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HONOLULU STAR-BULLED IX, MONDAY, AUG. 5,4912.
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F. C. Atherton,
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Self'Startene mna " :i ;
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Ceo. C. Cecliley; .
Phone S003 . ' -SoU Distribiitor
Second Floor of the
:.Pw-WiJ Leaden; ia v vK:
-the Automolnle' Business
- Agents for such : well-kijown . cars
as rackard,1 ropeHartford,tbteven
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Buick; Overland,-Baker-Oettric and
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ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.; vt
JSCHUMAN' CARRIAGE CO.
-' Merchant Street "
' For the BEST RENT CARS in the
city, ring tip'for
blloSMOBILE Noi 403
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HEH N';" ;
t..r. -i- 'v-.- -"-ill
V Use PREST-O-LITE TANK
onydur AutonioblTeTand kv
.1 Generator. Trouble. j ; - . - -
Acetylene Light and
t Agency ,Co.,)Ltdi
ALL WE ASK'IS A TRIAJL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 KapioUni' Building
T:-" AUTO M OBI LISTS I ,NOTICEI
We make a specialty of recharging
your storage battery carefully by im
proved non -overcharging Kystem. 'which
, insures long life to your Jbattery.
n 'We also repair and .make plates of
anylcihd of storage cell to order.
Call or telephone 2914.
Berger Electric Works, 70 N. School St
. AND REAL ESTATE
O L I V E R Q. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca
ulpa rubber; Purissima Hills Oil stock;
, ; , W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Cat,
.-Tor nt-TTs and the truth about It all
IN TIIE CinCUIT COURT OF THIS
First Circuit, TeiTitory of Hawaii.
At Cliambers. In lYobate. In the mat
ter of the Estate of Ehvard I Like,
Det:;asel. On reading: and tiling the
Petition of Lydia K. Like, widow of
FkJward U Like of Hoholulu, alleging
that Edward L- Like of Honolulu died
intestate at Honolulu on the 11th day
or June, . I) .1912, leaving property
within the jurisdiction of this Court
necessary to be administered upon, and
praying that letters of Administration
Issue to The First Trust Company of
Hilo. Limited; It l. Ordered, that Wed
nesday, the 21st day of August, A. D.
1512. at J o'clock a. rn., be and hereby
la appointed for hearing said Petition
1n the courtroom of this Court in the
old Y. M. C. A, building in the City
and County of Honolulu, at which time
and place all persona concerned may
wppear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not be
fcranted. Dated, Honolulu, July 15,
1912. By the Court: J. A. DOMIMS.
Clerk, Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. (Seal.) Wade Warren Thayer
and W. S. Wise, attorneys for peti
tioner. 5288 July 17, 22. 29; Aug 5
Dr. J. II. FaTell, eyewear, nose and
throat specialist, has removed his of
flce from Itoom 308, "Boston Building,
to Rooms 9 and 10, Pantheon Building,
corner of Hotel and Fort, where lie
will be permanently located after Au
gust 2, 1912. ' - 5304-3t
Dr. J. J. Carey, dentist, has removed
his office from Room 307, Boston build
ing, to- Room 10, Pantheon building'
corner flotel and Fort streets.
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Kin and Soutn 8U.
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' W. W. WRIGHT A CO., LTD.
: Kellorjg & Dempsey
Auto, Motor and Carrlago Repairing
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Painting, Xrlmmrnfl, , -
; 't Saddle, and Driving
y.tH.; FOR" HIRE-U':'V-.C
v- . . RIGS OF ALL KINDS ; ,
X real l 52 1. Ku ku i : St.,' of Tel. 1109
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has the 'f best Home-Made Bread.
Uerman rretsels and Coffee Cake. Be
sure and ring up 2 1 24. ' '
4 .'r'-.r -. :..-7 ; -
1129 Fort Sireet
, CT The On Bes' Bread
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
SEE . ..
J. C. Axtel!,
Chemical Engines and
For Sale bj
J. A. GILMAN
OAHU FURNITURE CO,
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 Phone 092
Everything in Furniture
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STS.
5 Everything In the printing line at
Sbir.Ballclfn, Alakca Street: :braricV
'?ferrHPt street ":l -
xneans more than a tat
baby. It means laying the ;
foundation of a strong
sturdy constitution. -
Fat alone is not enough;,
there must be bone,
. muscle, brain and nerves.
t. i th Acme of perfection ft"
y Mother and Child.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. )
CITY AND COUNTY OF ) ss.
Robinson, Acting Secretary - and Cash
ier, each being duly sworn, depose and
say that they are respectively the
President "and Acting Secretary and
Cashier, the said M. P. Robinson act
ing In the place and during the ab
sence of L. T. Peck, the Cashier, from
tjie TeiTitory, of THE FIRST AMER
ICAN SAVINGS AND TRUST COM
PANY OF HAWAII. LIMITED, and
Chat the following schedule Is a Tull,
irue. and accurate stntpmpnt nf th
arrairs of said The First American
Savings and Trust Company of Ha
waii, Limited, to and f Including the
30th day of June, 1912, such schedule
being required by Section 2588 of the
Revised Laws of the Territory of Ha
waii. The, authorized capital of, the Com
pany is J200.000, divided. Into 2000
shares of $100 each. The number of
shares issued is 2000; sixty per cent.,
equal to $120,000r has been paid in,
leaving $80,000 subject to be called In.
The liabilities of the Company on.
tne first day of July, 1912, were as fol
Capital paid 'in... $120,000.00
Undivided Profits 21.882.30
The assets of the Company on the
first day of July, 1912, ; were as fol
lows: Bills .Receivable .......$611,872.36
Bonds ....... 253,995.00
Real Estate 33,011.25
Cash on hand and in
? ; $938,520.74 :,
. (Sig.)5CECIL BROWN,
. 7 y - M. :Py ROBINSON. :
Subscribed and sworn to before "trie
this 29th day of July, 1912. '
(Sig.X FRANK F. FERNANDES,
Notary; Public, First Judicial Circuit,
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i f I hereby certify the above to be a
true . and, correct copy of the original
schedule; filed'Jn the office of the TresJ
urer' of the Territory of Hawaii.
FRANK F. FERNANDES,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit,
T. tit 5300-lw
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent . bf Public . Woria
up to 12 m. of Tuesday, August 20,
1912: for ronKtriirtlnff- a YVntAr Rosr.
voir for the Honolulu Water Works
on Rocky Hill,-Honolulu. , . .
Plans, specifications and blank forms
of proposal are on file In the offlce vf
the Superintendent of Public Works.
The Superintendent of Public Wrorks
reserves the right to reject any and all
, MARSTON CAMPBELL,.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, July 31, 1912.
All property owners on the following-named
streets, to wit:
King street, from junction with Bere-
tania street toIoanalua;
Beretania street, from junction with
Fort street to baseball grounds;
Kalakaua avenue, from junction with
King street to Makee Island road;
are hereby notified and requested to
have all water, sewer and gas connec
tions made to their respective proper
ties before the starting of repairs to the
said named streets by the Road De
partment. Per order
J. W. CALDWELL,
Road Overseer, Honolulu District.
Sealed tenders will be received at the j
office of the Clerk of the City and
County of Honolulu up until 7:"0 p. m.
of Friday, August 9, 1912, for furnish
ing one 400-Gallon Asphalt Heating
Specifications and blank forms of
projKsal are on file n the office of City
and County Clerk.
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR..
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
BUY YOUR i
Pantheon Block Hotei Street
(5. M. MTNCAX
-8 Beretania St, opp. Boajl Hawaiian
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PERUVIAN SMALM TO
AMERICA: BRITAIN IS SLOW
Foreign Office Says U. S. Has
Best Chance of Getting
LONDON', Eng July 19.4-The atroc
ities committed "ithe Putumayo rub
ber district in Peru, which- universally
J have been characterized here as sur-
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passing m uurror anv nargea ta ine
rubber collectors of-th Congo, appar
ently will be kept In thse limelight un
til something is done "to punish the
' perpetrators and to bring about the
; asurance that there will be no repeti
Questions were launched, at the Brit
ish Foreign Office in the House of
Commons today, and from the replies
it was apparent that the Foreign Cfflc
expects to take a subordinate place to
the State Department atj Washington
ii: bringing Peru to bcoki
"It is clear, I think" aid Francis
D. Acland, Parliamentary jSecetary 'for
Foreign Afflalrs, "that the United
States has a better 'opportunity of get
ting things done than any oher dbv'
Aclacd also referred toTthe question
raised by the United States Govern
morvt ns tn mrhethpr Peru -Is a suitable
State to "have control of a districtlike
the Putumayo, or whether that Gov
ernment should not be forcibly dispos-
! sessed of It; and he promised that
"his majesty's Government will do
everything it possibly can to help any
action the United States may take."
One of the objects, the; under secre
tary added, of the BrltisK Foreign Of
fice in publishing the blue book on the
subject .was to influence: public opin
ion in the UnUe.d States, - and he
thought it would no, daiibt produce
' VERY PROMISING
Henry Clews,, in his special letter
of July 20, gives the following cheer
ful estimate of the business situation:
"The prfme factdr in bur business
situation atlbe moment js the splen-
aia crop outlook. Wheat has been
doing particularly well. ; The Tesult
has been "a"; ecltaej pf. about -17 " cents
per bushel during the past month, and
the outlook is for a yield of about
700,000,000 bushels, compared ; with
621,000,000 last year 4 provided t ho in
jury occurs -during the next ten days.
The 'Only crops .-of importance "con
cerning which there is any uncertain
ty arecom ,andcottont-;loth are late,
but have recovered tnuehjof the lost
ground,,, Their, present oiitlook is .for
a very large , yield, , but both crops
have a number of weeks . to run -Tte-
rore maturity. August tls usually ' a
mohth of '.deterioration f for both of
these crops, ' whose chief danger . Is
early frost. Fortunately, there Is am
ple margin ih present conditions to
secure !a full 'average yield if nothing
more than ordinary deterioration oc
curs. The' outlook ' agriculturally,
therefore, is eminently satisfactory;
and Once more the farmers who must
still be considered the backbone Of the
country are assured a profitable har
vest. !' ' :'
"Prices are still high for nearly, all
agricultural products, but that , must
be chiefly attributed to relative, scarc
ity. The United States f is much in
need of better results from the farm:
The last census shows that while. Our
population increased 20 per cent, in
the decade the acreage nnder cultiya-
tion Increased about 2 per cent.This,
it need hardly be said, has not a little
to do with the high cost of living. Our
farmers should get, busy and increase
their product ny nibre scientific3 meth
ods, if not by larger acreage. Living
on the farm is In many respects .much
I-more attractive than formerly, and it
is high time that the tide should turn
back to the farm, If only to prevent
the unwholesonie congestion of popu
lation in our large cities which se
riously augments social discomfort
"Another direction in which im
provement is noticeable is In the iron
trade. The railroads have again been
buying materials and equipment 'with
greater freedom and in spite of ad
vancing prices. It Is many months
since the steel trade has been in as
satisfactory condition as today. Pro
duction is running on a record-breaking
scale. General business cannot be
expected to persistently ignore such
encouraging conditions in agriculture
and in the great basic steel industry.
From all parts of the interior; come re
ports of increasing confidence on the
part of businessmen, bankers and
thnsp at the head of industrial affairs.
I Preparations are now being made for
a g00(j fan an(j winter trade. Politics
are much less disturbing and there is
an inclination to sidetrack such issues
as far as possible. West of the Alle
ghanies the drift of sentiment is de
cidedly toward'optimism, and this feel
ing is slowly but surely making itself
felt throughout the entire Atlantic
"The monetary outlook has improv
ed. A better demand for funds is an
ticipated in the early future owing to
crop requirements and the increasing
activity of business. ' Our banks have
been strengthening their position by
calling in of loans, which evidently
had much to do with last week's liqui
dation in stocks."
FORTY SUCCESSFUL YEARS.
For almost forty years Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy has been curing cramps in
the stomach and bowels, dysentery
and diarrhoea and has never been
known to fail to give relief even in the
most severe and dangerous cases. You
can make no better provision fcr the
safety of your family than to keep a
bottle of thi? remedy ever at hand.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for "Ha wait -
that effect On being asked what steps
th ' Government intended to tK
against the directors of' the rubber
company, the speaker answered
VThis is a horrible company."
Acland 8id the company was now
In liauidation, Wt that the Govern
ment would be delighted if any of Its
directors could be made amenahle to
T!nelish law. The Government intend
ed to Investigate how far they were
liable and to bring them to Justice if
possible. The speaker added that none
of the perpetrators of the outrages
was an Englishman.
WASHINGTON, July 19. Corres
pondence between the State Depart
ment and the British Government
looking to the suppression of atrocl
ties practiced upon natives in the Pu
vtiimayo rubber country Indicate that
the two governments are in perfect' ac
stimrt j. Fuller, this Government
special agent, recently ancounced;"hI
arrival at, Iquitony the head of deep
water navigation on the Amazon siiU
his purpose to establish a baseitnero
fthd Proceed nD the river to the Putu
mayo valley." He Is not expected to
make ah original Investigation, for the
State Department has accepted tlre
British renbrt as auite sufficient . -
The Peruvian Goverrment,; haying
undertaken to brinff ' to justice tne
guilty ones. Mr. Fuller is charged to
RAfc tn it that this promise is reaeem-
1 ed andithat-the conditions complained
of are ended. It is assumea : oy . ine
State Department : that th cansesof
comDlalnt have already been removea
v Because of the difflcvulty of access
fc the Putumaya country, however, It
will be some time before the State
Department can ge a report frotn, Mf.
To one of a philosophic turn of
mind it 1 Is of mournful Interest to
note the decline and fall of that 'once
flourishing American : institution; the
Bide vhisker. Jwhlskers have Be
Into disrepute. ' They are the emblem
of anarchy, or, paraJoxically, of stand-
patl8m, .and they have become a by
word and a hissing. Hr'-
And vet. once upon a time our. most
honored and . respectful citizens In:
onlged. in this form of personal dis
figurement Most of ; the Generals of
the Civil War wore .whiskers, and If
you turn to any, family ; albuin. com
plled In the early serenues you; wni
find many fine specimens f adorning
the cheeks and chins of otherwise un
impeachahl' "persons. - ' There -Vwere
t)ther evidences, .too, br a, tendency ' o
concealment wnica ' caisicu j n w
time the -side whisker was "in Its
prime. ; Those were, the days when
gingerbread houses were in vogue ana
concealed plumbing.1 !. . - ' '
Tiut that does not serve to explain
the decline of the whisker. If it was
hantifnt fortv veara aeo.. why Is it
not beautiful now? One 'cannot say. for
sure.', It may be that the .nation-wide
crusade for better , sanitation, open
nlumbine and so on sounded the death
knell of the whisker. Scientists' tell
us that luxuriant whiskers formed; an
ideal hiding olace for germs. In the
dark forest Aisles of ji thriving pair
of Burnstdes full many .; a ; microbe
grew to manhood, waiting only the
touch of a breeze to go forth and slay.
Doctors could carry them from house
to house; but doctors are foolish folks,
who: are forever trying .toT find a way
in cut ' down their own business by
driving out disease, and so u ntppens
that .most of them have discarded
Then, too, whiskers had no material
value,' unless youf chanced " to be the
owner of a mattress factory, They did
not conduce to the . comfort or prdfit
pf the wearer. In hot weather they
we're uncomfortable and in the win
ter they were too often filled with
icicles. Kipling once wrote of a girl,
who was in a position to know, who
Insisted that a kiss from a man with
out a mustache was like an egg with
out t salt. That doubtless was a per
sonal preference, but even sor no such
argument has ever been urged in
favor of the side whisker.
Whiskers today may be an indica
tion of character, and then, they may
be purely accidental. As the wind
Moweth where It listeth, so with Its
favored playmate, the whisker. Kan
sas City Star.
"BLESSING TO WOMEN
is what on egrateful woman call Ly
dte E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. This is because after suffering
for six long, weary years with a weak
nes so prevalent amorg her sex, she
was restored to perfect health by this
famous medicine for woman's ills.
This has teen the experience of
thousands of grateful women who
have depended upon this tried and
DR. WALTERS ON WILHELMINA.
Among the passengers to Honolulu
on the S. S. Wilhelmina on Tuesday
will be Dr. St. D. G. Walters, who has
been spending the last three months
in California. He will resume his
practise at once and give Dr. Herbert
an opportunity to take a well-deserved
rest. The latter intends to
leave on the S. S. Makura on August
13 for Vancouver, B. Cf, and motor
theace along the Pacific Coast to San
Francisco. He expects to be absent
about a month.
PIioto-EngraTlng ; of . highest grade
can lie secured front the Star-Bulletin
' Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 k &sj np
American Plan S3.00 a da?np ;
Ifew steel and" brick: structure. -Every,
comfort and convenience.
, ; A high class hotel pi very moderate
rates. An the center n! theatre and ,
retail-district.: On car lines trans
f erring to all parts of city. Electric
. omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel St ewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters. ' '
Cable Address rTrnwets-ABC code. ;
JJL Love,Honolulu representative,
SAJ FIWiiGISCO ,7P,rJT'
; Reinforced Conertte BumReg. t2Z KoomtJ ft Irsl
Class eetina hooses within t btocfc.lUtestt.tl.Sa
.Has prepared for the tour
1st business by -the addition
of two moro - bungalows
beautifully, furnished. They
are now ready, for : occu
pancy. . . t
. Emma, Above .t Vineyard
: Quiet and Refined ' L
"xl tarfle, Cool ;Outsid, Rooms; t .
PrlVatd V Sleeping Verandasr, 'f
.Plunge;, Night, and Day Ten-: .
Four" Acre 3 Beautiful
p 'Tropical Gardens?
Special Rates by the Month
Home was neief like tins
FOR THE KIDDIES. FOR : A
v WEEKWILI .DO - THEM A,
' WORLD OF GOOD r
' i ; WA1MEA, KAUAI f
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Newly Renovated Best Hotel
r-, on Kauai "V"' f
Tourist Trade Solicited n
I. - ' . v.T. j'r
' Rates Reasonable
a w. spitz
- ! Proprietor
1LAUE.U II A VIA II
Special Terms ' for Summer Jlonths.
T. A., SIMPSON, ; Alanager. .
Waikiki Beach Resort
FURNISHED COTTAGES. .$1.50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS.. 75c, $1? Month
PETER GIBB, Proprietor '
Now Open phone 2S38
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
8ay the Wise Bather ,
CIGARHO TY tt
JHST & C0. AneritS
MONOAYi . i,,..
WEDNESDAY i ;
THURSDAY it .
All visiting membcr of t
order are cordially Invited to ;
"tend meetings of local loiic.
iv Honolulu Lo i 3 I ;
Uieir hall, ca III
fiM ITnrf 0vftry
, evenias. Visit::: t
r era are ccrili!!;
? to attend.
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Vjday evenic- r.t 7 : : J
k. cr iv i; c-r. ;
Beretania. V: W'.s r '
cordially iavitci to ct: - !.
..ii;i,-. i'' A. F.-GL..1TJ, C. C.
-nOOLULU XT.TAZ !! 1
J.IceLa on e:cc: I
:- .TTtlaesiay ev:-..
- r ncath at 7:! ) j
:y k. of p. iun, c
and Beretania. Vlcltl-.-: L.
Invited to attend.
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cordially l.v. .. .
1 , J. C. fOU.'A. :
, -LOUI3 A. vz::
t, o. o.
win meet la Oii Fell: :
Fort street, ncir III-t, v.
evening at 7:23. o'clc-'.
? Visiting brotiera cz:l'.:.
to attend. -
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ft V 'JAM E3 W. LLO YIX :
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Doston Clock, C:: : - i
HIGH - CLASS M ILL1 N .
-s Club CUlIti
MRS. E. E. DAVI3. Frc.-r
GAGE & KNOX
MILTON & PARCO.N3
J Telephone ' 5CC3Y- 1112 Fcrl
BEAUTITIE3 IN HEACCC,
5 "Are Always Found at th
Just received by 8. S. Sierra,
very ' latest. In fancy TAILOT
LINEN SUITS; also - ONE - Pi:
LINEN ' DRESSES and LINGI
WAISTS, v '': ::' '. .
1C27 NUUANU STREET
J.te-dt MiMmAry nt f.?.Vr 1
Dr. T. IHTAZ-i-).
Office: 1412 Nuuana St, cor. Vim,
,v .Telephone 1540 .
, Office Hour:, 9 to 12 a. m., 7 t
p. m. . Sundays by appointment.
Hesidencef 50 N. Vineyard r
near efflce. Telephone ZZ1Z; P. C
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