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nOXOLULTT STAR-BUIXE1IX, Fill DAT, AUG. 9, 1912.
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PALAMA DORMITORY ABANDONED;
Owing to lack of room, Palaraa has
had to give up its dormitory, and as
a result there are six men who are
hunting around for another rooming
When the plan for the new settle
ment house was first projected, it was
thought that one of the features would
he a dormitory for men, where they
could find lodging at a nominal sum,
but on account of the size of the bud
get It - was decided to abandon the
original plan of a men's dormitory and
utilize the space in the new. building
for the settlement workers.
The old frame building Waikiki of
the present offices of the settlement
was rapidly growing uninhabitable,
and an opportunity was found to dis
pose of the lumber originally used , in
its construction, so yesterday was de
cided upon for an official moving day
and the six residents of the building
took their belongings and dispersed
to find other quarters. Work of tear
ing down the old structure was im
mediately commenced and will be
completed within a few days, accord
ing to Rath.
I Cablenews-American, July 18: A
Ifew days ago we had somewhat to
say in this column of civic improve
ment societies and the good such
agencies may accomplish for a city
or town. Attention is. called to the
subject again by the latest report
from Honolulu to the effect that the
second annual "clean-up day was
celebrated there, June 20, with as
tonishing results. The annual clean
up day is an institution allied to the.
civic Improvement society. Honolulu
is proud of the results achieved.
Over one thousand loads of rubbish
were taken from the city between 7
o'clock in the morning and 5 o'clock
In the afternoon.
A public holiday was observed
throughout the city and e very-body
joined in the clean-up crusade. Every
street, alley and corner of Honolulu
wlis gone" over as with a broom. Heaps
of0 rubbish of long standing and of
great offense were carted away,
every old can in every forgotten lot
was picked up. Eyesores that had
ehamed the proud residents of Ho
nolulu for months were eliminated
and thousands of disease-breeding
spots were made clean. ..
All sorts of conveyances were em
ployed. Road-rollers were pressed
into use and, trundled through the city
dragging great trains of wagons load-
ed"with the trash the enthusiastic cit
j Ikehs "had gathered up. Autos and
j auto tracks did valiant service, and
private Wagons and carts as well. Al
together, it was one of those tri
umphs for which, the good, energetic
people of Honolulu are noted.
A number of valuable results, aside
j from the amount of rubbish disposed
J of, resulted from the cleaning bee.
' First of all, Honolulu learned that
' the city was not so dirty as it had
been a year before. The campaign
cf 1911 had left its effect in a cleaner
city throughout the year. The gen
eral average of civic pride had fieen
raised by the cooperation of the cit
izens for one day for the improve
ment of the city.
Another thing Honolulu learned by
tLe clean-up day wa3 that many spots
in the city were in a worse condition
, than even the health authorities had
fbeen aware of. Nooks and corners
that had escaped the eye& of the in
spectors were found by the citizens
in their hunt for rubbish arid filth,
in a state menacing to health as well
i The real significance of the clean
j up day in Honolulu will be found in
the fact that the people of the city
t could cooperate in such a crusade,
i The campaign reveals a unanimity of
! purpose among the citizens, a pride
i cf city, an understanding of what is
j required to make a community self
. respecting at home and admired
! abroad. It is an exemplification of
! the spirit that enabled Former Presi
I dent Springer and his associates of
Mhe Manila Merchants' Association to
j work that organization up to its pres-
ent effectiveness that spirit applied
: to municipal affairs. It, moreover,
shows whot might be done in Manila
with the proper effort.
FALSE PRETENSE IS
CHARGE AGAINST NATIVE
On a charge of obtaining money
under false pretenses Mokuula, an
elderly Hawaiian, was placed in jail
yesterday at the behest of Attorney
General Lindsay. He says the man
came to him with a subscription list
tor a new Hawaiian church, which he
said was to be built at Kalihi-kai.
The list contained a large number of
names of prominent Honolulu church
men, purporting to have been at
tached within the 'last three days.
Lindsay happened to know that a
number of the supposed signers have
been on the Coast for several months,
and believes the signatures to be
ROWEL COMPLAiYr I7V CHILDREN
Children when teething are liable to
attacks of diarrhoea and this trouble,
especially in warm weather, should
never be neglected. The best medi
cine in use for ailments of this kind
is- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. When reduced
with water and sweetened, it is not
unpleasant, 'which is of great import
ance when giving medicine to chil
dren. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, SmithCo., agentsforjlawali.
MEN LOSE HOMES
The new settlement house, which is
being constructed between the gym
nasium and the old offices, is rapidly
assuming definite proportions. Con-
struction on the second story Is In
progress, and it is expected the build
ing will be ready for occupancy by
i The old office quarters will be aban
doned, and the new offices, together
with the dispensary, will be moved to
the basement of the new structure.
The upper stories will be used for liv
ing and sleeping rooms for the set
It is the idea of Head Worker Rath
to house all of the workers together,
In order that they may benefit each
other and the work by exchanging
! Ideas and discussing new problems
' continually presenting themselves for
' solution in the course of each day at
Miss E. A. Moody, who is the latest
' addition to the corps of settlement
workers, arrived trom Boston on last
Friday and has entered upon her du
Manila Cablenews-Amerlcan, July
17: Reports from the bureau of scl-
nee relative to the Investigation made
into the last case of supposed plag'i a
that occurred, in the city of Man .la,
s.'iow that no plague organisms v ere
titv eloped and the report of negative
has been recorded. This makes b"ut
tv o cases of bubonic, plague iu r.rte
1 hlwppines In the past six yean, by
far the best records that has been
made by any country "in the Faf JEast
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
MAN IN THE PHILIPPINES
I Manila Cablenews-American, July
lb: Mr. Stoddard has come from
1 Honolulu to look after the interests
of the Honolulu Iron Works in the
Philippines. The;. Pacific Commercial
Co. is representing that cpm'pany here
and has deals for three sugar centrals
about consummated. The erection of
these plants will keep Mr. Stoddard
busy for some time to come. His 23
years' experience in the management
of sugar mills in the Hawaiian Islands
have equipped him well for the rork.
Facts About IndifesUon and Its Re
lief That Should Interest You.
Although Indigestion and Dyspepsia
are so prevalent, most people do not
thoroughly understand their cause
and cure. There is no reason why
most people should not eat anything
they desire if they will, only chew H
carefully and thoroughly. Many ac
tually starve themselves into sickness
through fear of eating every good
looking, good-smelling, and good-tasting
food, because it does not agree
the best thing to do is to fit your
self to digest any good food.
We believe we? can relieve Dyspep
sia. We are so confident of this fact
that we guarantee" and promise" to sup
ply the medicine free of all cost to
every one who will use it, who is not
perfectly satisfied with the results
which It produces. We exact no
promises, and put no one under any
obligation whatever. Surely, nothing
could be fairer. We are located right
here and our reputation should be
sufficient assurance of the genuine
ness of our offer.
We want every one troubled with
Indigestion or Dyspepsia in any form
to come to our store and buy a box
of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take
them home and give them a reason
able trial, according to directions.
Then, if not satisfied, come to us and
get yom money back. They are very
pleasant, to take; they aid to soothe
the irritable stomach, to strengthen
and invigorate the digestive organs,
and to promote a healthy and natural
bowel action, thus leading to perfect
and healthy digestion and assimila
tion. A 25c. package of Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets furnishes 15 days' treatment.
In ordinary cases, this is sufficient
to produce a cure. In more chronic
cases, a longer treatment, of course,
is necessary, and depends upon the
severity of the trouble. For such
cases, we have two larger sizes which
sell for 50c. and $1.00. Remember,
you can obtain Rexall Remedies in
this community only at our store
The Rexall Store. Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd:, Fort and Hotel streets.
For news and the truth about it, all
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SALE OF A GENERAL LEASE OF
THE GRAZING LANDS OF NANA.
KULI, WAIANAE, OAHU.
. At 12 o'clock- noon. Saturday, Au
gust 24, 1912, at the front door to the
Capitol, Honolulu, there will be sold
at publip auction, under Part V. of the
Land Act of 1895, Sections 278-285 In
clusive. Revised Laws of Hawaii, a
general lease of the grazing lands of
Nanakuli, Waianae, Oahu, containing
an area of 2350 acres, more or less.
Upset rental, $750 per annum; pay
able semi-annually In advance. .
Term of lease, 15 years from Sep
tember 1, 1912. . j
ThU lease Will contain conditions re
garding the termination of the lease
after ten years, construction of fences,
development of water, the cutting of
ralgaroba trees on certain areas, and
certain other conditions.
The purchaser shall pay the cost of
Reservation regarding land required
for agricultural, homestead, reclama
tion, settlement or public purposes will
be embodied 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 Public
Lands, in person or In writings on or
before Wednesday, August 14, 112. ,
For maps and further particulars,
apply t the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands. h-. ...
JOSHUA D. TUCKER
Commissioner of Public Laads.
Dated at Honolulu, July 18, 1912.
5292 July 19, 26; Aug 2, 9, 16, 23
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC
The following lands situated on
School street, Honolulu, and at Olaa,
Puna, Hawaii, will be offered lor sale
at public, auction at the following up
set prices, at 12 o'clock noon. Satur
day, August 10, 1J12, at the froni.loor
to the Capitol Building, Honolulu:
(1) Remnant at School street, con
taining an area of 1,550 square feet,
more or less. Upset price, lo
(2) Remnant on makal ine of
School street, containing an area of
11,000 square feet. Upset price, $550.
(3) Lots 4B and 7B, Block "A,"
Olaa, Puna, Hawaii, containing an area
of 4.84 acres. Upset price, $145.20. The
same being sold as a railroad right-of-way
and not for residence purposes.
Terms of sale: Cash.
Purchaser to pay cost of patent .and
For maps and further particulars,
apply at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Building, Ho
nolulu. JOSHUA D. TUCKER,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, June 6, 1912.,,. .
5257 June 6, 13, 20, 27; July 5, 11, 18.
25: Aug 1. 9 ;
There will be a meeting of the
members of the Progressive Party
at their headquarters, Judd building,
! Saturday, at noon, to ratify the nom
ination of Roosevelt and Johnson.
I have moved my office from No. 1
Campbell Block to No. 510 Stangen-
i wald Building.
C. H. DICKEY.
j I will not be responsible for any
' debts contracted in my name without
! my personal or written order.
509-6t CHANG CHAU.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate of Ernest
t.'ummings, a Minor. On reading and
filing the Petition of J. Alfred Ma
goon, guardian of said Ernest Cum
mingrs. a minor, praying for an order
of sale of certain real estate belonging
to his ward, situate on the islands of
Molokai. Maui and Oahu. as per list
on file, and setting forth certain legal
reasons why such real estate should
he sold: It is hereby ordered, that the
heirs and next if kin of said minor
and all persons interested in the said
j estate, appear before this Court on
I Monday, the 26th day of August. A.
j D. 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m.. at the
courtroom of this Court, in the City
of Honolulu, then ynd there to show
cause why an order should not be
granted for th sale of such estate. By
the Court: J. A. DOM IMS. Clerk.
Dated, Honolulu, August 2, 1912.
5304 Aug 2, 9, 16, 23,
RESOLUTION NO. 695.
- BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of
Supervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory 9! Hawaii, that
the aum of SIXTEEN HUNDRED
DOLLARS (U Coo. 00) be and the same
Is hereby appropriated out of all
moneys in the General Fund or the
Treasury for an account known as
"Maintenance of Roads, Honolulu Dis
trict (Repairs to Maunakea , StreeJL
King Street to Beretanla Street)." v
Presented by Supervisor ' '
M. a AM AN A. .
Honolulu, August 6, 1912.
At a regular meeting of .the Board
of Supervisors ot the City and County
of Honolulu held on Tuesday, August
6, 1912; the foregoing Resolution was
passed on first reading and ordered to
print on the following vote of the said
Ayes Amana, Arnold, Dwlght, Kro
ger, Low, McClellan, Murray. Total, 7.
. Noes None.
E. BUFFANDEAU. i
Deputy City and County Clark.
Bill No. 48.
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF
HONOLULU JO APPOINT A SEC
RETARY TO THE JBOAPD OF SU
PERVISORS AriD TO FIX HIS SAL
. ARY AND PRESCRIBING THE
DUTIES OF SUCH SECRETARY.
Be it Ordained by the People of the
City 'and County of Honolulu:
SECTION 1. The Board of Super
visors of the City and County of Ho
nolulu. Territory of Hawaii, is hereby
fauthorized to appoint a suitable per
son, whose salary shall be fixed by
said Board, to be known as the Secre
tary to the Board of Supervisors. -
SECTION 2. It shall be the duty
of said Secretary to the Board of Su
pervisors each, week to prepare -a
statement of the work of the various
Departments tf the City and County
of Honolulu and of the Board of Su
pervisors, and deposit in the office of
the City and County Clerk, as soon
as practicable, at least thirty copies
ot such statement for the use of the
Mayor of the City and County of Ho
nolulu, the members of the Board of
Supervisors of said City, and County
of Honolulu ' and officers and various
employees of the Departments of said
City and County.
SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall
take effect fifteen days from and after
the date of its approvaL . V "
Introduced by s
, H. E MURRAY,
Date of Introduction: : August 6, A.
D. 1912. ' 6309-3t
At 0, regular meeting of the Board
of Supervisors of the CIt and County
of. Honolulu , he!4 'on, Tuesday. August
6, 1912, the foregoing Bill was passed
onr first' reading and ordered to print
on the . following , vote of the ald
Board: ' r-r'-: r--
AyesAmana Arnold, Dwlght, Kru
ger, Low, Murray, McClellan. Total, 7.
Noes None, "'X ' 'xn v -
Deputy City and County Clerk.
" 5310-3t K
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public , Works
up to 12 rh. of Tuesday, August 20,
1912, for constructing a Water Reser
voir for the Honolulu Water -Works
on Rocky, Hill, Honolulu.
Plans, specifications and blank forms
of proposal are on file In.: the-office, of
the Superintendent of Public Works.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any and all
tenders.- - 'I:'- "'.
MARSTON CAMPBELL, v
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, July 31, 1912. -
All property owners on the following-named
streets, to wit:
King street, from Junction with Bere
tanla street to Moanalua;
Beretanla 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
Road Overseer, Honolulu District.
FIRE WARDEN, PALOLO VALLEY.
Notice is hereby given that Mr. Jo
seph K. Kapono has been appointed
District, Fire Warden for Palolo Val
ley, Kona District, Island of Oahu,
vice Samuel R. Stone, resigned.
Honolulu, T. H., August 8, 1912.
r W. M. GIFFARD.
President and Executive Officer,
Board of Agriculture and For
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice Is hereby given that a new
Directory of subscribers of the Mu
tual Telephone Company will shortly f
All subscribers desiring any change
of name or address and all intending
subscribers are earnestly requested
to send written notice or call in per
son at the office of Ihe company, on
Adams lane, on or before Tuesday,
August 20, 1912, after which date pos
itively! no changes will be made for
the n$w Directory.
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