocleck nejon. Saturday, Au
gust 24, 1912. at the front door to the
ap!tol, Honolulu; there will be s-old
at public auction, undt-r Part V. of the
Land Act of 133, Sections 27S-2S5 in
e,lulve. Revisexl Law of Hawaii, a
general lease of the grazing lands of
Nanakull, Walanae, Oahu. containing
aa area of 2350 acres, more or less.
L'pet rental, $750 per annum; pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Term of lease, 13 years from Sep
tember 1, 1912.
ThLs Kuw will contain conditions re
garding the termination of the lease
after ten years, construction of fences,
development of Water, the cutting of
algaroba trees on certain areas, and
certain other conditions.
The purchaser shall pay the cost of
advertising. .--'.: '-".:
Reservation regarding land required
for agricultural, homestead, reclama
tion, settlement or public purpejses will
le..tmboelled In this lease.
Persons desiring to object because
these lands should be homesteaded or
otherwise, are requested to present
such objection to the Board of Puldic
Iinds, In person or In writing, on or
lefore Wednesday, August 14, 1912.
For maps and further particulars,
apply at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands.
JOSHUA D TUCKER.
Commissioner of Public Iands.
Dated at Honolulu, July 18, 1912.
"?: 5292 July 19. 26; Aug 2, 9, 16, 23
NOTICE Or INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
Under power of sale contained In a
mortgage dated. August 1, 1906, made
by Mary C. Carnara of Honolulu, Oabu,
T. H to BLshop & . Company of said
Honolulu,. recoreled In the Register Of
fice, Oahu. in Liber 295, x. 342, which
inertgage was by them assigned to
Chlng Kong Sun of said Honolulu on
March 21, 1912, and by him assigned
to the undersigned on March 30, 1912;
Notice- is hereby given that the un
dersigned, L.ee Chu, Intends to fore
close said mortgage for conditions
broken, Jo wit: non-payment of prin
cipal and Interest when due.
Notice Is likewise given that the land
covered ; by the said mortgage .will be
sold at public auction at the auction
rooms of James F. Morgan Company,
Kaahumanu, street. Honolulu, City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, ,on Saturday, the 3rd day of Au
gust, 1912", ;at 12 o'clock" noon of said
da j'. Terms: Cash, U. S. gold , coin;
deed at the expense of the purchaser
to be prepared by the attorney for the
assignee of . mortgage. -
Honolulu, T. H., July 12. 1912.
' - LEE CHU,
' Assignee of Mortgage.
The property coverea by said mort
gage, and to be sold as aforesaid, con
sists of all the lands described as fol
lows: :. ' , :.'; ;
First All ; those certain pieces or
parcels of land situate on the'mauka
side of Young street, In Honolulu afore
said, and known as Lots M" and "N,"
and described as follows;
Lot M Beginning at a point on the
mauka side of Young street, distant
548.6 feet from the North angle of Ke
eaumoku,and Young streets, thence
running by true bearings:
N 21- 12' E. 146,9 feet along Lot N; ,
NC8 48' W. 50 feet along Left A;
S.. 21 12'. W. 146.9 feet along Lot 220;
S. 68 48' E. 50 feet along Y'oung street
to Initial point
Area, 7345 sq. ft. -
,Lot N Beginning at a .point on the
mauka side of Young street 504.6 feet
from North angle of Young and Kee
aumoku streets, thence running by true
bearings: . :. '"
N. 21 12' E. 146.9 feet along Lot O;
N. 68 4S' W. 44 feet along Lot B:
S. 21 12' W. 146.9 feet along Lot B;
S. 68 48' E. 44 feet along Young street
; to initial point.
Area, 6463.6 sq. ft.
Second Thot piece of land, contain
ing an area of 6845 square feet or
thereabouts, situate on the makai side
of Beretanla street between Keeau
moku and Piikol streets, and compris
ing Lot "B'. of" the land described In
Royal Patent grant 3452 to said, John
M. Vivas, and all the land described in
deed of James Berry to Mary C. Ca
rnara, dated June 25, 1900. and recorded
In Liber 171 , page 4 9, said Registry.
For further particulars apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage.
: 52S6 July 12, 19, 26
WHEN YOU WANT
Vire Voven Fence
The Man to Set Is
J. C. AXTELL - ALAKEA STREET
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or
,: . tVrite
E. C. DRAKE'S ADVERTISING
124 Sansome Street San Francisco
"Jinx's daughter bids fair to become
"Yes, I was visiting there last!
night, and I told her she had her
mother's voice and her father's fea
tures, and she asked me if I thought
suicide a sin." ': :
Its' usually the fool who rocks the
boat that lives to tell the tale.
The uses of a mother-in-law are too
often less than her abuses.
Trying to be a Christian on the in
' stallment plan is a waste of time.
It takes a woman to cry over her In-
ability to find something to laugh at
no. 226. territory' of ha wail
court of land registration.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to T. II.
GIBSON; II. W. RIETOW; ED
WARD P. CHAPIN; HAWAIIAN 5
TRUST. COMPANY. LI M1TED,
Trustee under the Will of J. A-
Colbron, deceased; L. C. ABLES;
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by Alex
ander Lindsay. Jr.. Attorney Gen
eral, and Marsston Campbell. Super
intendent of Public Works; . CITY
AND COUNTY. OF HONOLULU, by
Joeph J. Fern as Mayor and Pres
ident of the Board of Supervisors;
EMILY C. JUDD: JULIA JUDD
SWANZY; HELEN JUDD FAR- lacklowledged bv his physicians that
LEY; EMILY PA UAHI JUDD; he is on his death bed. His condi
CHARLES H. JUDD. JR.; MADGE iion throughout the day was serious,
B. WARING; WIFE of JAMES although the bulletins Issued report
W ALDVOGEL and FREDERICK ed that toward evening he had slight
WAI4VOGEU care of Holmes, ly. improved. His temieratnre wa3
Stanley & Olsen; and to ALL whom
It may concern:
WHEREAS, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by ALEXANDER
A. HOBSON to register and confirm
his title In the following-described
BeKlnnlng at an Iron bolt at the
North corner of this lot and the South
corner of- Makiki and Hastings streets;
said pointyeing by true, azimuth and
distance 4 J 33' 50.2 feet from a monu
ment (a pipe filled with concrete) at
the Kiikt corner of Makiki and Hast-
ings streets, and the co-ordinates of:
said point of beginning referred to
Government Survey Trlangulatlon Sta-
Hon known as "Makiki" are 1692.4 feet
South and 2.4 feet West, and running
by true azimuths: .
1. ,317 57' 112.43 feet along Southeast
side Of Hastings street, to a gal-
vanized spike In fence;
44. 33' 71.53 feet along lot 72 to an
138 16' 111.30 feet along land de
scribed in Court of Land Regis
tration, Petition No. , 46, . to an
Iron bolt; .
223 35' 71.00 feet along the South-
: oast side of Makiki street to the
point of beginning.'
Area, 7952 squared feet.
Being part of L. C. A. No. 8241, sec
tion 2, apana 2 to John II, and known
as lot 73 of the Anapuni Subdivision.
Y'ou are' hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to be
held at the City and County of Hono
lulu on the 30th day of August, A. D.
1912, at two o'clock in the afternoon,
to show cause. If any you have,; why
the prayer of said petition should not
be granted. And unless you appear at
said Court at the time and place afore
said 5'our default will be recefried, and
the said petition "will be taken as con
fessed, and you will be f oVever barred
from contesting said petition or any
decree entered thereon. "
AVitness the Honorable W. L. WHIT
NEY", Judge of said Court, 5 this 3rd day
of July, In the year nineteen hundred
and twelve. V ! '' Vs "' . -' - ; '
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal) JOHN MARCALLINO, :
: ' 'Registrar.
5281 July 5, 12 19, 26 v
No. 227. TERRITORY OF ' HAW All.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF ' HAWAII.' to OAHU
COUNTRY CLUB; EDWARD H.W.
BROADBENT; THE '! WESTERN
AND HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT
CO., LTD.; : TERRITORY OF HA
WAII, by Alexander Lindsay, Jr., At
torney General, and Marst on Camp
bell, Superintendent of Public Works;
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONO
LULU, by Joseph J. Fern, as Mayor
and President of the Board of Su
pervisors; WILLIAM C. ACHI, and
to ALL whom It may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to .said Court by FANNY
MARKHAM STRAUCH to register and
confirm her title in the following-described;
land: ::'.::' .;' o:'.'.'' ' : '
Being portion : of Lot 24, Block 4,
Puunui Tract. ' - ' 1 '
Being a portion of Grant 3050 to II.
A. Widemann, Puunui, Nuuanu Val
ley, Kona, Oahu, T. Hv
Beginning, at a 1" galvanized Iron
pipe, at the South corner of this lot,
on the Northwest side of Puunui Ave
nue,' the. true azimuth and distance to
an iron pin marking the North corner
of Land Court Petition No. 205 being
335 46' 51.48 feet, and the co-ordinates
of said point of beginning referred to
Government Survey Trlangulatlon Sta
tion "Wyllie" being 937.49 feet North
and 2612.88 feet East; and running by
true azimuths: .
1. 142 05' 200.0 feet along fence along
' remainder of Lot 24 to a galvan
ized Iron pipe; r ' . ;
2. 232 00' 81.35 feet along the South
east side of Rooke Avenue;
3. 345 59' 82.2 feet along Land Court
Petition No. 188 to a marked
on stone, the true azimuth ,o
-Wyllie". .N being 67 32' and to
331 26' SS.4 feet along Land Court
Petition No. 188 to a rock mark-
. ed 1 ' ' "" .' ' "
318 31 37.77 feet along same ;
52 00' 36.05 feet along the North
west s Ide of Puunui Avenue to
the point of beginning and con
, taining an area of 9737 square
- :feet '- . ".:': . -..
You are hereby cited to appear at
th6 Court of Land Registration, to be
held at the City and County of Hono
lulu on the 6th day of August. A. D.
1912, at two o'clock in the afternoon,
to show cause, if any you have, why
the prayer of said petition should not
I be granted. And unless you appear at
said Court at the time and place afore
said your default will be recorded, and
the said petition will be taken as con
fessed, and you will be .forever barred
from contesting said; petition or. any jvaiuaDie ior me i-umyiae fniCl ui m
decree entered thereon. ; ; digestion and dyspepsia.
Witness the Honorable WILLIAM iJ We are 60 certainof this that we
WHITNEY, Judge of said Court, this
12th day of July, in the year nineteen
hundred and twelve .
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal.) JOHN MARCALLINO.
'",;': Registrar.. '
5286 July 12. 18. 26: Aug 2
A woman's ; Complexion can always
be adapted to any color-scheme.
TOKIO, July 23.tThe Emperor Is
jlnVfnp' fact and ft hn Tn nfflrlsillv
; 37.6 with pulse 100. Respiration was
irregular, averaging 30 to the miun
fte. ..' -' ' :..:-:.-:'':
Last night the strength of the sick
ruler was completely exhausted aud
te appeared to be approaching hU
last hour. '
SIX WINNING STATES
OYSTER LAY, July 26. Progres
sive leaders, here in consultation
with Colonel Roosevelt, plan to cap
ture the electoral vote of six States
by securing control of the regular Re-
? publican organizations and having
j Roosevelt electors placed in regular
nomination. The States In which it
j is thought there need be no third
party organized to oppose the regular
J parties are Kansas, Minnesota, Souh
I Dakota, Idaho, California and Wash-
TO CHINA IS DEAD
LOND0N, July 23. Rev. Griffith
John,' D.j D., the famou? njissionary,
died here today. Mr. John was one
of the leaders of mission work in
China, having gone to Shanghai in
18o3 and having lived practically
ever since In the mission field in Cen
tral China. He founded more than
a hundred missionary stations In Hu
peh and Honan Provinces and estab
lished scores of churches. ' lie 'made
the first complete translation of the
New Testament Into Chinese, in both
the mandarin dialect -and classical
styles and has been at work for sev
eral years on a translation of the Old
Testament which he had hoped to live
to complete. . '
Mr. John began to preach when
only fourteen years old, his first ser
mon . having been delivered in Welsh.
DEMOCRATIC SENATOR ;. '.
WANTS TWO BATTLESHIPS
WAS15INGTON,. July 23. Repre
sentative Sulzer, on the floor of the
House today, renewed his fight with
his brother Democrats for a favor
able vote on the two-battleship pro
gram. -Mr. Sulzer . refuses to be
bound ' by the action of the Demo
cratic caucus in adopting a policy of
only, one battleship- a year, casing
the decision on the grounds , of econ
omy. .;. ' :; -',' ' --
WOOL TARIFF DOWNWARD
WASHINGTON, July 23. The Dem
ocrats combining with the Progres
sives today passed the measure re
vising the tariff on wool downward,
the vote being forty-seven to twenty.
FIRED BY M'VEAGH
WASHINGTON, July 25. Secre
tary MeVeagh of the Treasury De
pment today summarily dismissed
Collector Thompson for offensive par
tisanship in the political fight In Ala
bama. Mr!4' Thompson Is an ardent
follower of Theodore Roosevelt, who
originated the rule that federal of
ficials must not take part in politics
except at the risk of their positions.
MELBOURNE, Australia, July 23.
Ex-Governor Richards of Wyoming,
who came here at the head of a party
of American . homeseekers, died to
A LIBERAL OFFER
We Gnnrantee lo Relieve Dyspepsia.
If lVe Fall the Medicine Costs
To unquestionably prove to the
people that indigestion and dyspepsia
can be permanently relieved and that
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring
about this result, we will furnish the
medicine absolutely free if it fails to
give satisfaction to, any one using it. ?
Tlik ramarlralilfl eiirrpJ nf Rprnll
n : tci
. r . A . ... . .
. fnrfnill!1 tn thp
care exercised in their- manufacture,
whereby the well-known properties of
Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin have
been combined with Carminatives and
other agents. :
Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin are
constantly employed and recognized
by the entire medical profession as in
valuable In the treatment of indiges
tion and dyspepsia. . :
The Pepsin used in Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets Is carefully prepared so as
to develop its greatest efficiency. Pei
sin supplies to the digestive apparatus
one of the most important elements
J of the digestive fluid. Without it the
digestion and assimilation pt food are
The Carminatives possess proper
ties which aid' in relieving the dis
turbances and pain caused by undi
gested food; This combination of
these ingredients makes a remedy in-
urge you to try itexau uyspepsu
Tablets on our own personal guaran
tee. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents,
and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain
Rexall Remedies only at our store
The Rexall Store. Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., Fort and Hotel streets.
Many a man's bad luck is due to frc.
fact that he has neither inherited
ability nor acquired industry.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
; American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and trick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. Oa car lines trans
ferring to aH parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets alt trains and
: steamers. Hotel Stewart recoguhed
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address Trawets"A EC code.
JJI. Love. Honolulu representative.
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Reinforced CoucreU Ej;::.'.3. 123 Tjomj. 21 Cnl
cUss eating houses within 1 block. E-Us SL tl.SU
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the addition
of two more bungalows
beautifully furnished. They
are now ready for occu
pancy. LIISS JOHUSOn,
Emma, Above Vineyard
C1VE THE CHILDREN A CIIANpE
TO GET STRONG
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, IS GOOD MEDICINE
.. . Quiet and Refined
Large, Cool Outside Rooms; '
Private Slsspinj Verandas; :
Phones in alt rooms; Artesian
Plunge; Night and Day Ten-
'nts. FREC Garast? ' ,
Four Acres Beautiful
Special Rates, by the T.Ionth
Home was never W12 thl
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
on Kauai -Tourist
GOOD MEALS :
C. W. SPITZ - Proprietor
Special - Terms for Sammer Months.
T. A. SIMPSON, Manager. -
""'' ' . " - '
"T Waikiki Beach Resort
FURNISHED CQTTAGES..$1X0 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS. .75c, $1? Month
PETER G1BB, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 2335
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
CIGAR NOW e.
U. A. GUNST & CO. AgentS
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AH visiting memlx-r of 'the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local bnlt .
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Honolulu Ix)d No. C
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their hall, oa KJ: T i
near Fort, every I'rS :
evening." VUitiEj Lr-l
era are cordially iuvl.
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Meets on gecc::! r." I U
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Fort street, near Kin t. ev::7
evenlcs at 7:0 o'clcc!:.
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MRS. E. E. DA VI 3. Prc-riit;r
GAGE &. KNOX
MILTON & PARSONS
Telephone SCC3 .1112 Fort Zt
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