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HONOLULU : STAR-BULLETIN; THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1912.
CO kPORAflO N NOTICES.
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House on Green St.,
7 Two Bedrooms,
.: . $45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
' Three Bedrooms
- $75 per month.
824 BETHEL' STREET
W. C. ACHI,
, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiolanl BuUdlhtf Honolulu, f. H
P. O. Box CSS
E. G. Dmsenberg
REAL iESTATE .
76 tiered St. ; 18 3013
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ORANGE BLOSSOM CA:.;
The Most Popular Candles. Made
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HONOLULU DRUG COw LTD.
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B. P, Dillingham Co.
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General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New, York Under
writers Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th Floors Stangenwaid Bfdg.
1000 FEET 94-INCH
;xtra Good Value 25 Ft $3.75
JAMES GUILD COMPANY
'ERYTHING In FURNITURE
ire Bed Co.,
ler Alakea and King sts.
Youkttention is called to the fact
that M nave jnst received, by last all the young birds were marked on
boat for the Coast, a large shipment the beak with a distinctive mark de
of the Wt PORTO RICO HATS. Reg- noting its owner.
ular prW $5;. reduced to J2.50. ! m
THE v IADINQ . HAT CLEANERS rhoto-Engrarlng of Mgliest grade
No. 2oretanta St. nr. Nuuanu Ave. can be serund from the Stir-jiulletlu
FllX TUllKO, specoausi
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
toe office of the Maui Loan Fund
Commission, at Walluku. Maui. T. H.,
until Saturday, September 14, at 10
o'clock a. m.. for conitructlng, and
furnishing all labor, tools, equipment
and material, except pipe and fit
tings, neceesary to ronstruct, in ac
cordance with the plf.ns and specifica
tions, a reservoir at Keokea, Kula, Is
land, of Maul, T. of a capacity of
approximately 500,000 gallons.
Plans and specifications and other
Information may be had upon applica
tion to the Maul 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. POGDE,
Vice Chairman, Maul Loan Fund Com
mission. 63 12-4 w
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
the office of the. Maui Loan Fund Commission,-Walluku,
Maul. T. H.. until
10. o'clock a. ml,. Saturday, September
14. for constructing a One-Story Frame
Building to be used as a schoolhQuse
at.Hana, Maui. T. H., to be built for
tho Territory of Hawaii, according to
plana and specifications, and under the
supervision of the Maul Loan Fund
Plans, specifications and other in
formation 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,
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The Maui Loan Fund Commission
reserves the right to reject any and
aU bifls.; ... .
f 'Tenders must be made on forms fur
nished by the Maul Loan Fund Com
mission, and must be accompanied by
a certified check in amount equal to
6 of the tender.
W. F. POOUE,(
Vice Chairman, Maul Loan Fund Com-
i mission. 531Z-4W
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
Sealed ? fenders will be received! at
the office of the Maui Loan Fund
Commission, atWailuku Maul, T H.,
until Saturday, September 14, at 10
o'clock e for instructing a road,
laying macadamized, pavement, and
furnishing alV labor, toola and -material,
for ' constructing '.approximately
20,0d0 feet of rpadway fron Makapipl
Gulch to Walaluaiki, on the Maul Belt
Road System. : .
i Plan8 specifications, etc, and other
information may be had upon appuS
cation, to the Maui . Loan Fund,. Com
mission, cr at the office,of the Super
intendent of Public Works, at Honor
lulu, T.H. '
;The right is reserved to reject any.
aziuj&u. piub, i..-.,
.Tenders must be made on forms rar
nished .by, the Maui Loan ,Funa .Com
mission, and mus; be accompanied by
a certified check: amounting to riot
less than 5 of the amount of the
tender. .' ' '''' ' .
W. T. POGUE,
Vice Chairman, Maui Loan Fund Com
'mission. 6312-4 w
Sealed "fenders will be received by
the Superintendent pf Public Works up
until 12 noon ofThursday, September
12,, 1912,; for constructing Concrete
Building for the Honolulu Insane Asy
lum, Honolulu, T. H. .
Plans, specifications and blank
forms for proposal are on file in the
office of , the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building,
if he Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or, all
, A MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, August 20, 1912.
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Vr POLITICAL NOTICES.
REPUBLICANS OF. FIRST ; PRE
CINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT. ,
A new enrollment of the Republican
Club, First -Precinct, Fourth District,
is being-made. AH persons eligible as
voters are requests to enroll without
delay. .The jroll may be found at the
club headquarters in the Kaimuki Mer
cantile .Co.'8.. building, and will.be
Opened from 8 p. m., Friday, August
23,' 1912, and thereafter daily between
J the hours of 7:30 and 9 . p. m., until
I Friday, the 6th day of September, at
10 o'clock p. , m.
By order of Enrollment Committee.
. DANIEL LOGAN,
F. H. KILBEY,
' SCH66L SHOES
We are ready for your boy or
girl and will fit them with the
best wearing and most comfort
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
' - seaivh fOT more than six months af-
The annual .swan upping on the ! te'r the. filing of the libelant's libel;
Thames in England was held last jt js hereby Ordered, that notice be
week, says an exchange. Every year given to the libellee to appear before
a journey is made up the river and the Hon. Wm. L. Whitney. Second
the young swans marked. All the j judge, at his chambers in the court
swans on the Thames belong in about i room of this court in the old V. M.
equal proportions to the King and the r. a. Building in Honolulu on Satur
Vintners and the Dyers Companies.
The river and its backwaters and
tributaries were carefully searched
from Southwark Bridge to Henley and
rLlo - Lu?nnIug rianu
No. 232. TERRITORY OF HAWilL
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to H. C.
CARTER; MALI A KAHAKAUWI
LA GEORGE RODIEK; TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII, by Alexander
Lindsay, Jr., Attorney General,, and
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works; CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU, by Jo
seph J. Fern, Mayor and President
of the Board of Supervisors;
TRUSTEES OF THE ESTATE OF
B. P. BISHOP; WIFE OF W. I.
KAU WE; J. H. BARENABA; and
to ALL whom it may concern:
..KREAS, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by MARIE KA
IPO HUMPHREYS to register and
co&firm her title in the following-described
ri6"S f 115 ''J; h C AJrl'
Ap. 10, to A. Paki, and R. P. 4500, L.
C. A. 6233, Ap. 3, to Kahukaipo, and
being Lot 5 of the Nlolapa Lots, a sub-
uivioivu uivc uj we nuoicca ui lue procession will start at 8 p m
S8rmAKBAVFncn nmi wnvn Emperor Yoshihito will not join.'tM
NUUANU AVENUE LAIMI, HONO- processioDf but wU1 meet it on the
LULU, OAHU. Aoyama parade ground. The line of
Beginning at a galvanized Iron pipe ' march, which will be long, is to be
at the South corner of this Lot and interspersed with musicians, torch
on the Northwest side of Nuiianu bearers and officials carrying emt lems.
Avenue, the true azimuth and dis- Many priests also will participate,
tance being 63 00' 60.3 feet from a The coffin of the emperor is to be
street monument in the center of Nu- j drawn by a team of oxen,
uanu Avenue to said point of begin- To Use The Shinto Ritual,
ning, and the co-ordinates of .said Immediately after the arrival of the
street monument referred to Govern- procession at Aoyama the funeral
ment Survey Trig. Station "Rdse-1 service will begin and will Include the
bank" are 1346.8 feet North and 357.6 ' imposing Shinto ritual. After the
feet West, and running by true azi-' service the emperor will read a trl
muths: ; bute to the dead monarch and this will
1. 218 29' 170.0 feet along the North-' be followed by another read by the
west side of Nuuantt Avenue to ' empress dowager, who will be suc
a galvanized iron pipe; I ceeded by the ministers of state and
2. 128 29' 418.0 ffeet along, Lot 6 of others, the musicians meanwhile con-
the NiolOpa Lois to a galvan- tinuihg to play funeral airs.
Ized Iron pipe; - At the close. of this service the im-
3. 55 .10' 95.0 feet to a galvanized t periai train is to leave for Kjoto, but
iron pipe; Emperor Yoshihito and the empres:3
4. 318 32' 452.5 feet alons Lot 4 of dowager will not travel on it. The
the Niolopa Lots to the point
of . beginning.
Areaj 56,880 square feet
You are hereby cited to appear at
the. Court ,6t Land ReglstraUon, to be ace to the ' .Aoyama parade, grounds
held at the City and County of Ho- ( will beheld. Tributes to the emper
nolulu onihe 10th day of September, ' or's memory will be read beside the
A. D. 1912, at two o'clock in the after- tomb. Further services are to be heKI
noon, to show cause, if any you, have. Sept. 15 and. these will conclude the
why the braver of 4aid petiUon should
not be grahtld;' And unless-you i an-
pear at said Court at " the time and
place aforesaid xoetatilt will be ral are complete. The cbffln of the
recorded, ah thid peUUon will; emperor is to be removed tomorrow
be taken as confessed, and you will from the chamber in which it is to
be forever barred frtfai contesting aid that prepared for the finkl lying in
petition or any decree 'entered state.
thereon. ' J Throughout tonight the empress
Witness the Honorable W. L. I dowager and the court ladies and offl
WHITNEY, Judge of sajd Court, this cials will remain beside the coffin.
14th dkv of AucnistL In the vtear nine- From tomorrow until Sept. 12 the
teen hundred and twelve.
; Attest with Seal of said Cohrt:
(Seal) JOHN MARCALUNO,
' ' Registrar.
5315 Aug 15, 22, 29; Sept 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF - THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. -y .
JOAO-BORGES, Plaintiff,, vs. JACIN-
JOAO-BORGES, Plaintiff,. VS. JACIN- I n A ru!c4o Tkr. Ilo -J
-HADE JESUS BOROTSrJATtran,Zat,0.n EX,StS 1 UP"
THA BOTEILHO BORGES, MARIA
AM ARAL; JOSE BOROES, LUZIA
BORGES, MANOEL BORGES, MA
NOEL AM ARAL, and .JOHN AMA
RAL by F. SCHNACK their guard
ian ad litem; MARIA . MEDEIROS ;
MARIE REIS, FRED REIS. JOHN
REIS, LOyiZ REIS, GEORGE REIS,
AND ADELINE , REIS, by MARIE
REIS, their guardian ad litem. De-
'i the High Sheriff of the Territory
of Hawaii, or his Deputy; the Sheriff
of the City and County of Honolulu,
or his Deputy;
You are commanded to summon Ja
cintha de Jesus Borges, Jacintha Bo-
theilho Borges. Marie Amaral, Joseljj the grounds 0f failure to provide.
Borges, Luzia Borges, Manoel Borges,
Manoel Aryaral and John Amaral by;faiied to provide for you, although
r. acnnacK, ineir guaraian au mem,
Maria " Medeiros ; Marie Reis ; . Fred
Reis, . John Reis, Loulz Rels, George
Reis and Adeline Rels by Marie Reis,
their guardian ad litem, to appear ten
days after service hereof, if they re
side m the City and County of Hono
lulu, otherwise twenty days after ser
vice, before such Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall be
sitting at Chambers in the courtroom
of said Judge, in the Judiciary Build
ing, in Honolulu, to answer the annex
ed Complaint of Joao Bprges.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return f your proceedings
Witness the Honorable W. J. ROB
INSON. Third Judge of the Circui'
Court of the First Circuit, at Honolulu
aforesaid, this 4th dav of ADril. 1911
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a mil. true and correct copy ot tne
original Summons which is now on
hie in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii in
a cause entitled Joao Borges vs. Jacin
tha de Jesus Borges et al.
Dated, Honolulu. JuJy 18. 1912.
J. A. DOMINIS.
Clerk, Circuit Court, First Circuit
IN THE .CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST
Circuit, of the Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. Jennie Lopes vs. Al-
i exander Antone I.op?. Notice of Pen
! dency of Libel. Upon reading and fil
ing libelant's motion and affidavit
showing that the address or residence
of said libellee is not known and that
libellant Irfs been unable tcT ascertain
the samefafter reasonaMe inquiry or
day. October 5. 1912. at 9 o'clock a. m.
of said day, and show cause why the
prayer of libellant for a decree of di
vorce may not be granted. Honolulu.
T. H.. July 25. 1912. By the Court:
J. A. DOMINIS. Clerk.
5597 July 25; Aim 1. 8. 15. 22. 23
Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Business
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Funeral of Emperor of
TOKIO, Japan. Aug. 12 The official
program for the funeral of Emperor
, Muteuhito, who died July 30, was is
' sued today. The services are to be
gin at 6 a. m. Sept. 13, when Emperor
Yofchihito an- the empress dowager
will be present. At 7 o'clock in the
evening. of the same day the elder
cials and the foreign representative,,
among whom will be Philander C
Knox, American secretary of state, are
train is scheduled to arrive at the sta
tion, especially built at Momoyami, at
5.10 p. m. Sept. 14, and a procession
similar to that arranged from the pal
Woni en to Watch Beside Cbffiri
Prepar'atiohs in Tokio for the fune-
i highest officials and prominent person
ages will be , permlted to visit the
chamber. ' ;
THOU SHALT NOT .
SUPPORT A WIFE..
- Court Is Told
SAN FRANCISCO, August 12. The
latest thing In the form of cults to
come to the judicial notice of the Su
ulrior Court is a "philosophic" soci-
1 ety, tbe merfbers of which bellevo
that a husband should not be com
pelled to support his wife, but that
tfce better half should be obliged to
make her own living. That the cult
has a large membership in this case
was vouched for . when Attorney . R.
W. Glllogley appeared before Judge
E. P. MOgah this morning, represent
ing Farihie E. Bergman, who is su
ine JoseDh H. Bergman for divorce
"You say that your husband has
ou have been living In the same
house for years?" Judge Mogan asked
Mrs. Bergman while she was on the
witness stand this morning.
When Mrs. Bergman replied that
such was the case Attorney Gillogley
arose to explain .the anomalous Situa
tion by telling 0f the cult which be
lieves that husbands should not be
compelled to support their wives.
Mrs. Bergman and her attorney have
promised to prove the existence of
the organization, by documents when
the case again comes up for hearing.
Mrs. Bergman is asking for $50 a
WIND IS SHIPPED IN
BIG GLASS BOTTLES
Tanks Each Holding 5050 Gal
lons and Lined with
ROSEVILLE, Cal., August 14. The
Placer County Winery shipped wine
this week in. one of the most unique
cars ever built ' Two tanks, each
holding 5050 gallons of wine, were
mounted on tne car, witn room ior . i,er o tne hand cf assassins, was elec
tive attendant to work between. Thejtrocuted juiy gth after he had con
tanks were made of iron outside and j (essed in a letter to Governor Dix
lined with clear glass inside. In fact,
they were two great glass bottles,
protected by the iron cylinder on the
The tanks carried warning sins
not to strike with a hammer, not to
allow nozzles to strike the inside
i-nd xot to get inside the manhole at
the top with boots on. In fact rubber
shoes were carried on the car to ac
commodate any one who had to get
inside to clean the tanks. There are
only three or four of these cars
made, and they are to be given a
trial before they are put into gen
eral use for shipping liquids of this
class. The increased cost of cooper
age necessitates some substitute for
the old method of shipping wines.
During a Baptist revival at Fort
Worth, Tex.. C00.000 handshakes
were given when 4000 converts were
offered the ham! of Christian fellow
;hip by l.r.Oti church members lined
iu) to receive them. The receiving
line was three blocks long and music
was furnished during the ceremony,
which lasted an hour and a half.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Oahu Railway & Land Company.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Oahu Railway & Land
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 Thfc B. F.
Dillingham Co., Ltd., Stangenwaid .
buildiug, Honolulu, at 2 o'clock p. m. '
on that date.
The stock books of the company !
will be closed to transfers from Au
gust 24 to 30. both dates inclusive.
W. F. DILLINGHAM,
Acting Secretary, Oahu Railway &
5323 Aug 24, 26, 27, 28, 29. 30
SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE.
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.
v At said , meeting proposed amend
ments' to the By-Laws of the company
will be offered for consideration.
T. H. PETRIE,
Secretary, Kohala Sugar Company.
Honolulu. August 24, 1912.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of HawaiL
At Chambers. In Probate. In the mat
ter of the Estate of Louis M. Toussaint,
late of Vi8alia, Tulare County, State of
California; deceased. Order of Notice
of Hearing Petition for Administra
tion. On reading and . filing the. peti
tion of Gilbert J. Waller and Henry
Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd., of Hono
lulu, T. H., alleging that Louis M.
Toussaint of Visalia, Tulare COuity.
California, died testate at .Visalia
aforesaid on the 18th cay of June A.
D. 1912, leaving property within' the
jurisdiction of this Court necessary to
b administered tipcra. and .praying
that Letters of Administration issue
to Gilbert J,: Waller and .Henry Watef
house Trust Co., Ltd.; It Is Ordered,
that Monday, the 16th day or Septem
ber, A. D. 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m.t be
and hereby is appointed for hearing
; said petition inv' 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 .persons
concerned may appear and i show
cause, jf any, ttfey hay e, fwhy said peti
tion; should jaot be , granted, v' the
Court: JOHN M ARCALLINO. : Clerk,
First Circuit Court Dated Honolulu,
August 7. 1912., . ,
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BUSINESS notices: ' -
--Jadb Ordenstein will act for r me1
in all matters, with my full power of
(Signed) -M. E. SILVA.
Trespassers over the Keaau .lands
will be prosecuted to the full extent
of the law. .
LOT P. FERNANDEZ. '
Dated August 27, 1912.
- ARB ELECTROCUTED
OSSINING (N. Y.), August 12.
Seven murderers were electrocuted In
Sing Sing prison today. This is the
largest number to suffer the death
penalty by electricity on ,one day
Since ,tbo electric tchalr yfia adopted.
Six Italians , and one negro were put
to death quietly within an hour and
The condemned men were executed
in the following order: John W. Col
lins,. Lorenzo L! Call, Salvatore de
Marco, Felipe de Marco, Angelo Gius
tc, "Vincezo Cona and Joseph Ferrone.
Cona walked to the chair white
laced and trembling, and as he kissed
the ertfeifix wheri'the straps were be
ing placed 'aftout his body, he fell
over limply in a dead faint.
All the prisoners, with the excep
tion of Collins, walked into the death
chamber protesting theig innocence.
Collins came in smiling and seem
ingly happy, and did not deny hfe
guilt. He prayed on his knees at the
chair for a minute before he was exe
cuted. Giusto, Cona, Cali and the two De
Marcos were convicted of the murder
of Mrs. Mary Hall, wife of Henry
Hall, a superintendent of construc
tion on the Croton Aqueduct, in a
lonely farmhouse at Griffins corners,
in Westchester county, on November
i y. lll. Santa znaza, tne sixth mem-
that he had stabbed Mrs. Hall to
death. The others were convicted as
participants in the crime.
John W. Collins, a young Florida
1 egro, shot and killed Michael Lynch,
ii New York City policeman, on the
morning of July 1. 1911. Joseph Fer
rone killed his wife, Kate, in New
York City, October 24. 1911.
OH, THAT WATERMELON.
A solid train of 55 cars loaded with
watermelons left St. luis recently for
Northern markets. Each car contain
ed over lutfO melons. There were
over 58,000 on the train. No melon
weighed less than 'M pounds, and sev
eral weighed 60.
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PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or protruding Piles in 6 to
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BUT WE CAN SUPPLY YOUWITH SOME OF THE BEST
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ANY DAY. THE SHORTNESS IN SUPPLY OF KIDNEYS 13
DUE TO THE FACT THAT THERE ARE FEWER OF THEM
IN A CARCASE. LET US HAVE AN ORDER FOR CHOPS..
OR CUTLETS. I -i
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always giveyjhamberlain's Colic, Chol
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