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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1012.
All visiting member of the
rlr are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of. local lodge.
1I0'01 ULU L0D(5E 61C, B. T.
ft. p. O. Ellt. meets Id
their hall; on King St.
near Fort,, every Frldas
v'ABlnff - VUltine' Broth
ers are cordially invited
to .attend . ; -
A. B. MUBPHT, E. R
H. DUNSHEE. Bee. s
Meet on the
2nd and 4 th
at K.P. hall
7:30 P. M.
itnr? n::irfHl!!J Members tof
cordially invited to attend.
t? day evening, at 7:30 o'clock ir
iVi . oi n "tiai i cor , e y n uu
DerelAnla. .. VisUlnr brother-
iordlaUy invited: to atterwl.
. -, A. F. GERTZ. a a- 7
a';,V'; F. F." K1LBEY. K. R- b. .
IIOXOLULU AEIUE 140, F. 0. E,
-"'s Meets onfcecoDd and foartL
X.. Wednesday : evening of eaci
month at .7:S0VOclock;';iT
: k. of ' P. Hal I, corner Fon
and; Beretanla Visiting brothers are
invited to aitena.
- '- - m jokes; p.- -;
, t ; ' J. W. ASCI!, . Becy- -, :
HAWAIIAN TEIBE 0. 1, 1. 0. JT.
-1 ; yt 'Meets every nnt ana . wire
f V Tuesday of each montn in
f Fraternity Hall." I. O. 0. F.
. ' building. Vhitlng . brothert.
mi v . cordially invited - to attend
i J. C. SOUSA.Sachem; '
. - V -J.OUIS A.;FERnY, C. tof
V ;- IIOXOLULU LODGE ISO. Su, :
will meet In Odd5 Fellows' bullding,
- Fort street, near King." every. Friday
evening- at 7 : 20 o'clock. 7 ' u
0 - Visiting brothers cordially uTXtea
, AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. Dictator. ..v
. : - JAMES W. LLOYD, Secretary.
? , Report of the Insurance Com-';'
trMccfnnpr khnws that more
. . ,i.ww.w.- - i
than a. miuion oouaxs uct i
; -sent" -oat annually;' from this
Territpry. " '
" Why not - patronize :
:j Home to$urariqe ;Co. r;
--v and keep some or tnis money
' ;'V..-v.;v. . j rieref ." :''I-'-;
CKeill ; Bldg.,; or Fort . & King
.'- v-, c Telephone 2529 ;
:i ; - -:-V,.,:v p. H. BURNETTE;
' i ; v. CornmUsiontr of Dted tordCalifor-
v nl:and Na Yokj NOTARY. PUB-
V L1C; Grants Marriagt Weenies. Draws
v-i ;V Mortgages, ; Deeds, Bills of SaK
' Lmul- Wills, etc t Attorney for ; tho
'"' District Courts.-, 70 MERCHANT STi
HONOLULU, Phono 1848.
: FOR SALE . w- - .n ,
A small number of cheap lots in. a
now tract on Culick street Just open
ed. Prices ranging from $150 to $500.
Kasy-terms; v,, ..
t Also a few lots In Nuuanu Valley. ;
for R ENTA 4-bedroom house.
with all possible conveniences and J
latest Improvements, at Kaiini, x3o.
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
TT AS AWARDED HIGHEST H0X0BS
At the recent California SUte
Fair held at Sacramento:
A COLD AWARD.
A BLUE RIBBON AWAKD and
t A CASH PKIZE
Dr. -T. IIITAIIURA
Office: 1412 N'juanu SU cor. Vineyard
V ; l.r 'Telephone 1540 V, - ;
. Office Hours: to 12 a. m., 7 to I
p! .n. Snndays'by appointment
Residence: 50 N. Vineyard Street
-bU" office, Telephor 2613; P. O. Boa
1 High Class Imitation
JvType writer Work
GEO 'MS. IKEDA
. r bi 500 78 Merchant
Most Complete Policy
f2) Port Streo
It llonolald irere again swept
by a conflagration; eonld yon
collect your lnsurancel
, reDrcKCJDt the the Inrcest and
strongest lire Insurance compa-
nie jn tne -wn.
mm .i in. wii in. mmi mmmm-m i I V
Self Starters anor ; , . s ; j . '.
-. ' . -
' Prions S003.- : Sols Distributor
I s . lu.i Lid. -
Pioneers and Leaders In
? v't. ;. w thet AuXomobile- Business
t..'." ',.''-,''.'" -''''..'.,''' " ' .'"'"'1 i.--;'-i-'r!' .. ''.;
;, Agents .for v such - welf-kncrwn
rrri: '' cars aS-Z-J';-: :-;
:U Packard i " Pope-Hartford
. ; fStevens-Duryea' v Cadillac
. - Thomas . Flyer Buick
Overland Baker Electric
'rXX and rbthers'f'r
-, . . 1 - - -1 strt V' '
SOPPLIES XNOf REPAIRING
. j , e si'.-1, "'-.V; i ;
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD
StUMANf CARRIAGE CO.
I" : Merchant Street . .
Uo a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and tvo
Generator Troubles.' .
Acetylene Light and
: Agency Co Ltd.
VULOAWIZI K G
) 'ALL WE ASK IS A-TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING '
Phone 1823 Kaplolani Bldg
; - JXnD REAL ESTATE
OLIVER G. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
has,v the best ' Home-made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and ring
1129 FORT STREET. -.
1 ) 1
. xm SmOkoA-tiiat tan Aettuna.
ad wDt yo K rjr U at cur ciprn. o
whether yot eiie of looc-standlnc or
mmM i Jwior3u HttMY It J present as
oreMioMl orelmmie Atti,Gr soeUiod Je
SSotuSeuri. No matter to mbU ettaate jou
it" iva MRtr at jrooe a ar eecvpalioo. our
IrartboS wWeeruW cure youttajourown
eeanyVacito8en4 to those appar-
Ileti es7 here alWonw erf In bafrrs.
evervoM- at m own epts that inu new
. SaTu4 all tbose terrible paroxysm at ooce ano.
'TbStf?Sr offer 1. too rtt toWect a
Inrle eay. Write now ani begin the we at
oooe. 8en4 o ittoaejr.
low. De It Today.
giro ply mail coupon be-
FREE ASTHMA COUPON
FRONTIER ASTHMA CO-. Room Jit
hUgaraao gedaoo Sta, Buffalo, W. V.
Send free trial of jour metbod to: J&f
One Hundred and
Benjamin Franklin - began to
save his pennies. Tbe business
he started on those pennies is
still flourishing today.
You can earn .dollars where Ben
earned pennies. t
You can save safely where
Franklin had to take a chance
with a worn-out purse.
You can earn interest with us
where Franklin earned none.
And yet you say that you have
no chance. See us about it.
' Capital Surplus, $100,000
The "Torfc" lens Is ground with a
deep, -Inner curve, which permits ' of
the lens being placed much closer to
the eye, allowing" a' wider range of
vision . with; no" perceptible edges or
annoying reflections. The Toric"
; lens Is.for particular "people who want
the best and are satisfied with noth
ing less. It costs a little more; but
It;t is worth it We fit the "Toric"
in eye-glass' or spectacle.
Factory on the premises.
i. N. Sanford,
Boston Building - -H Fort. Street
' - Over. May & Co.
Roll Top' OesRs
Young Bailding -.. '
S 850 2-bedrobm house and lot 45x55
on Kuakini St Extension, near
S &aA-Lot 55x52.5 off Beretania St, nr.
$1000 Lot on Puunui Ave., adjoining
. . Oahu a Club. 10,000 sq. ft
$1500 10-acre farm, Kalihi, 1 miles
from King St.
$2250 Lot 177x67, with house, on Ll-
hollho St., near Makikl Fire
Lots on Fort St at 18c per sq. ft
P. E. R. STRAUCH,
Waity Building 74 8. King 8troet
MILK and CREAM
Kaimuki Dairy - F. H. Kilby, Prop,
We deliver fresh Milk and Cream
twice dafiy to all parts of the city.
Phone S73S P. O. Box 220
IF YOU WISn io ADVERTISE irf
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or
E. C DRAKE'S ADVERTISING
124 Sansome Street an Francisco
"This beach looks rather danger
ous' remarked the timid bather.
'TA' t1 trat r T-mv n hrp VP TV
..v ronlioH thlifp
KJl Ltrll . j, uiauauii . . ..w - - -
guard. "No one ever gets drowned
here more than once."
. I OCP
f Aowciated Press Cable
WASHINGTON. August 2S. Presi
dent Taft jtoday wired to the war de
Dartment rescinding his order for the
departure of the Tenth Infantry to
Nicaragua. said that he Delieves
that there is a sufficiant force of ma
rines there now to prevent any fur
ther injury to American property and
To the Advertiser
Mrs. Elizabeth Faunthorte, widow
of a Titanic victim and herself a sur
vivor, has sued "the White Star Com
pany for $10,000 in the Federal courts
for the loss of her husband. Mr.
Faunthorte's body was recovered at
Scarcity of officers in the marine
corps has led the navy department to
amjolnt a special board of examiners,
to investigate the applications for sec-
Gen, Homer Lea, author and for
mer, military adviser of the Chinese
revolutionary forces, has issued a
statement in which .he asserts that
his health has been restored and that
he is gotile back o China to resume,
his militirT duties there.
An unusual instance involving the
transfer, of a stowaway at sea was
witnessed by the Nile passengers be
tween Honolulu and ; San Francisco.
H arold Yates, a - former bellboy in
San Francisco, had stowed away on
t ho outgoing liner. Manchuria. His
presence was discovered about the
time the Nile hove in sight and he
was sent aboard the San Francisco
bound craft in a lifeboat, 5 v 1
Robert L. Borden, premier of the
Dominion of Canada, when he faced
the suffragettes for the first time to
day told them flatly that "he had no
power ftolt introduce general: wo
man's suffrage bill into the Dominion
and that he would not attempt, it: He
added significantly that no threats of
militant injethods such as have been
used in JLpndon, would move him from
The State, department is preparing
to make representations to tne aiex
Iran eovernment to bring about a new
trial for W. C. Nichols, an American
convicted of murder at Tampico., .
ThA Chinese government will send
an ultimatum to, the Kutuk .Khan, of
Tlrra: the corresDondent at Peking oi
th iuidnn Dailv Mail has been5 given
to ; understand, calling upon mm; to
withdraw his declaration oi inaepena
ence of Mongolia, or take the' conse
Public ' anxiety was intensified to
day over the fate of the French offt
cers : nowi held as hostages by the
Moors under El Hiba. at Marakesh,
Morocco. - Envoys , have been sent out
to Marakesh by the French command
er, but have been able to obtain no
information regarding the fate 'of the
A telcnlione message from Norwich
to London late last night said that it
is estimated that seven thousand peo
ple have been driven from v their
homes by the floods. The water, the
message continued, has risen In some
parts of the city, notably In the flats
below the cathedral, to more Jthan
thirteen feet in the streets.
Col. Sam Parker of Honolulu left by
the S. S. Wilhelmlna today instead of
waiting for the Chlyo Maru on which
Secretary of the Interior Fisher will
go to Honolulu. Parker went East
as far as Cheyenne, where he met
Senator Clark and sent a telegram to
Taft. Taft replied that risnerwas
surely sailing August 31, and antici
pations are that Governor Frear may
be reappointed. r
Dowager Queen Alexaidraand Prin
cess Victoria, on board the royal
yacht, are storm-bound in Southwold
hav on the Suffolk coast 'The yacht
whioh has been attended by the
cruiser Liverpool does not dare ven
ture across the North bea.
Emperor Wilhelm arose early this
morning feeling mucn improvea. ne
tnnir a lone walk before breakfast.
and enjoyed every step, he said.
The Pope is about to appoint a new
Amprirnn rardinal. who is. to reside
at Rome, according to a special dis
rjatch received hefe last night from
the Holy City. The American car
dinal will occupy a position similar to
that held by the prelate representin
Spain and France in Rome.
THIS MEANS YOU.
There is one medicine that every
family should be provided with and
especially during the summer months;
iz. Chamberlains Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cer
tain to be needed. It costs but a
qrter. Can you afford to be without
it? For sale by all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
Tronthlllff In the TirlntlnS linO HI
a. f i . j c
Btar-Bnllettn, Alalea street; Drancn,
to e . i
fnorearr,2 fcUfc lttms. 2)' aia
Pcnhurst meets ii front
and stays that way. ' It is :
non- shrinkable 9 has the
and ample tie space.
ISc 1 1 ZSc Cluett. Tnboir St Ce MOert
J Geary StreeCabove Union Squire
European Plan $1.50 a day up v
. American Plan $3.00 a day up
; ffew steel and brick strncrar.!
Every comfort : and : convenience.
1 1 A high class hotel at very moderate
" rates. In the center of theatre and t
retail district, v On car liojes trans- f
4 f erring to all parls of city. Electric ;
omnibus meets all trains ? and ;
v steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized j
as Hawaiian Isknd Headouarters: !
Cable Address TrawetCABC code.:
i .-, ; v . ---- -
Sant'a. Barbara ! .
Reinforced Concrete BuMng. 225 Rooms. .21 tni
class aiUaa houses kdthia t block. Rates Si. H.S9
ta 4 .COper (Jay. F.L4A.W.Turcln.Procs.AL'
in": WA1MEA,;- KAtJAI , .
NawTy ; Renovated 7- Best ; HotoL
. - on t Kauai .-
;! Touriit Trade SoHcitod"
' 'ROOD MEALS V ; ;
Rates RMtonablo : . f
C.y W.. SPITZ
Has prepared for. tho tour- ;
1st business by the addition t.;
of two " more bungalows ; ,
beautifully furnished. They :
are how ready ; forj 'occu-:- -pahcy.
r . . , , . .
MIW JOHriSON, .
"GET TING - TOWARD- "THE-;
TIME . WHEN YOU ARE;
TO VISIT . r
THERE IS -ENJOYMENT
The Crater Hotel,
Special Terms for Summer
T. A. SIMPSON, Manager
Qqiet and Refined i
Large, Cool Outside Rooms;
Private Sleeping Verandas;
Phones in all rooms; Artesian
Plunge; , NJght and Day Ten
nis. FREE Garage.
Four Acres Beautiful
' Tropical Gardens'
Special Rates by the Month
Waikiki Beach Resort
Furnished Cottages. . .1.50 day
Furnished Rooms. 75c,. $12 mo.
PETER GIBBS, Proprietor
Now Open : : : Phone 2S36
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
MEAT, MARKET AND
Yee Chan "fi Co.f
BETHEL AND KING" ST8.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS fromx
King SW 3 Doors from Bethel
Fine Line of Dry .Goods -
Wah Yinri Chon Co.
.King StV.U Ewa FUhmarket
Importers- of Oriental Goods
ling- Up Toi & Co.,
f941 Nuuanu, - near Kina , Street
; - Phono 1C23
in HandcomD Grey3
62 SOUTH KING STREET
The-Von Uon Co.,
Builders and: Contractors -:
V OfSce: H: Maunakea St.'
L Ciioiig c Co.,
-,;:7rV' 'r.i. FURNITURE ; . ; -.
Mattress Upholstering and Fur
1 22 BERETANIA, nr. NUUANU
; You'll Arid what you want at the
City l!:rwv;:rc Co.,;
s Nuuanu and; King Streets f
KING ST NEAR C-THZL "
Dealers In: Furniture, Mittr::
:es, etc etc All kind cf KOA
and -MISSION FURNlTUnZ
made to order. - ' -: " "
NEW DRUG STOPwE
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN .
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel St, at end f .Et5l
Well stocked with New Drugs
and .Novelties. ' 1
THE ; BICYCLE D SALR and
- REPAI RERf has moVed to ' .
180 KING ST R E ET.
New - location Red front hear
Young Bldg. Telephone 2513
Telephone 3197 ; P. O. Bpx;70S -,
S. HOIZSITAi. i.
. Vulcanizing Works; -y ' r
182 Merchant St; near Alaiea -HONOLULU,
T. H. . - .
Y. TAKAKUVA, - .
COMMISSION MERCHANT -
Japanese ; Provisions and
; General Merchandise
Nuuanu SU Near King St
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed
S. HARODA :v
Fort & Pauahl Stsw Phone 3029
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
tuf RFST. MILK "
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
" c. m. duncan v - ,;;-v ?
258 Berciania St, opp. Royal
Hawaiian Hotel - v Phone 3524
WIRELESS RATES ' -
Island M essages, per word . . 15c
Ship's . Messages, per word. ,10c.
(Plus r ship charges) ' f . -The
milnmnm charge! Is for
10 words, with the address and 14
signature counted." . v ? ' ;
C 11. '.BELLINA leave 1
Lurline, " September 3. C :
for1 stock of any kind t -TeL
1109 or call at
REPAI R1NQ OF
; AutornoL.. j
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. PAI NTI NG' A Cr 2 Z LTV
w . KING AND
; gags & k::c:;
- MILTCN c ?,v
Tilsphono ZZZZ 1T
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;vtf LOAN 3 NZC0TIA7
; WHEN YOU WANT FZi
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