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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIX, THURSDAY, SEPT. '19,. 1912.
I,-uhi Cha;(T No. , lingular.
Honolulu Lodge, Third Dei;.
, HuwalLiu Lodire, Third Ileg.
Organic Linlire, Second Ii.
All visiting member of the
ordt-r are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
JI(OLULU LODGE, CIS, B. P. 0. .
.'f-M. eir? n I o r'll.-o
meets In their ball, on
King St. near Fort
every Friday evening
Visiting Brothers are
cordially invited to at
tend. ; -
A. El MURPHY, E. R.
H. DUNSHEE, Sec
Meet on the : 2nd
and 4th Mon
: day : of . .each
' month at K. P.
Hall, '7:30; p. in.
Members of oth-
Marine Engineers er Associations
i oencTiciai v une curumuj in-
Association - 1 vited.tO attend. -
If M. MfKIHtEY LODGE, JfO. 8,
. K. of P. '
r fry day evening at 7:20 o'clock ir
t v 7 K. of P. Hall, cor Fort and
Beretanla, " Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend v1
:. t Jl F. GERTZ;CLCL v v-v
' : If. F. felLBEY, K. It a.
) : nOXOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E. ;
"" Meets on second and fourti
; t- Wednesday e veninu ot eacl
tcontn at-7:S0 o'clock, ti
1 r K. of P. Hall, corner Fori
aud Beretanla, Visiting- brothers art
iuTlted to attend. je - r
' - : WM. JONES, W.' P.
I K-MvM J. W. ASCII,! Secy. ; r
HAWAIIAN TRIBE 0. 1, L 0. It B.
- i ', "i Meets every first- and third
1 Tuesday of -each month . ur
---.Fraternity? Hall h O. O. F
v building. VWtlng, brother
X (' w cordially Invited to attend
( j fA' Jl 1 SOUSA. Sacheni - r
V W rofTIS .A. PERRT. C 'of R.
virOXOLULU LODGE JfO. 80,
L. 0. 0.- M. : - -
will, meet 'In Odd Fellows building,
Fort street near ;Kfng. every Friday
'. evening at 7 J SO o'clock. : v -;.
VislUng brothers cordially Intlted
to attend. -
AMBROSE J.' WIRTZ. Dictator. :
;: JAMES W. LLOTD, Secretary.
I , MEETING NOTICE..:
" . Oahu Lodge,-1. O. G.- T, will meet
In ' the roof garden, ; Odd Fellows'
: building, first and third Tuesday at
'liairpast seven p. m. ; ' - - ' '' A
GEO W. PAT Y, Chief Templar.
If llonolnln were again swept
by a conflagration, could jon
collect jonr Insurance!
C; Bfewer & Co., Ltd.
; (ESTABLISHED J826)
rfprrsrnt "the the largest and
strongest fire Insurance compa
nles In the world. 4
$1000 lxt on Puunui Ave., adjoining
Oahu C. Club. 10.000 sq. ft
$1200 tot 40x72 at corner of Nuuanu
and Judd Sts. Splendid place
for doctor's office or store.
$10,000 7 y acres at Puunui, adjoin
ing Country Club. As a whole
or in part
Waity Building 74 a King Street
, SECOND YAR
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
96 King Street Cor.. Fort Street
Will lift water 25 feet, irrigat
ing: 10 Acres of land
1 Dollar for fuel
1 Inert deep water
1 Acre land
1 Inch deep water
I Hour pumping
10 Cents for fuel
1 Acre of land
10 Inch body of water
1 Dollar for fuel ,
40 Hour day pumping
-ON . EXHIBITION .:
Geo. C. BccRIey,
Phdne 3009 v Sole Distributor
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO LTD.
Importers, Machinery and - .;
Com mlssloir 'Merchants" ;
Dealers . In y f ; U ;
Automobiles and Automobile
JOrJ-- Supplies ..-j-.-s'V:,
x AtEXANDER x.YOUNG BtDG.
' , Cor; Kirrg and Bishop Sts..
' ; ' TELEPHONEa : ' . J ; ? -Office
.. .,.r;V;...;:.:. 2137
Auto Supply Dept 3817
Auto Salesroom . .'. .... .'. 3258
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417
Garage . . ;-.V. , . . 2201
supplies and Repairing
associated garage, ltd.1
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
' Merchant Stre'et T
Use a PREST-O-tlTE TANK
on your Automobile and tve
Generator Troubles, v V '
v Acetylene Light and
' Agency Co., Ltd
1 ALL JVE ASK IS A-TRLiL,
Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Bldg
Service Is Always Good at the
ion Barber Shop,
Cnnha's Alley, Next Union
.Grill, on-Krnjf Street ' '
Night and Day Phone: 1325
THE HARRISON MUTUAt
From 1 to 10 years old... $2.50
From 10 to 30 years old . . . 3.50
From SO to 40 years old... 4.50
From 40 to 50 5'ears old... 5.50
From 50 to CO years old... 6.$0
J. D. Marques, Pres.
J. H. Townsend, Secy.
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At- the recent California State
Fair held at Sacramentoi
A GOLD AWARD " V -
- - . "" i. H0T1.T
It has aproven reputa
tion in cases of Poor Ap
petite, Belching, Heart-1
burn, F!atu!encyr Indh
Malaria, Fever and Ague,
Don't experiment insist
It tones and invigorates
'For-sale b Beuson.' Smith1 & Co.,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Hilo
Drug Co. and at ail whofe'sale liquor
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
JOAO BORGES. Plaintiffs vs. JACIN-
THA DB JESUS BORGES, JACIN
THA BOTEILHO BORGES, MARIA
AMARAL; JOSE BORGES, LUZIA
BORGES, MANOEL BORGES. MA
NOEL AMARAL, and JOHN AMA
RAL by F. SCHNACK their guard
ian fcd litem. MARIA MEDEIROS;
MARIE REIS. FRED REIS, JOHN
REIS, LOUIZ REIS, GEORGE REIS,
AND ADELINE REIS, by MARIE
REIS, their -guardian ad litem, De
The Territory of Hawaii:
To the High Sheriff ot the Territory
of Hawaii, or his Deputy; the Sheriff
of the City and Coqnty of 'Honolulu,
or his Deputy:
. You are. commanded to summon Ja
cintha de Jesu Borges, Jacintha Bo
theilho Borges, Marie Amaral, Jose
Borges, Luzia Borges, Manoel Borges,
Manoel Amaral and John Amaral by
F. Schnack, their guardian ad litem,
Maria Medelros; Marie Reis; Fred
Rels, - John litis, Louiz Reis,; George
Reis and Adeline Reis by Marie Reis,
their guardian ad. litem, to appear ten
days after i service hereof, if. they ' re
side fin the City and County of Hone
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 8a id Judge, in the Judiciary Build
ing, In- Honolulu.' to answer the annex
ed Complaint Of Joao Borges. , :
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
thereon.'- - y' . .': -
Witness the Honorable W. J. ROB
INSON, Third Judge of the Circui
Court f "the -First Circuit at HonOlulii
aforesaid, this 4th day of April, 1911.
(Seal) HENRY SMITH,
, y . . :v- r ) v. clerk. ;
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons - which - is now on
file in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Circuit it the Territory of Hawaii in
a cause entitled Joao Borges vs. Jacin
tha de Jesus Borges et at.' "
Dated, Honolulu, July 18, 1912. ;
' ' N J. A. DOMINIS,
Clerk, Circuit Court, First Circuit
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit- Territory of Ha
waii.- At Chambers. In Probate. In
the . Matter of the Estate of John J.
Sullivan, Deceased. On : reading and
filing the petition of Henrietta Sulli
van of the City and County of Hono
lulu," Territory of Hawaii, Executrix of
the Will of John J. Sullivan, deceased,
wherein she asks to be allowed the
sum of $2824.45 and . charges herself
with the sum of $277.50 and asks that
the same may be examined and ap
proved, and that a final order may be
made of distribution of the "property
remaining in her hands to the persons
entitled thereto and discharging her
from all further and future responsi
bility and liability as such Executrix;
It is Ordered that Monday, the 14th
day of October, 1912, at ten o'clock a.
m before the Judge of said Court at
the courtroom of said Court at Ho
nolulu aforesaid, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time aftd
place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons interest
ed may then and there appear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are enti
tled to the said, property. Dated Sep
tember 4, 1912. By the Court: (Seal)
V. M. HARRISON, Clerk. ' Holmes,
Stanley & Olson, attorneys for peti
5333 Sept 5, 12, 19, 26.
Federal Telegraph Co.
(Poulsen Wireless System)
Qatck and Accurate
1055 Alakea Street - Phone 4085
Now handling messages, code and
otherwise, under same terms as cable
company, only that we are 10 cents
a word cheaper.
Office Cipen Week days: 8 a. m. to
11 p. mi. Sundajs: 8 p. m. to 11 p. m.
TEtEGRAMS GO AT NIGHT
DELIVERED EXT MORNING
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Soon Working Day
SAN FRANCISCO, September IS.
Arthur Hall of this city today murder
d his brother James and the wife of
the latter. Following the double mur
Ider he committed suicide. The trag
edy was . the result of a family quar
To the Advertiser
The double funeral of General
Count Maruseki Nogi and his wife, the
Countess Nogi, was held today with
impressive ceremony at the Oyama
cemetery, in the presence of an enorm
The pall-bearers were chosen from
the highest ranks of the Japanese
army and navy. One regiment of in
fantry acted as guard of honor.
Mr. Knox was represented by Briga
dier-General John-J. Pershing, of the
Bbecial amtassv staff. Mr. Knox sent
a magnificent wreath.
New York and Massachusetts poll-
tics today occupied much of President
Taft'& attention. The President had
iinited as luncheon guests Fred Greig
er, postmaster, in Buffalo, New York,
and one of the New York up-state Re
public! 'leaders; Samuel J. Elder, an
attorney 6t Boston, prominent in R'&-
publican councils, and Representative
Robert O. Harris ef Massachusetts.
The Republican National commiflse
today accepted the; resignation Of. its
members from Minnesota, Oklahoma
and Ohio, , and declared vacant the
seats held b" members from New Jer
sey. West Virginia and North Caro
lina, who . are Roosevelt supporters.
Successors were named to- retiring
members from Oklahoma, Ohio, New
Jersey and- North Carolina.
Harry Hbrowitz alias "Gyp, the
Blood," and,-. Louis Rosenweig, .alias
Lefty Lou W who are charged with
being two of the four men who fired
thf shots " that killed Herman Rosen
thal, the gambler, on July 16, in front
of the Hdtel' Metropole, entered Bleas
of not guilty , to Indictments charging
tfcem with murder.-
The site pf Japan's exhibit in the
Panama-Pacific International ExposP
tion in San Francisco was this after
noon .dedicated with elaborate cere
monies In the presence of his Imperial
Japanese Majesty's commission, the
directors of the Panama-Pacific Expo
sition, the foreign consuls and several
' If was learned today that in the re
cent visit of Curtis Guild United
States - Ambassador to Russia, to ,the
"Summer White House," he discussed
with President Taft the steps taken by
the St Petersburg government to pro
mulgate a treaty to take the place of
the one recently abrogated by the
United States. .
4 Rear Admiral William II.- Soufher
land, commanding the United States
force! in Nicaragua, left Corinto Tues
day Jor the Capital, according to ad
vices at San Juan Del Sur, today, to
confer with the United States Minister
in Managua, George T. Weitzel, re
garding the revolutionary situation.
The whole of the Mongolian frontier
from Kalgan to the Sungari and Nonni
rivers is in a state of open war. The
Chinese authorities have concentrated
ten thousand troops in the threatened
area, but have ordered them Jo main
tain a defensive attitude pending the
formulation of a general plan.
The most sanguinary engagement f
the war in Tripoli was fought Tuesday
near Derne, a town on the Mediterran
ean coast, 140 miles north of Ben
gazL , The Italians lost sixty-one. men
kille.d and . 113 men wounded. The
Turks and Arabs left more than eight
hundred dead on the field.
, A day in the new Stat of New Mex
ict was the program of Colonel Roose
velt's Western tour today. The Roose
velt party entered the State from
Arizona early this morning, the first
tstop being scheduled in Albuquerque.
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt will
reach Washington Tuesday afternodv,
October 1, according to a telegram re
ceived from the Colonel's train today
ty Frank J. Hogan. Progressive lead
er in the District of Columbia.
The riotous scenes that occurred in
the opening of the Hungarian parlia
ment were reenacted today, when the J
sitting of the chamber of deputies x
w' - m
EPIDEMIC IN BUFFAtO.
BITFALO. X. Y., August 21. The
health department today reported a
total of 160 cases of infantile paralysis
in the ity. Nine deaths have occurred
since the disease reached a mild epi
demic stage last month. Between
forty and fifty of the victims of the
disease will be partially paralyzed or
crippled for life, according to Dr.
Fronczac, the health commissioner.
Ninety per cent of the cates are
among the foreign population on the
East Side and in no instance has more
A NnrHoai Cars ThtA AayM Cm UWuV
t Dmc Jart mr t I Th .
We bar Nw MUw4 taat cure Atams.
and ve rut you to try It ftt wr npM. No
Biattrr vbK&er jrsur u i at KaK-sUn4UijK or
recent dre!ofionl, btbr It U preut u
ocMoul or chroote Atthot. our mrtho4 ) n
absolute curr. K macwr tn unit ettaiata you
1It. do mauar vhat our ae or occupation. mr
net bod wu eertabU euro jrou rlitht lo jour 00
We ecperUUy vaol to se&4 U to tbos apnar t
otljr hopeless nws, liere all forms of Utbalrrs,
douches, opium preparations, fun, "patent
smoKM," etc.. have faUrd. We want to snow
everyoee at our own eipase that this new
method will eod SH difficult breathlOK. all wheel,
tor, sod all those (erriblo parotrnos at ooce and
for ail time.
This free offer It toe hnsortaat to Deflect a
Inrte day. Write now and bejriB the cure at
ooce. Send ho money. Simply mall eoupoo b
low. Do It Today.
FREE ASTHMA COUPON.
4 FRONTIER ASTHMA CO.. Room JIT
MaxaraMd Hudson Sts., Buflalo, V.
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Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $L50 a day up
' American lan $3.00 a day up :
TTew steel and1 brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience. -A
high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district On car lines trans
ferrins to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steames. Hotel Stewart recognized t
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J JL Love. Honolulu representative.
BeJnforced Concrete BulItfJnfl. 228 Rooms. 21 Ird
cUti extino houses within t block. Rata ft; StSt
la I4.C0 perb 1 F. LAAW.Turoin. Pioas. t!ar
October ttie First
RATES : American plan, for ' two,
1120 to $180 per month.
TRANSIENT RATES: S3 to J5 per
A choice of rooms for permanent
guests now open for inspection and
HENRI JUtES PINCHON s
Phone 3427 v Manager
HOTEL " VAIMEA
Newly Renovated B?st Hotel
on Kauai ,
Tourist Trade SolieiUd
C. W. .SPITZ
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the additioi
of two more bungalow
are now ready for
i . -
Emma, Above Vineyard
AFTe REGATTA DAY OR
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
1:11 Ihr. 119
mm0 aAteWS 'mmm mmmWl
Largest Pacific Souveni
Store in the World
HAWAII & SOUTH
. : 5; Young Building
C. Q. Yee Hop
MEAT MARKET AND
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co..
BETHEL -AND - KING STS.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS from
King St, 3 Doors from Bethel
Fine Line of Dry Goods
VahYing Chong Co.
King St. Ewa Fishmarket'
Importers of Oriental Goods
Ving Vo Tai fi Co.,
941 Nuuanu, near King Street
in Handsome Greys
62 SOUTH KING 8TREET
The 'ong Vong Co.,
v Builders and Contractors'' 5
OSce: Maunakea St ;-
Cjiong & Co.,
FURNITURE ; v
: . Mattress Upholstering and Fur:
niture ' Repairing c: '
.. .22 BERETANIA, nr. NUUANU
,v You'll find what you want at the 1
City Hardware Co.,
7 Nuuanu and King ' Streets' : ;
T7ing Clionfj Go
KING 8TW NEAR. BETHEL
, Dealers : Tn Furniture, Mattress-,
.es, etc etc All kinds of KO
and MISSION FURNITUJ
made to order. '
NEW DRUG ST
SODA WATER FOU
42 Hotel St, at
Well stocked with
v and Novi
has foved to
G Or n CC I ;
on Redfront near -
phone 25 Iff .
Vujcanizii Works - - r
L82 Merchant . near Alakea
HONOLUU. T. H. . .
Japanese pIons and .
Nuuanu St Near King St
-Alio . ;
Clotheseaned and Pressed
Fort duan' rnone 3UZ3
I rOR ALL. PURPOSES
kour Grocer Sells It
Beretania St, opp. Royal
- S ft A . mm... .1..
nan noiei Pnone 35Z4
Office in the Mutual TeleDhone
fn'o hniUI. IIP
in. 10 o:ou p. m. on weeattaysi
auu irora 9 to ju on Sunday I
morning. Messaees for hn
.1 r n A .
at sea received up to 11 every
w - - r"
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FOR SALE OR HIRE
Telephone 1109 . '
52 KUKUI STREET-"""
PAINTING A SPECIALTY
KING AND SOUTH
GAGE A KNOX
a x i t
v; MILTON 6 PARSONS
Telephone 3C23 1112 Fort Ct
hara beautiful line of C0WN3
Jutt cbUIned In 'New York,
wflich can be seen at, her par
lors In the Young Hoist S . "
Exclusive r,lillir.:ry '
Boston Clock : tusni F!:sr
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m 1 y m
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HIGH CLA f.:iLti.....Y
Club Ctiiler EI:;:
MRS E. E. DAV13, Pr;TLtr
Import'rs -cf , L-:?, Zur;;.i.i .
. ,'ani. Fancy Cc:j
' 'HOTEL, f.'ZAn FC1T
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CIGA.1 iiOV 5a -, ;
5 OAHU FURNPTUnC CO.
King Street Voppotits Ycuni
Hotel : ; : p.o. Ecz fj
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REAL ESTATE , 4
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"LOAN 3 NEGOTIATED
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SUngenwald Dulldlna v
when ryou wXnt FENCE
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WILL DO IT
AND REAL ESTATE
0L,V.FR c- LANSING
au Merchant Street VfV
FALL MILLINERY '
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Exclusive Yet Inexpensive Headgear'.
Harrison BIJc, Fort St, nr. BereUnla
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