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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN vWflDKESb AY, AUG 2S, 1 91 2.
ill ill 1 1 .j j1 -:
House on Green St.,
$45 per mpnth
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
W. C.. ACHI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiolani Building tv Honolulu, f. h
P. O. ox CSf
E. G. Duisenberg
78 ntrcw $t. FHone 3013
We are determined to
supply only an absolutely
pure, healthy miTk, and
with this end in view we
are proceeding on the
theory that it is impos
sible to be too careful in
the feeding and care of
our herds and in the
handling and treatment of
Our cows are periodically
inspected by the Territo
rial Veterinarian, and per
fect cleaniness is main
talhed in every depart
ment. On receipt of the milk at
our depot, and before its
distribution to our cus
tomers. It Is treated by a
scientific electric purify
f Estimates Furnished on Bnlldlnct,
. Ratea Reasonable.
160 .U9Wt.. .Qrigon JBW.' TeL J&H
. - May's U!d. Kbna jCoffee
V : 1 :.: BEST IN THE MARKET
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. H E N R Y M A Y 6x C-XX-
' ossroads Bobltshop,
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; - ' t . ' Cocpessora to ' - .- ,i
f-;: ' Brown. A Lyon Co, Ltd.
j ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
The lost Popular CandJes Made
f" , on the Coast ; f
H ONO LU LU DRUG COi' JLTD.
1024 Fort SL Telephone 13S4
In Black and White and in Sepia
Yqu ' nust hare many, nega?
tive3 that, will make handsome
enlargements. ' The cost is
small. Bring the negatives in
and let us, tell you about en
POST CARD ENLARGEMENTS
Photo Supply. Co.,
- FORT, NEAR HOTEL
. . Jbraaier
to ua AUvrrTirTM
Phone 1371 m Kiap tt
6. F. Dillingham Co.
General Apent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
writers' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th Floor, Stangenwald Bldg.
The Maximum of
Durability in Paint
.. . Is obtained by using
It is a pure paint, well .mixed
177 South King Street
Lewers iS CooRe,
177 S. KING STREET
My Big Specialty Try Me.
J. E ROCHA,
Hotel Street Nr. Y. M. C. A.
1000 FEET -INCH
Extra Good Value 25 Ft. $3.75
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
For GENERAL OFFICE STA
TIONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS, "call or write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 FORT STREET
Everything the Scholar Needs
in School Supplies
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.
Hotel, Near Fort Street
EVERYTHING in FURNITURE
Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Alakea and King Sts.
. Jfour attention is called to the fact
that we have just received, by last
boat from the CoaRt, s. large shipment
of the best PORTO RICO HATS. Reg
ular price, $f: reduced to $2..r0.
THE LEADING ' HAT CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretania St., nr. Nuuanu Ave.
' : FELIX TURKU, Specialist
Pantheon Block Hotel St.
are made on the latest London. Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethet Streets
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
the office of the Maui Loan Fund i
commission, at Wailuku. Maul. T. H..
until Saturday, September 14, at 10
j o'clock a. m.. for constructing, and
I furnishing all labor, tools, equipment
' and material, except all jpipe and fit
, tings, necessary to construct. In ac
f cordance with the plans and speclfica
i tions, a reservoir at Keokea, Kula, Is
land of Maui, T. II , of a capacity of
approximately 500,000 aljonjs.
Plans and specifications and other
information may be had upon applica
tion to the Maui Loan Fund Commis
sion, or at the office of the Superin
tendent of Public Works, at Honolulu,
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
Tenders must be made on forms fur
nished by the Maui Loan Fund Com
mission, and must be accompanied by
a certified check amounting to not
less than 5 of the amount of the ten
der. W. F. POGUE,
Vice Chairman, Maui Loan Fund Com
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
The wvJer jnobjeni at tnr v'cicanc
House is a very serious nrrmrsifinn
ihP rtnvc All water f- th t,nAi ' luura. the said S. Tanaka and the
S. Tanaka. T. Kunihiro and S. Mo
rita. in copartnership under the name
and firm of "Pacific Jewelry Com
pany," have bought and taken over
tne entire interest of the business
heretofore carried on by N. Shige-
has to be hauled a distance of fives
said T. Kunihiro under the name of
mil in n fiv hnndrH hnn tanv'- Shigemura. at No. 1131 Nuuanu
cn an auto truck. Two or three trips 1 et- Hn,?,u.u.- sand ,wi" ass"m! altl
are made each day, giving the hotel debts and "ab,,l,tie" ' h,!3?,,!
upwards of a thousand gallons a day. nesf: and tt said N. bh geraura is
which has met the needs of the house; ""5". k "V' " -"'J.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
the office of the Maul Loan Fund Com
mission, Wailuku, Maui, T. H.; until
10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, September
14, for constructing a One-Story Frame
Building to be used as a schoolhouse
at Hana, Maul, T. H.r to be built for
the Territory of Hawaii, according to
plans and specifications, and under the
supervision of the Maui Loan Fund
Plans, specifications and other In
formation ' may be ,hui 'upon applica
tion to the Maul Loan Fund Commis
sion or at the office of the Superin
tendent of Public Works, at Honolulu,
T. H. ' " v ' '-r "
The Maul Loan Fund .Commlssjon
reserves ' the right to ' reject any and
all bids.' ' ' ' ; ;
Tenders must be made on onhs fur
nished ' by ; the .Maul Loan Fund ' Com
mission, and must be accompanied by
a certified check in amount equal 'to
5 of the tender.
W. F. POGUE,
.Vice .Chairman, Maui Loan Fund Com
f mission. ! ' -' i, ' ' " "tiUfw
and its guests. Mine Host Demos
thenes is keeping everyone happy and
the twenty or thirty people at the
Hotel are having a very com portable
and pleasant time of it, seldom re
minded of the troubles of the propri
etor to keep them supplied with good
The crater is active, but the lake is
a comparatively small one and much
Jlouded by the smoke and fumes that
ssue from the sides but there is al
ways much of interest other than the
lava lake, and the weather is ideal
for the tourist or the guest in search
cf quiet and rest
PARCELS POST TAkEN; '
GOOD ROADS LEFT
connected with said business or with '
said Pacific Jewelry Company. .
PACIFIC JEWELRY COMPANY.
By S. TANAKA,
S. MO RITA.
Dated,' Honolulu, August 21. 1912.
5320 -Aug 21, 28; Sept 4, 11
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Sealed" Tenders will be received at
the office s6t the1 Maui Loan Fund
Commission, at Wailuku, MauVT. ' H.,
untU1 Saturday; September 14, at 10
o'clock a. m;,' for constructing a road
laying 'macadafnlzed ' pavement, and
fjirjil8hiiigr all labor, tools and mater
rial for constructing approximately
20,0Q0 feet of roadway from Makapipi
Uulch.to Wataluaikl,n the Maul Belt
Road System'.' '
Flans, specifications, etc., and qther
information .may, be had upon appli
cation 'to' the Maul Loan Fund Com
mission, cr at the office of the Super
intendent oi Public Works, 'at Hono
lulu, T. HV 1 .
, The right Is reserved to reject any
andirbids:: ' : ,::; ' '
i enters jnusi op maae on xorras jir
.nlshed by th,e Maul Loan Fund Com
mlssIohVnd must..b9 accompanied by
a' certified check amoun,tlng to not
less than 5 of the amouht of ' the
tender. ' - - "i" ' '
r W. F.t POGUE,
Vice Chairman, Maul Loan Fund Com
mission ' - ' 5312-4 w
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' SEALED TENDERS;
Sealed Tenders will-be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works up
until 12 noon of Thursday, September
12, 1912;' for constructing Concrete
Building for the Honolulu Insane Asy
lum, Honolulu, T. H. - r
Plans, specifications and blank
forms for proposal -are on file in the
office of the Superintendent of Public
;Work8, Capitol ' Building. '
. The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, August 20, 1912.
Oahu .Railway tA Land Company.
The annual meeting of, the stock
holders of. the OahulfcxUway'&VLand
Company has been called for Friday.
August 30, A. D. 1912, In pursuance
of an order of the directors, and will
be held at the office of The B. F.
Dillingham Co., Ltd., Stangenwald
building, Honolulu, at 2 o'clock' p. m.
on that date.
The stock books of. the company
will be closed to transfers from Au-
WASHINGTON, August 12. The
Senate today, after five hours' work . gt 24 to 30, both dates inclusive.
W. F. DILLINGHAM.
ou the PoetoLfice appropriation bill.
reached an agreement to vote on the
measure at 4 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Discussion of the bill was enlivened
late in the day, when Senator LaFol
lette. speaking on a Hodse provision
granting to employes of the postal
service the right to organize, delib
erately charged officials of the "Post
office, wittf rifling his mail in an at
tempt to delve Into an investigation
he was making Into' the postal ser
vice." ' ' ' " '
Thg Wisconsin ' Senator said that
his mail had been '"subjected to" an
espionage alm&st, Russian in chapac
ter," and he showed to the Senators
a bundle 6f letters which he said had
been tampered' with. " " 1
"Absurd" "and "Vldlculous" are ad
Jectlve applfed to ' Senator aFol
lette's" charge's by the officials of the.
Postofflce Department. ' It is "declared
positively that If 'the Senator's mall
has be.en rifled 'the crime was com-1
initte.d' ' by v6ineb6dy hot connected ,
wjith-'the department. ' I
? ' Senator IaFollette) after making his
charges, said that men were removed
from the Vail way mair service' "for no
Acting Secretary, Oahu Railway &
5323 Aug 24; 26, 27, 28, 29, -30
FECIAL ME ETI N G .N OTIC E.
Kohala Sugar Company.
Notice is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the shareholders of
the Kohala Sugar Company will be
held at the office of Castle & Cooke.
Limited, in Honolulu, on Monday,
September 9, 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m.
At said meeting proposed amend
ments to the By-Lars of the rampany
will be offered for consTderatldn.
T. IL PETRIE, .
Secretary, Kohala Sugar Company.
Veal Kidney Is Scarce
but wk can supply you with somb of tl ik best
"Veal chops and cutlcts you ever at neaiu.y
any day. the shortness in supply of kidneys is
due to the fact that ti i erk. are fewer' of tiiem
in a carcase. let us' have an order for chops
OR CUTLETS. ; v K
Metropolitan Meat Market
' HEILBRON & LOUIS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory 9f Hawaii. In Pro
bate. At Chambers, No. 4008. In the
Matter of the Estate of Harry : J.
Johnston, deceased. Order of Notice
M, Aur-ilkn;y-tx:s, Kk tiot Petition for Allowance, of, Account!.,
organizations designed to Improve la- H.eteiLns ZLS! f mhfc III
T)or condltlons'fh'tbeerYiqe." SSiSrf nffiJoSS1-
He citeil seyeml instances, includ-
TeLS ff?JSJ2 - Ml to alloWed $13500; and charg-
v r W''1" rrfisieA with S1439.35' and aska that
shortly after be jbecame a cftnJd'te game examined and approved,
ior oiuce in tne Kaiiway Man uierx-s t w .f 'n.atrt
Pjo(;ecUye Aoth?n. .Tbe, Senator Dua0h Of Hhe remaining "property to
iscussed, tbe es prMnulaH th personr thereto entitled 'and die?
!d ?ymfS-SiijS1-1 jf.xwU charging petitioner and sureties froiri
dent Taft, fprbing ostpffiqe fem-1 all further responsiblllUes herein: It;
ployes from Carrying their .grievances ia Ordered, that Fridaythe27th day
to members of Congress. , ' i of sentember. A. D. 1912. at 9 o'clock
He had read into the record several a. m.". before the Judge presiding at
Chambers of " said Court at his court-'
to tne circular letters. He asserted room" in the old -Y. M. C. A. building, in;
It takts more than th suggestion to ketp cool these day,
really can be done only with an . ;
Just attach it to the chandelier in place of a lamp,
less current than a 18-candlepower lamp. w - vv
" We have them complete fMmr;'ffW-yV':y-l-g
,4 JH.- : 5
THE ONLY COMPLETE CA
ilODEL 4Chr5 Passengtr Fort Door Tcunsj Car, ;
blVVlLL 4I-T-4 fS5.e3gT pant lormcau; -i " .
MODEL 42 RodsUr tyie new
en bloc motor, 44 in. borcSVa in. $tro!ne ; 40 H.P.
;MODEL; 50-7 Pa$engcrtvForc D09; Touring dir. K
MVU b. 514 Fasscngcrr jPant 'I'onnfay. '
MODEL:S2 Roadster typei with Ac nev?T" head (Tr)r
C ! kAn v m .f tr MMk C T-T T3
that the officials of the department
Honolulu, County of Honolulu, be and
recognized only ope organization, the ! the same hereby is appointed the time
the "Railway ' Mall ' Association."! and nlaf. for hearine said Petltlob
he said, mlnated by the bffi-i and Accounts,' and that all persons in-j
dais of the department , terested'may then and there' appear
During the day three Important pros and show cause, lf any they, have. ;why.
visions of the Postofflce bill were act- ,t&e same.bould pqt be 'granted,; and
ea upon, rne iiourne-unstow plan; may Present evidence as 10 wno are.
entitled to , the said property, witness
for a parcels post system, wlh a sys
tem of graduated charges based on;
eight zones of distance dividing the
country, was placed in the hill as a
substitute for the" House parcels post
provision, which outlined a flat charge
of 12 cents a pound throughout the
country. ' " ' '
A" provision in the House bill make
.NOTICE OF SALE.
the Honorable VM. L. WHITNEY,
Judge fit said Court, this ,20th day of
August, 1912. By .the .Court: (Seal)
JOHN MARCXLLiyo. Clerk of the
Circuit Coutf of the First Circuit
Smith, Warren & Hemeoway, attorr
ney8 for administratrix. ,
' 'SSH-Aug 21, 28;- Sept 4, 11, '
. iit, i T7t.i.i j a . i. t .
t-rtuiauit; ruueitu iuuus 10 assisi iiie ,1M -.Un'pnfTTiT TtT.T,mi THR
"r:: J tv , " "." First Circuit, Territory of, HawaU--
k ,u c : At Chambers. In Prbte. In the Mat-
ed by the Senate committee provid- tep Qf the Estate ofvi salves.
ing for a commission of three Senat- . nnlimo-t n.irtv.rt.n? tn hA the taat
ors and three Representatives to wm and Te8tament of tut .Gohsalves,
There will be sold at Public Auc
tion at 12 m. of Wednesday, Septem
ber 4, 1912, by the Department of
Public Works, the dwelling situated
on King street, between Likelike and
Punchbowl streets, and known as the
The entire structure must be re
moved within thirty (30) . days from
date of sale. Terras: Cash.
M ASTON CAMPBELL.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, August 23, 1912. .
study the question was adopted
j Another amendment written into
the bill would compel newspapers us
ing the mails to file with the Postmaster-General
all the names of own
ers, publishers, editors, stockholders
and holders of bonds and mortgages.
REPUBLICAN'S OF FIRST PRE
CINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT.
J. A. SPAULDING IN
BIG FARMING PROJECT
A new enrollment of the Republican
Club, First Precinct, Fourth District,
is being made. All persons eligible as
voters are requested to enroll without
delay. The roll may be found at the I
club headquarters in the Kaimuki Mer- i
W1LLITS, Cal.. J. A. Spaulding,
former a sugar manufacturer of the
Hawaiian Islanls, is farming 10,000
acres of land near Willows after a
fashion tint is a great surprice to the
Spaulding is counting on planting
practically all of hfs 10.000 acres to
alfalfa. A portion of the land has al
ready been planted. A delepition rep
resenting the Sacramento Valley De
velopment Association recently visit
ed the Spaulding holdings and marvel
ed at what he had done on land that
had not heretofore produced such a
hieh chss cron as alfalfa.
The Honolulu man has cut the 10.-
deceased, having on the 21st day of
August," A. D; 1912,' been presented'to
said Probate Court, and a Petition for
Probate thereof, praying for the issu
ance of Letters Testamentary to Ka
kalina Gonsalves, having been filed by
said Kakalina Gonsalves; It Is Order
ed, that Tuesday, the 24th day of
September, A. D. 1912, at 9 o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the courtroom of
! said Court In the old Y. M. C. A.
building in the City and County of
Honolulu, be and the same is hereby
appointed the time and place for
proving said Will and hearing said
application. Dated, Honolulu, August
21, 1912. By the Court: J. A. DOM
1NIS. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit. (Seal.)
5320 Aug 21, 28; Sept 4, 11
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whentthe pan can be ever to hot without smoking; . Whsa tha
food comes -out crisp and brown and delicious 4n short, whsn
you are cooking" ' ' : 'V'r ; I "; ,
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Are the choice of the excluslv e man for summer wear, -Ola stock
of varied patterns from '. -: ; ' '
The Oriental Crepe Goos Co.,
6 K I N G" "STR EEtN XT TO "ADVERTISER OFFICE v
cantile Co.'s building, and will be
opened from .8 p. m., Friday, August
23, 1912, and thereafter daily between
the hours of 7:80 and 9 p. m.. undl
Friday, the 6th day of September, at
10 o'clock p. m.
By order of Enrollment Committee.
F. H. K1LBEY,
We are ready for your boy or
girl and will fit them with the
best wearing and most comfort
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
! 000-aore tract into ISO-acre unit? and
placed a pumping plant in the center of
epch. His rontract for rower with the
Northern California Power Company
is said to involve approximately $100.
00f. The land upon which the ilfalfi
is being planted was originallv of a
rolling character. As a rfsult. the
first thing Spaulding did was to start
several gangs with traction engines
and ploughs to work pulling down the
knoUs and filling ir. the sm-U valleys.
About noo acres have already been
planted and a good stand has beeri se
cured. Bee. '
Jacob Ordenstein will act for me
in all matters, with my full power of
(Signed) AT. E. S1LVA.
Trespassers over the Keaau lands
will be prorecuted to the full extent
of the law.
LOT P. FERNANDEZ.
Dated August 27. 1912. 5325-lw
IMITATION TYPEWRITER W0RK-
Letters, Circulars, Notices, Bulletins. Re
ports, Announcements , etc
4 GE0..S, IKEDA. . j
78 Merchant Street. 'Telephone 2500
COMPLETE LINE BEST QUALITY PRICES REASONABLE
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER . -
CASTOR OIL DEEDED, TOO.
llioto-KntrrVl of hijrhest crrude
o.'.n bo hoc u red from the Star-lltillctln
For summer diarnoea in children
p'v.avs sive Chamberlain's Colic. Chol
i m :uid Diarrhoea, Heniody and cms-tor
:1. ninl a si'eedv cure is certain. I 'or
s-.ile by all dealers. Henson, Smith &
Co., agents for Hawaii.
Service Js Xlwayi-Good Mt the
Union Barber Shop,
Cunha's Alley, Next Union
Grill, on King Street
5 PER ROLL OF 40 YARDS
Everything In the jtrlnllnsr Un at
Stir-Rulletin, Alakea utreet; uranrh,
Phone 2295 Reaches
ALL KimS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD A YD COAL.
M QUEEX STREET. f. 0. BOX Hi